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'1594 [Exhibita] coram Dre Duport, Procan:', 1586-95

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Reference Code: GBR/0265/UA/VCCt.III 4

Scope and Contents

Comprise:

1. Label;

2. Warrant, J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, to Benjamin Prime, to make proclamation for the creditors, etc., of Beatrice Harison, widow, deceased, 30 Mar. 1594;

3. Schedule of debts due from Beatrice Harison, deceased, to Robert Landisdall, MA, her proctor in a cause vs Thomas Curchye, Apr.-May 1590, exhibited 3 May 1594;

4. Charles Lucas, MA, of Clare Hall, and John Mathewe, furrier, bound in £12 to Stephen Perse, MD, for payment of a debt of £6, 20 Jan. 1592/3. Copy of 6, certified by John Smythe, notary public, exhibited 13 May 1594;

5. Charles and William Lucas, MAs of Clare Hall, bound in £12 to John Mathewe, furrier, to save him harmless from the above bond. Witnesses: Stephen Perse and Thomas Bradshawe, 20 Jan. 1592/3;

6. Copy of 4, signed Charles Lucas, John Mathewe and William Lucas and Thomas Bradshawe, witnesses, 20 Jan. 1592/3;

7. Copy of 5, certified by John Smythe, notary public, exhibited 13 May 1594;

8. Warrant, J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, to Benjamin Prime to make proclamation for the creditors, etc., of John Mathewe, deceased, 17 May 1594;

9a. Letter from William Ingram and John Cowell to John Smythe to cancel 9b, WI being satisfied; with note by JS that he cancelled the bond, 17 June 1594;

9b. Francis Maries of Woodhurst, Hunts., gent., John Brett of Woodhurst, clerk, and Nicholas Brette, brewer, bound in 100 marks to William Ingram for delivery of 80 quarters of barley, of £36, at the house of John Edmondes, alderman. Witnesses: John Edmondes, snr., Andrew Edmondes and James Watton, scribe, 24 June 1591, exhibited 31 May 1594;

10. Warrant, J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, to Thomas Smithe, Thomas Brooke and William Ingram, Esquire Bedells, to cite the Master and Fellows of Christ's College to answer charges of John Sherman, 26 June 1594;

11. Letters of attorney, John Shereman, MA, to William Warde, MD, to collect what due to Sherman by Christ's College. Witnesses: John Porter, Richard Ranewe and George Newman, 18 Jan. 1591/2, exhibited 18 May 1593;

12. Allegations of William Warde to this cause as Sherman's attorney, exhibited 13 July 1593;

13. Warrant, J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, to Thomas Brooke, William Ingram and Richard Riddinge to cite Master [Lancelot Andrewes] and Fellows of Pembroke Hall to answer charges brought by Jane, widow and administratrix of John Gouldesborough, alderman. Note on dorse 'executed per Brooke, wednesdaye inter horas 3 et 5 post meridie', 6 July 1594;

14. Allegations of Jane Gowlsborrowe against Pembroke Hall, exhibited 16 Oct. 1594;

15. Interrogatories of Jane Goulsborowe versus Pembroke Hall, exhibited 16 Oct. 1594;

16. George Newman appointed proctor for Goulsborowe, 1 Nov. 1594, exhibited 6 Dec. 1594 (v. also 39);

17. Warrant, J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, to Thomas Brooke, William Ingram and Richard Ridding to cite Master [Edmund Hounde, DD] and Fellows of Catharine Hall to answer charge of Jane Goulsborowe, 6 July 1594;

18. Allegations of Goulsborowe versus Catharine Hall, exhibited 17 Nov. 1594;

19. Interrogatories of William Foster, MA, syndic for Catharine Hall, against Goulsborowe's witnesses, exhibited 3 Dec. 1594;

20. Exceptions and allegations of Foster, exhibited 4 Dec. 1594;

21. Replications of Goulsborowe versus Catharine Hall, exhibited 27 Mar. 1595;

22. Schedule of expenses of Jane Goulsborowe versus Catharine Hall, Nov. 1594-July 1595. Taxed and exhibited, 24 July 1595;

23. Schedule of meat supplied to Catharine Hall: copy from three pages of a book exhibited by Goulsborowe, certified by John Smithe, 25 Nov. 1594;

24. John Hall, capper [cap maker], bound in 46s to Robert Oliver, yeoman, for payment of 23s 4d. Witnesses: Thomas Brooke and Thomas Amye, 26 Oct. 1589, exhibited 13 July 1593;

25. Thomas Pechey, MA, clerk, versus Master and Fellows of Pembroke Hall, for his share of the profits of the lease of Waresley [Hunts.] parsonage: allegations of Pechey, exhibited 12 July 1594;

26. Interrogatories of Pechey versus witnesses for Pembroke Hall, exhibited 20 Sept. 1594;

27. Pembroke College versus Pechey for debt: allegations of Lancelot Andrewes, Master of Pembroke Hall, exhibited 5 July 1594;

28. Schedule of Petchey's debts to the College, n.d.;

29. Additional declarations of Pembroke Hall versus Petchey, exhibited 26 July 1594;

30. J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, fixes date for Thomas Peachye, clerk, vicar of Waresley, Hunts., to appear sub poena from Chancery to answer Master and Fellows of Pembroke Hall, 15 May 1594, exhibited 21 June 1594;

31. Thomas Muriell and Richard Buckenham appointed syndics for Pembroke Hall, 11 July 1594, exhibited 12 July 1594;

32. Warrant, J. Duport to Thomas Brooke, William Ingram and Richard Ridinge, Esquire Bedells, to cite T. Pechey at Henry Flemson's house - the sign of The Ram in St Sepulchre's parish, 21 Sept. 1594, executed by RR, 23 Sept. 1594;

33. Warrant, same to same, to cite Lancelot Andrewes, 6 July 1594. Executed by Brooke, Wednesday between 3 and 5pm;

34. Warrant, same to same, to cite Lancelor Andrewes, 20 Sept. 1594. Executed by Ingram, 27 Sept. 1594;

35. George Newman appointed proctor for Pechey, 12 July 1594, exhibited 12 July 1594;

36. George Newman appointed proctor for Pechey, 10 July 1594, exhibited 12 July 1594;

37. Schedule of expenses of Pembroke Hall, in Pembroke Hall versus Pechey, 21 June-21 October 1594: £4 3s 6d; so taxed by Robert Some, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, [21 Oct. 1594];

38. Schedule of expenses of Pembroke Hall, in Pechey versus Pembroke Hall, ?10 July-21 Oct. 1594: 24s 10d; so taxed by Robert Some, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, [21 Oct. 1594];

39. Schedule of expenses of Pembroke Hall, in Jane Gouldesborough versus Pembroke Hall, 21 July-11 October 1594. No note of taxation, [?Oct. 1594];

40. Schedule of meals provided to Pembroke Hall [by John Gouldesborough], [exhibited 21 Oct. 1594] (v. also 13-16);

41. Corpus Christi College versus Thomas Hodiloe, brewer: allegations of Corpus Christi College, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

42. Robert Prance, MA, versus John Vepen respecting lease of 'Tassell's garden' in St Clement's parish, leased by John Freeman, MA (upkeep of fences, etc.): allegations of Prance, exhibited 31 Jan. 1593/4;

43. Allegations of John Vepen versus Prance's witnesses, exhibited 8 Mar. 1593/4;

44. Martin Berye, LLB, appointed proctor for John Vepen, 30 Jan. 1593/4, exhibited 31 Jan. 1593/4;

45. Robert Prance, MA, versus John Carowe of London, gent., for injury (in Thomas Sherde's shop and John Vepen's doorway in Bridge Street): allegations of Prance, exhibited 18 Jan. 1593/4;

46a. Interrogatories of Carowe versus Prance's witnesses, exhibited 11 Feb. 1593/4;

46b. List of Prance's witnesses, [Feb. 1593/4];

47a. Allegations of John Carowe, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

47b. Lease, Prance to Carowe, ?1 Nov. 1593, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

47c. Additional clauses agreed between Carowe and Prance, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

48. Additional declarations of Carowe, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

49. Allegations of Carowe, exhibited 8 Mar. 1593/4;

50. Carowe versus Prance for debt, injury and unjust detention of a dagger: allegations of Carowe, exhibited 22 Feb. 1593/4;

51. George Newman appointed proctor for Carowe, 6 June 1594;

52. Schedule of expenses of Carowe in his debt cause versus Prance, June 1594: 28s 4d, exhibited 28 June 1594;

53. Robert Some resigns arbitratorship between Prance and Carowe, 8 Apr. 1594, exhibited 19 Apr. 1594;

54. Award of John Duport as arbitrator. Witnesses: John and Thomas Smith, notaries public, 30 May 1594, with correction by John Duport dated 1 June 1594;

55. Robert Prance bound in £100 to John Carowe to stand to arbitration. Witnesses: John Smythe and Robert Simpson, notaries public, 25 Apr. 1594;

56. Carowe versus Prance: allegations of Carowe (that Prance failed to stand to arbitration), exhibited 14 June 1594;

57. Warrant, J. Duport to Thomas Smythe, Thomas Brooke and William Ingram to cite Robert Prance, 7 June 1594;

58. Richard Abbott, chandler, Henry Flemson, baker, and Lancelot Sewell, tailor, bound in £24 to George Emerie of London for payment of £12 by 1 May next in Ralph Dauson's room in Corpus Christi College. Witnesses: Ralph Dauson and Thomas Sherd, scribe, 13 Mar. 1592/3, exhibited 16 July 1593;

59. Ralph Dawson, Fellow of Corpus Christi College, appointed attorney for George Amerye, citizen and salter of London, to recover debt due by Abbott, Flemson and Sewell. Witnesses: Richard Hotchkis, apprentice, and David Lewis, scribe, 22 May 1593, exhibited 16 July 1593;

60. Thomas Greathead of Grantchester, husbandman, and George Roger of Grantchester, husbandman, bound in £20 to Peter Baron of London for delivery of 10lb of English saffron of £11 10s in the porch of St Edward's on 1 November next. Witnesses: John Joanes, Nicholas Cocke and Richard Robinson, 1 Nov. 1593, exhibited 2 Nov. 1594;

61. Thomas Greathead and Richard Awfield of Grantchester, husbandman, and William Mann of Grantchester, miller, bound in 20 marks to Peter Baron, MD, of London for delivery of 20 quarters of barley in St Edward's porch on 30 October 1594. Witnesses: John Joanes, Richard Robinson, Nicholas Cox and John Palmer, 30 Oct. 1593, exhibited 2 Nov. 1594;

62. Francis Clarke, brewer, and John Vepen, maltster, bound in £60 to William Ingram, gent., for delivery of 100 quarters of barley, or £30, by 30 August next. Witnesses: George Harlakenden and Anthony Harison, notary public, 10 May 1592, exhibited 15 Oct. 1594;

63. James Ansellme of Trumpington, gent., bound in £20 to Thomas Nashe, butler, for delivery of 24 quarters of barley. Witnesses: John Norkot, notary public, 27 Nov. 1593, exhibited 9 Nov. 1594;

64a. Godfrey Jackson, yeoman, appointed attorney to Christopher Fletcher of Harston, gent., to collect 51s 3d due from Christopher Moore of All Saints' parish, 6s 10d due from Richard Raye, chandler, and 27s 7d due from Wetherhead, cordwainer. Witnesses: Edward Aungier and Christopher Osgothorpe, 20 June 1593, exhibited 6 July 1593;

64b. Copy of the above, certified by John Smythe, Deputy Registrary, 6 July 1593;

65a. Schedule of 27 parcels of cloth valued at 51s 3d received by Christopher Moore, butler of St John's College, via his wife and maid, 14 May 1584-13 March 1584/5. Exhibited by Newman for Fletcher, 30 July 1593;

65b. Copy of the above certified by John Smythe, exhibited 23 Nov. 1593;

66. Christopher Osgothorpe appointed proctor for Fletcher (v. also 173), 3 Dec. 1593, exhibited 7 Dec. 1593;

67. John Hauxshawe, tailor, John Bradley, husbandman, and Thomas Jackson, tailor, bound in £40 to John Paske, snr, draper, for payment of £19 10s 2d in instalments. Witnesses: John Palmer, Richard Robinson and John Paske, jnr., 8 Feb. 1593/4, exhibited 11 Oct. 1594;

68. Lionel Duckett, MA, of Jesus College, Taxor, versus John Tompson for injury (in Mr Alcock's house in Petty Cury): allegations of Duckett, exhibited 31 Jan. 1593/4;

69. Viis et modis directed to Benjamin Prime for Thomas Crawfoot at the suit of Lionel Duckett, 8 Oct. 1594 (v. also 218);

70. Robert Turner and Martin Berye appointed proctors for Thomas Crowfoot and Marmaduke Towleson (v. also 265), 15 May 1595, exhibited 4 July 1595;

71a. Schedule of expenses of John Crofoote, MA, in debt cause brought against him by Michael Homes, 14 Mar. 1594/5-13 June 1595: 36s 6d. Taxed at 20s by J. Duport, 13 June 1595, exhibited 16 May 1595;

71b. Robert Turner appointed proctor for J. Crofoote, n.d., exhibited 16 May 1595;

72. Robert Turner appointed proctor for J. Crofoote, 20 Mar. 1594/5, exhibited 4 Apr. 1595;

73. Christopher Potto, draper, versus Robert Bowles for debt: allegations of Potto and schedule of goods supplied, exhibited 7 June 1594;

74. Robert Bowles, draper, versus Christopher Potto for debt: allegations of Bowles and schedule of good supplied, exhibited 7 June 1594;

75. George Newman appointed proctor for Potto, 6 June 1594, exhibited 7 June 1594;

76. George Newman appointed proctor for Potto, 6 June 1594, exhibited 7 June 1594;

77. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Bowles, 6 June 1594, exhibited 7 June 1594;

78. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Bowles, 6 June 1594, exhibited 7 June 1594;

79. Elizabeth Williamson versus John Houlden, shoemaker, for injury (alleging adultery): allegations of Williamson, exhibited 28 May 1593;

80. John Power versus Richard Filoe, draper, respecting goods of John Mosse, draper, distrained by Mayor and bailiffs (Thomas Gouldsburghe, John Jenkinson, William Andrewes and Thomas Emmans), sold to Power and seized by Filoe: allegations of Power, exhibited 26 Oct. 1593;

81. John Steven versus Ambrose Purkasse (bound with Nicholas Brett, brewer, for delivery of double beer or money due from Steven to Roger Vaughan): allegations of Steven, exhibited 15 July 1593;

82. Bond of Nicholas Brett and Ambrose Purkesse as above. Witnesses: R. Vaughan and Anthony Harison, notary public, 20 July 1593;

83. Francis Sawkeild, tapster, and Richard Fawsett of Wivelingham, yeoman, bound in £10 to John Holmes, innkeeper: that FS, as tapster to JH, will account for bread and beer. Witnesses: John Palmer, Richard Robinson and Anthony Harison, 7 May 1594. Copy certified by John Smythe, 5 Aug. 1595;

84. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to make proclamation for heirs, creditors etc. of Michael Brisley, Fellow of Trinity Hall, 29 Aug. 1595;

85. Inventory of goods distrained by Benjamin Prime from Thomas Hodeloe to the use of Margaret Hammond; appraised by John Hollowey and John Pratt, 11 June 1594, exhibited 14 June 1594;

86. Agnes, wife of Robert Harvie versus John Scorye, BA, of Queens' College, gent., for injury (alleging adultery): allegations of Agnes Harvie, exhibited 19 July 1594;

87. Robert Harvie, grocer, versus John Scorye: allegations of Scorye, exhibited 7 June 1594;

88. First interrogatories of R. Harvie: respecting supposed remission of injury and slander by Mr Washington of Queens' College, exhibited 12 July 1594;

89. Second interrogatories of R. Harvie: respecting supposed remission of injury, exhibited 22 July 1594;

90. Third interrogatories of R. Harvie: respecting procuring of delegates of appeal supposedly favourable to Scorye, exhibited 27 July 1594;

91. Robert Turner appointed proctor for R. Harvie, alderman, in place of George Newman, 23 May 1594, exhibited 2 Aug. 1594;

92. George Newman appointed proctor for A. Harvie, 10 June 1594, exhibited 12 July 1594;

93. Robert Turner appointed proctor for A. Harvie in place of Newman, 13 June, exhibited 2 Aug. 1594;

94. George Newman appointed proctor for John Harvie, grocer, in place of any other, 31 May 1594, exhibited 31 May 1594;

95. George Newman appointed proctor for John Harvie, in place of any other, 21 May 1594, exhibited 31 May 1594;

96. Robert Turner appointed proctor of Robert Harvie in place of Newman, 10 June 1594, exhibited 14 June 1594;

97. William Sammes, MA, appointed proctor for Scorye, 8 Aug. 1594, exhibited 8 Aug. 1594;

98. William Sammes, MA, appointed proctor for Scorye in place of Martin Berye, 8 Aug. 1594, exhibited 8 Aug. 1594;

99. Martin Berye appointed proctor for John Scorye, 6 June 1594, exhibited 7 June 1594;

100. Indenture of apprenticeship of Thomas Baker, son of John, burgess and baker, to John Alcocke, saddler, for eight years, for 53s and double apparel annually. Witnesses: Anthony Emerson, George Brookes and Thomas Barbor, 12 Aug. 1586 (v. also 215);

101. Francis Mackris, stationer, John Mackris, tailor, and Matthew Fanne of Barton, yeoman, bound in £50 to Charles Benson, BA, for payment of £26 13s 4d in Gonville and Caius College at Easter next. Witnesses: Edmund Pricke, Robert Westley and Anthony Harison, notary public, 1 Feb. 1592/3. Notarial copy by John Smythe, made and exhibited 31 May 1594;

102. William Blithe vs John Bawtrie, MA, for debt of 16s due for goods sold by Bawtrie as BA to Blithe and recovered by Bawtrie's tutor, [James] Ashton, MA, of Clare Hall: allegations of Blithe, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

103. Michael Holmes, brewer, and Samuel Stephen of Barnwell, baker, bound in 20 marks to Thomas Brookes, Esquire Bedell, for payment of £11 5s on 1 November next. Witnesses: Richard Robinson, John Palmer, 6 Aug. 1594, exhibited 22 Nov. 1594;

104. George Newman appointed proctor for M. Holmes, 6 Mar. 1594/5, exhibited 7 Mar. 1594/5;

105. George Newman appointed proctor for M. Holmes, 21 Feb. 1594/5, exhibited 21 Feb. 1594/5;

106. George Parris versus John Halliwell for debt (fees for notarial services): allegations of Parris, exhibited 31 May 1594;

107. Martin Berye, LLB, appointed proctor for George Parris, gent., 14 Apr. 1594, exhibited 26 Apr. 1594;

108. Recognizance of William Richemond of Grantchester, husbandman, to John Hallywell, yeoman, in £100 to observe terms of a lease of land in Grantchester, dated 2 Nov. 1593 and enrolled to James Husbandes, 9 Dec. 1593. Notarial copy attested by John Smythe and exhibited 31 May 1594;

109. J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, fixes date for Francis Southam to appear sub poena from Chancery to answer charges of Thomas Muriell, MA, 5 Sept. 1595;

110. William Bayley of Great Sampford, Essex, claims exemption from the court being already summoned to appear at Westminster to answer charges of Richard Whiting, 26 Oct. 1593, exhibited 26 Oct. 1593;

111. Elizabeth Mathew, widow and executrix of John, versus Edward Lucas, jnr., of Thriplow, for debt due from EL's brother, Charles Lucas [MA, Clare Hall]: allegations of Mathew, exhibited 27 Sept. 1594;

112. Interrogatories of Edward Lucas versus Mathew's witnesses, including John Baxter, snr., who is blind, and Juliana, wife of John Baxter, jnr., exhibited 30 Sept. 1594;

113. Exceptions of Mathew versus James Jolley, a suspected felon and witness for Lucas, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

114. Allegations of Edward Lucas, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

115. Allegations of Edward Lucas, exhibited 11 Oct. 1594;

116. First place interrogatories of Mathew, exhibited 16 Oct. 1594;

117. Second place interrogatories of Mathew, exhibited 21 Oct. 1594;

118. George Newman appointed proctor for Mathew, 24 Sept. 1594, exhibited 27 Sept. 1594;

119a. Schedule of expenses of Mathew, 24 September 1594-7 March 1594/5: £4 15s 4d; taxed by J. Duport at £3 and exhibited 7 Mar. 1594/5;

119b. George Newman appointed proctor for Mathew, 6 Mar. 1594/5, exhibited 7 Mar. 1594/5;

120. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Edward Lucas, 4 Oct. 1594, exhibited 11 Oct. 1594;

121. William Boston of Burnham, Norfolk, gent., and Thomas Mallorye, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, bound in £10 to Stephen Perse, MD, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, for payment of £5. Witnesses: Thomas Fawcett and Charles Yelverton, 3 Nov. 1594, exhibited 7 May 1595;

122. William Boston and Richard Stockdall, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, bound in £10 to Thomas Mallorye to save him harmless from the above bond. Witnesses: Thomas Seaman and Christopher Allin, 3 Nov. 1594. Notarial copy attested by J. Smythe and exhibited 7 May 1595;

123. John Longworthe, tailor, bound in £5 to James Morley of Barnwell, sergeant, for payment of 50s at Easter next, in the house of John Goodwyn. Witnesses: Richard Shuttleworth and Thomas Willeth, scribe, 18 Sept. 1594, exhibited 15 Oct. 1595;

124. Francis Clarke, brewer, and John Shawe, BA, bound in £20 to Francis Gybonson, tailor, for payment of £10 at All Saints' Day next at the house of John Warren, vintner. Witnesses: Thurston Collinson and Thomas Willet, 30 Apr. 1594. Notarial copy attested by J. Smythe and exhibited 22 Nov. 1594;

125. Francis Clarke and John Edmondes, alderman, bound in £80 to Thomas Whitgrave, gent., of Magdalene College, for payment of £40 at All Saints' Day 1594 on the Great Bridge. Witnesses: John Chapman, William Dale, scribe, 1 Nov. 1593. Notarial copy attested by J. Smythe and exhibited 7 Nov. 1594;

126a. Inventory of goods of Francis [Clarke, deceased] distrained, and notes of payments from his estate, exhibited 1 Aug. 1595;

126b. List of debts acknowledged and partially paid to John Vepen, Edward Hurst and Henry Gibbs, with reference to Acta Curiae of 6 Aug. 1595;

126c. List of debts acknowledged and partially paid and other notes respecting creditors, [Aug. 1595];

126d. Further notes respecting creditors (v. also 149-63, 166-9, 212, 257), [Aug. 1595];

127. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to make proclamation for heirs, creditors etc. of Humphrey Atherton, Fellow of Queens' College (v. also VCCt.III.3.13), 29 Aug. 1595;

128. Warrant, J. Duport to Thomas Brooke, William Ingram and Richard Ridding, Bedells, to cite Roger Goade, STD [ie. DD], Provost of King's College, John Cowell, LLD, Henry Moutloe, MA, and George Bagsett, MA (all of King's College) to appear to answer charges of Jurdan Chadwicke, MA, of Magdalene College, John Shaxton, William Allibaster and William Rogerson, Mas of Trinity College, respecting improper presentation by King's College of Bagsett to the Taxorship, 30 Sept. 1594;

129. Allegations of Chadwicke, Allibaster, Shaxton, Rogerson, Samuel Hill and Francis Allen (v. also 131, 230), exhibited 30 Sept. 1594;

130. John Joanes, bookbinder, versus John Bartelmewe, bookbinder, for injury: allegations of Joanes, exhibited 8 Mar. 1593/4;

131. Interrogatories of Office versus Robert Turner, LLB, for inciting riot concerning the admission of George Bagsett as Taxor, exhibited 30 Oct. 1594;

132. James Hartley of Holy Trinity parish, scholar's servant, versus Owen Wright for injury (calling him 'a common drunkard' and a cuckold) and assault: allegations of Hartley, exhibited 26 July 1594;

133. Lease, Thomas Martyn of Kingsnorth, Kent, yeoman, to John Carowe of Grantchester, husbandman, of 17 acres of arable in Grantchester fields, in Scalesyer; 6a 3r in Stulpe field; 2a 1r on Bourne Hill; 2a in Castle furlong; 2 1/2a against Slade Well Way; 3 1/2a in Ridgway field called Sheep-cote Piece; 1a in the same field abutting on the Ridge Way; 5a 3r in Fulbrook field (5a abutting on the way from Elderstub balk to Clay Pits and 3r against the balk's end) for eight years at 6s 8d a year. Witnesses: James Robson, John Norkot, notary public, James Watton, servant to Norkot, 7 June 1586, exhibited in Martin vs Matchett, 14 Feb. 1594/5;

134. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Thomas Martin of Cambridge, 10 Oct. 1594, exhibited 25 Oct. 1594;

135. Robert Matchett versus Thomas Martin for debt (respecting three tenements in Grantchester, and properties called Scales and Hawsons, with their fields) bought by Martyn and Thomas Lane from John Carowe, Thomas Parkin and Richard Wickes: allegations of Matchett, exhibited 24 Jan. 1594/5;

136. Exceptions of Matchett, exhbited 7 Mar. 1594/5;

137. T. Martyn of Grantchester, gent., bound in £100 to Robert Matchett, to save him harmless from any challenge to Martyn's right to lease the properties above recited (plus a lease from Alice Cropley, widow). Witnesses: Martyn Gill, Jasper Lucas, James Beckwithe and John Norkot, notary public, 8 Jan. 1587/8, exhibited 24 Jan. 1594/5;

138. Interrogatories of Matchett in Martyn versus Machett, exhibited 8 Aug. 1594;

139. Interrogatories of Matchett in the same, n.d.;

140. Interrogatories of Matchett in the same, exhibited 19 Apr. 1595;

141. Allegations of Martyn, exhibited 29 June 1595;

142. Allegations of Martyn, exhibited 14 Mar. 1594/5;

143. Exceptions of Matchett in Martyn versus Matchett, exhibited 22 Nov. 1594;

144. Notice of excommunication of Matchett by Richard Cosin, LLD, Dean of the Court of Arches, for contumacy in failing to appear to answer charges of adultery brought by John Hawkes and threatened by John Halward, 4 Feb. 1594/5. Published at St Bene't's by Arthur Johnson, 9 Mar. 1594/5. Copy certified by J. Smythe and Edward Orwell and exhibited 14 Mar. 1594/5;

145. Notice of absolution of excommunication of Matchett from R. Cosin (John Amye, LLD, having acted as his surrogate), 28 Mar. 1595. Copy certified by J. Smythe and exhibited 4 Apr. 1595;

146. George Newman appointed proctor for Matchett, 28 Oct. 1594, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

147. Schedule of T. Martyn's expenses, 26 July 1594-23 May 1595: £6 10s; taxed at £5 by J. Duport and exhibited 2 May 1595;

148. Martin Gill, gent., of St Sepulchre's parish, presented for living incontinently with Susan Allet, lately servant to Mr Kimball; cited by Thomas Gillam; fails to appear on five occasions, 8 July-7 Oct.; pronounced contumacious by Simon Robson, surrogate to the Archdeacon, and suspended from access to the church, 7 Oct. 1594. Copy certified by Richard Pettit, Deputy Registrar and exhibited 17 Jan. 1594/5;

149. Francis Clarcke, brewer, and Christopher Helsdon, maltster, bound in £40 to Thomas Whitgrave, yeoman, for payment of £21 by Michaelmas next. Witnesses: Edward Hurst, Robert Simpson, scribe and servant to J. Smythe, notary public, 4 May 1593. Copy certified by J. Smythe and exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

150. Henry Gibbes, apothecary, vs Francis Clarke, brewer, for debt: allegations of Robert Turner for Gibbes, exhibited 29 Nov. 1594;

151. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Pryme, to cite F. Clarke, 1 Jan. 1594/5;

152. Robert Turner appointed proctor for H. Gibbes, 28 Nov. 1594, exhibited 29 Nov. 1594;

153. John Vepen versus Francis Clarke: allegations of Vepen, exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

154. Francis Clarke bound in £40 to John Vepen for payment of £20 by St James' Day next. Witnesses: John Bradley, John Carow, gent., and Robert Ryppyngham, 28 May 1594, exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

155. Francis Clarke bound in £60 to John Vepen for payment of £37 by 25 January next. Witnesses: John ?Manner, Robert Ryppingham and John Carow, 30 Nov. 1593, exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

156. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to cite F. Clarke, 31 Jan. 1594/5;

157. Edward Hurst, butcher, versus F. Clarke: allegations of Hurst, exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

158. Francis Clarke bound in £60 to E. Hurst for payment of £35 by All Saints' Day next. Witness: R. Simpson, notary public, 26 Sept. 1594, exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

159. Copy of 158 certified by J. Smythe and exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

160. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to cite Francis Clarke, 13 Jan. 1594/5;

161. Martin Berye appointed proctor for E. Hurst, 30 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

162. John Warren versus F. Clarke and J. Shawe for debt: allegations of Warren (with note of swearing of Thomas Willet and Thurstan Collinson), exhibited 17 Jan. 1594/5;

163. Inventory of goods [of F. Clarke] distrained by Benjamin Prime, jnr., 15 and 16 Oc. 1594, against debts of J. Vespen, E. Hurst, H. Gibbs and T. Whitgrave; appraised by John Bradley, Hugh Jones, John Tookye and William Metcalfe, exhibited 7 Mar. 1594/5 (v. also 124-6, 166-9, 212, 257);

164. John Shawe, BA, bound in £8 to Martin Berye for payment of £4 by Lady Day next. Witnesses: James Godfrye and Thomas Underwood, 7 Nov. 1593. Copy certified by J. Smithe and exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

165. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to cite Shawe to answer Berye, 26 Nov. 1594;

166. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to cite Shawe and F. Clarke to answer Warren, 30 Nov. 1594;

167. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to cite Clarke to answer Gibbes, 28 Nov. 1594;

168. Warrant, same to same, to cite Clarke to answer Vepen (and note respecting M. Holmes and T. Crofoote), 9 Nov. 1594;

169. Warrant, same to same, to cite Clarke to answer Hurst, 9 Nov. 1594 (v. also 124-6, 149-63, 212, 257);

170. Account of John Fletcher, MA, of Gonville and Caius College, of administration of goods of Charles Benson of the same College, deceased, exhibited 12 June 1594;

171. Interrogatories of George Hall, MA, versus witnesses of Fletcher, especially William Jackson, n.d.;

172. Declarations of George Hall versus Fletcher, exhibited 3 May 1594;

173. Christopher Fletcher versus Christopher Moore for debt: allegations of G. Newman, proctor for CF (v. 64-6), exhibited 27 July 1593;

174. Thomas Raimond versus Nicholas Gifford of Madingley for injury (seizing sheep belonging to Sir Francis Hynde which TR and others were driving to pound): allegations of TR, exhibited 10 Jan. 1594/5;

175. Exceptions of Gifford (confessing to having beaten John Parkinson, Hayward, and made satisfaction), exhibited 28 Jan. 1594/5;

176. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Raimond, 14 Dec. 1594, exhibited 20 Dec. 1594;

177. Martin Berye appointed proctor for N. Gifford (v. also 227), 30 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

178. John Bacster, jnr., MA, bound in £40 to John Kettle, citizen and merchant of London, for payment of £20 at Michaelmas 1594. Witnesses: George Newman, John Lumley, 1 Sept. 1589, exhibited 17 Jan. 1594/5;

179. M. Berye appointed proctor for Bacster, 6 Feb. 1594/5, exhibited 7 Feb. 1594/5;

180. Thomas Rowe, merchant tailor of London, and his wife Martha (widow and executrix of J. Kettle) vs Bacster for debt: allegations of the Rowes, exhibited 17 Jan. 1594/5;

181. Allegations of Bacster, exhibited 7 Mar. 1594/5;

182. Swithin Butterfeild, gent., bound in £10 to John Bacster to pay his expenses in the suit as taxed. Witnesses: John Haines and J. Smithe. Receipt of bond acknowledged by T. Dorman, 3 Feb. 1594/5;

183. William Sammes, MA, appointed proctor for Thomas and Martha Rowe, 8 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 17 Jan. 1594/5;

184. John Plummer, tailor, versus William Hall for an assault with a sword: allegations of Plummer, exhibited 21 Mar. 1594/5;

185. George Newman appointed proctor for Plummer, 20 Mar. 1594/5, exhibited 21 Mar. 1594/5;

186. Ralph Hall, scrivener, versus John Wicksted for debt: allegations of Hall (with references to Thomas Crowfoot and John Power), exhibited 11 Oct. 1594, endorsed as label for Exhibita of Dr Goade, Vice-Chancellor, 1594;

187. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime and Samuel Nicholson, for arrest of John Wicksted, to be imprisoned until bound in £60 to appear to answer Ralph Hawle, 3 Aug. 1594;

188. Copy of lease, John Dawson, innholder, to Thomas Gill, draper, of a storehouse in Greyfriars, between Walls Lane and the Queen's highway, and a garden, also in Greyfriars, leased by Dawson from Trinity College for nine years at 40s per annum. Witnesses: Richard Filo, Peter Whalye and James Watton, 20 Mar. 1588/9. Copy certified by J. Smithe and exhibited 13 Dec. 1594;

189. Account of work done in garden and house and yearly rents paid [?by Gill], exhibited 15 Dec. 1594;

190. George Newman appointed proctor for Dawson, 28 Oct. 1594, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

191. Gill vs Dawson: exceptions of Dawson against Gill's witnesses, exhibited 21 Feb. 1594/5;

192. Exceptions of Gill (with reference to assignment of lease to Richard Gravener), exhibited 11 July 1595;

193. Additional declarations of Gill, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594;

194. Interrogatories of Dawson versus Gill's witnesses, exhibited 24 Dec. 1594;

195. Interrogatories of Gill versus Gravener, witness for Dawson, exhibited 19 May 1595;

196. Receipt of Richard Gravener for 20s from Gill for his tenancy of the property, 5 July 1591, exhibited 11 July 1595;

197. Martin Berye appointed proctor for T. Gill, 6 Feb. 1594/5, exhibited 7 Feb. 1594/5;

198. Petition of Mark Charlton to Dr Robert Some that the cause between him and Mr Hill be dismissed from the Vice-Chancellor's Court (Charlton and Hill both being 'foreigners') or respited for two weeks to allow Charlton to consult with Snell, n.d.;

199. Viis et modis, J. Duport to B. Prime, for Mark Charlton to answer charges of James Hill, STB [ie. BD], and his wife Elizabeth, 18 Oct. 1594;

200. John Simonds, scholar's servant, and William Scarlet, stationer, versus Robert Renoulds of Wadesmill, Herts., yeoman, et al., in dispute respecting will of Robert Wood, sergeant (Katherine, wife of Robert, Renoulds, and Agnes, wife of [ ] Duffield, of London, sisters of Wood, versus John Baker, baker, Wood's executor in PCC) Simonds and Scarlet having taken over the executorship: allegations of Simonds and Scarlet, exhibited 19 Sept. 1595;

201. Interrogatories of Renoulds vs witnesses of Simonds and Scarlet, exhibited 23 Sept. 1595;

202. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Reinould, 19 Sept. 1595, exhibited 19 Sept. 1595;

203. Michael Holmes versus John Croffoote, MA, son of Thomas, baker and burgess, for debt: allegations of MH, exhibited 21 Mar. 1594/5;

204. Holmes vs Thomas Crofoote: viis et modies (J. Duport to B. Prime) for Thomas Crofoote, 25 Nov. 1594;

205. Robert Turner appointed proctor for John Crofoote, 24 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 24 Jan. 1594/5;

206. Henry Gibbs, apothecary, bound in £10 to Vice-Chancellor to save the office harmless from arrest of goods and tallies of Francis Clarke. Witnesses: John Smithe, notary public, and Robert Turner, 16 Oct. 1594, exhibited 27 Nov. 1594;

207. John Vepen, merchant, bound in £140 to Vice-Chancellor on the same condition. Bond delivered to Robert Simpson, notary public. Witnesses: John Smithe, notary public, and Thomas Dorman, 16 Oct. 1594;

208. Edward Hurste, butcher, bound in £120 to Vice-Chancellor on the same condition. Bond delivered to R. Simpson, notary public. Witnesses: Thomas Dorman and J. Smithe, notary public, 16 Oct. 1594;

209. Oliver Greene, Mayor, Isaac Barrow, MD, Martin Berye, LLB, Thomas Smythe, Registrary ('four of the chiefest of the parishoners of All Saint's parish') and the All Saints' churchwardens, Thomas Thompson and Thomas Leete, having been directed to settle the disposal of the property of John Bell, deceased; the signatories (being a majority) direct that it shall be leased to Nicholas Ward, and fix the rent, 19 Mar. 1594/5;

210. Fined 5s each for playing football outside the College, 30 Aug. 1594: 17 students of Trinity and 18 students of St John's; TRINITY: fined 3s 4d and suspended from their degrees for stopping the highway, [Michael] Willan, [Thomas] Feakes and [John] Craven, BAs; To be stocked in Trinity College hall for stopping the highway, Harwood, Beckwithe, [Walter] Whitgrave (who also had two clubs); To be beaten in the Schools for the same offence, Huffington [?=Robert Ovington]; To be beaten in the Schools for throwing a stone at a Johnian, [John] Thompson; To be beaten in the Schools for making a challenge in St John's buttery, [?Matthew] Cooke, but punishment respited and changed; ST JOHN'S: [?Richard] Franckland fined 20s for having a club; [Edward or Stephen] Hufman fined 2s 6d for striking one of Corpus Christi College who pursued him; [Peter] Hudson stocked in St John's hall for having a dagger; [Martin] Warren also so stocked for having a club; QUEENS': [Leonard] Standishe to be beaten in the Schools for having a club - did not appear; MAGDALENE: [Godfrey or Leonard] Wadeson to be beaten in the schools for having a sword - did not appear; CORPUS CHRISTI: [Francis or Thomas] Mundaye and [Thomas] Aspinall fined 20s for preventing Johnians from leaving The Eagle and Child for two hours with a club and a cudgel respectively - not paid; [John] Robinson to be stocked in Corpus Christi hall for striking; £9 2s 6d received by Dr Some in fines; £1 16s to Prime, 5s to Smithe, Deputy Registrary, 6s to a poor scholar for his pain; leaving £6 15s 6d with J. Duport, Vice-Chancellor, 30 Aug. 1594;

211. John Legate, printer, bound in £10 to the Vice-Chancellor, to sell good paper to the University at no more than London prices (in return for the Vice-Chancellor's prohibiting sales by John Powell and all others). Witnesses: Richard Riddinge and John Smithe, 19 Feb. 1594/5;

212. Francis Clarke, brewer, and John Shawe, BA, bound in £24 to John Warren, vintner, for payment of £12 10s by All Saints' Day next. Witnesses: Thurston Collinson, Thomas Willett, 30 Apr. 1594, exhibited 27 Jan. 1594/5 (v. also 124-6, 149-63, 166-9, 257);

213a. John Sherman versus Henry Curde of Clayhithe for debt: exceptions of Curde, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

213b. Copy of above, exhibited 1 Mar. 1593/4;

214. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Sherman, 26 Apr. 1594, exhibited 10 May 1594;

215. Note of exhibiting of 100 above: Alcock sentenced to pay the 53s 4d and costs to apparel Baker by Christmas, 1594;

216. Note that of £85 2s due from Christ's College to J. Sherman for beer, £30 4s is paid, of which £14 4s 6d is in dispute and referred to arbitration, and 10s more is due for beer at Christmas, leaving £40 3s 6d, 13 July 1593;

217. Letter, Roger Car to George Newman, asking him to represent Car in cause with Blage, a draper of Ely and a distant relative of Car's by marriage, at the Consistory: background of cause explained; Rowles, draper, surety for Blage, exhibited 15 Sept. 1594;

218. Letter, Lionel Ducket to J. Smithe: 'If Mr Crawfoote satisfie the court I am contented to be released', received 31 Oct. 1594;

219. Letter, George Newman: 'Mr Smyth, Mr Martyne is to riterne the indenture which George Rogers hath sealed to his use the which I have left with you this shalbe the discharge', 2 July 1595;

220. Schedule, ?of sums and objects due to him, exhibited by John Benson, 19 Oct. 1593;

221. Letters of attorney, Elizabeth Grindall, singlewoman, to Richard Thargur of Barkway, yeoman, to recover debts due to her from William Wickes, snr., of Histon, yeoman, and John Mackris, tailor. Witnesses: Anthony Kinge and Richard Mayhue, scribe, 14 June 1595, exhibited 20 June 1595;

222. Schedule of expenses of the two Proctors in 1st cause versus John Waller, 7-14 Mar. 1594/5: 7s 10s, Mar. 1594/5;

223. Schedule of Proctors' expenses in 2nd cause versus same, 14 Mar. 1594/5: 2s 10d, Mar. 1594/5;

224. Schedule of Proctors' expenses in cause versus John Dawdye: 7-14 Mar. 1594/5: 6s 10d, Mar. 1594/5;

225a. Schedule of expenses of John Wells in cause versus Randall Claxton, 6 Oct. 1592: 6s 4d, exhibited 22 Jan. 1594/5;

225b. Schedule of expenses of Randall Claxton and Richard Brachier in cause versus Nicholas Warde, before the Vice-Chancellor 13 Oct. 1592-6 Mar. 1594/5: 38s 2d;

225c. Schedule of expenses of Claxton and Brachier in same cause before delegates of appeal, 12 Mar. 1592/3-13 Nov. 1593: £4 2s, b and c together taxed by J. Duport at £4, 12 Mar. 1594/5, exhibited 22 Jan. 1594/5;

226. Schedule of expenses of Bartholomew Washington, MA, in cause versus Robert Harvie, grocer, 31 May-8 Aug. 1594: 55s 10d, taxed by J. Duport at 3s 4d and exhibited 8 Aug. 1594 (v. also 258);

227a. Schedule of expenses of Thomas Raymond in his injury cause versus Nicholas Gifford of Madingley, 13 Dec. 1594-24 Jan. 1594/5: 32s and (after admission in forma pauperis, 31 Jan. 1594/5-11 Apr. 1595) 32s 10d, taxed by J. Duport at 32s and exhibited 11 Apr. 1594 (v. also 174-7);

227b. Copy of the above;

228. Schedule of expenses of Jane [Gouldesborough], widow, in cause versus John [Hammond, MA], 12 July 1594-20 Oct. 1595: £7 3s 8d, taxed by J. Duport at £4 13s and exhibited, 20 Oct. 1595;

229. List of bakers and their wares defective in weight, 3 Dec. ?1593-15 Nov. ?1595, and fines levied: Smarte, Crowfoote, Thomson, Flamson, John Tooley, Hugh Humphrey, Francis Aufeld, Pemberton, John Stevens, Sparrow, Jackson, 4 Apr. 1595;

230. George Newman appointed proctor for Jordan Chadwick, John Shaxton, William Allibaster, William Rogerson, Samuel Hill and Francis Allen (v. also 128-9), 2 Oct. 1594, exhibited 3 Oct. 1594;

231. Goerge Newman appointed proctor for William Thurgar of Babraham, 10 June 1594, exhibited 21 June 1594;

232. George Newman appointed proctor for Francis Gibbynson, 1 Nov. 1594, exhibited 6 Dec. 1594;

233. George Newman appointed proctor for John Warren, vintner (?not exhibited), 1 Dec. 1594;

234. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Edward Humfrey, 29 Nov. 1594, exhibited 29 Nov. 1594;

235. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Richard Fallowes, 18 Dec. 1594, exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

236. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Richard Fallowes, 31 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

237. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Thomas Martin of Grantchester, 30 Jan. 1594/5, exhibited 31 Jan. 1594/5;

238. Robert Turner appointed proctor for William Meyes, 21 Feb. 1594/5, exhibited 21 Feb. 1594/5;

239. George Newman appointed proctor for Thomas Stick of London, 28 Oct. 1594, exhibited 8 Nov. 1594. Note on dorse: Widows ?Briggs, Searles and Bullingbroke to be fined 2s 6d each;

240. George Newman appointed proctor for Roger Cox of Jesus College, gent., 24 Sept. 1594, exhibited 27 Sept. 1594;

241. Robert Turner appointed proctor for Ambrose Cragge, 11 Apr. 1595, exhibited 11 Apr. 1595;

242. George Newman appointed proctor for Ralph Dawson, 16 Oct. 1595, exhibited 17 Oct. 1595;

243. George Newman appointed proctor for John Greene of Meldreth, 16 Aug. 1595, exhibited 16 Aug. 1595;

244. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Thomas Field, MA, 23 Oct. 1595, exhibited 24 Oct. 1595;

245. George Newman appointed proctor for Alexander Bancks, jnr., of Histon, 1 July 1595, exhibited 24 July 1595 (v. also 264);

246. Martin Berye appointed proctor for Thomas Field, MA, 14 Oct. 1595, exhibited 17 Oct. 1595;

247. George Newman appointed proctor for [Ralph] Dawson, STB [ie. BD], of Corpus Christi College, 10 Oct. 1595, exhibited 17 Oct. 1595;

248. George Newman appointed proctor for for [Henry] Moutlow, MA, of Queens' College, 9 May 1595, exhibited 23 May 1595;

249. George Newman appointed proctor for [Andrew] Goodwyne, 4 July 1595, exhibited 4 July 1595;

250. Robert Turner appointed proctor for for [Thomas Cow]per, 16 July 1595, exhibited 18 July 1595;

251. Warrant, J. Duport to B. Prime, to arrest John Crofoote: to be imprisoned until bound in £6 13s 4d to appear to answer John Cragge, MA, 25 Jan. 1593/4;

252a. Viis et modis for John Fitzwicke to answer debt charges of Matthew Clarke of King's Lynn, 25 Jan. 1593/4;

252b. Copy of the above, same date;

253. Viis et modis for Thomas Crofoote to answer debt charges of Henry Moutlowe, 10 May 1595;

254. Viis et modis for Mary Charlton to answer charges of John Shaxton, 30 Sept. 1594;

255. Viis et modis for Francis Clarke to answer charges of Thomas Stocke of London, 9 Nov. 1594;

256. Viis et modis for Thomas Johnson to answer charges of William Jackson - his goods to be forfeit if he be not found, 21 Oct. 1594;

257. Viis et modis for Francis Clarke and John Shawe to answer charges of Francis Gibbinson ('Warren vs Clarke and Shawe') (v. also 124-6), 9 Nov. 1594;

258. Viis et modis for Robert Harvie at suit of Bartholomew Washington (v. also 226), 28 July 1594;

259. Viis et modis for Ralph Hall at suit of John Crofoote, 20 ?Jan. 1594/5;

260. Viis et modis for John [Dawdye] at suit of George Milner and George Meriton, Proctors, 8 Mar. 1594/5;

261. Viis et modis for Mark Charlton at suit of William Ingram, [1] June 1594;

262-3. Viis et modis for two of John Newman, John Waller and widows Briggham, Searle and Bullingbroke to answer Proctors Milner and Meriton, [?Nov.] 1594;

264. Viis et modis for Alexander [?Banckes] of Histon to answer [?Thomas Cowper], 1594;

265. Viis et modis for Thomas Crofoote and Marmaduke [Towlson] to answer [Henry Mountelow, MA], [ca 9] May 1595;

266. Viis et modis for Francis Gibbonson to answer Robert [Bowles], [ca 4] July 1595.

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