Sessions, 1615
28 and 29 March

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William Le Hardy (editor)

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1936

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220-256

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'Sessions, 1615: 28 and 29 March', County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 2: 1614-15 (1936), pp. 220-256. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82341 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Sessions of the Peace and Gaol Delivery, 28 and 29 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].

SESSIONS ROLL.

Recognizances:—

2 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
At the General Gaol Delivery held for the county of Surrey at Southwark, before Sir Robert Houghton, Knight, and Sir Henry Mountague, Knight, Serjeant-at-Law, Thomas Jones of St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, labourer, Morrice Jones of St. Catherine's, Coleman Street, plasterer, and Richard Stephens of St. George's aforesaid, hempdresser, came and were bound over for the said Thomas to appear at the next General Gaol Delivery of Newgate for suspicion of theft; and William Lawne of Christ Church, London, butcher, came and was bound over to give evidence against the said Thomas for stealing sheep; and also Henry Robinson of the same, butcher, likewise came and was bound over to give evidence against William Barrett and Walter Foster for the like.
Examined by Henry Glascock, Clerk of the Assizes for the county aforesaid.
Sess. Roll 538/3, 99.
[See also p. 246].

23 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Pearson of Edmonton, labourer, and Richard Richardson of the same, blacksmith, for John Warcupp of St. Katherine's, labourer, for taking a certain bay mare belonging to John Jale of East Barnet, co. Hertford, husbandman; and of the said John Jale to give evidence.
Sess. Roll 538/4, 85.
G.D.R. 2/46.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
George Johnson and Thomas Saunders of South Mimms, butchers, and Richard Boweman of the same, labourer, to prosecute Alban Clarke [Clarcke] of the same for felony; and of John Flaxmore and Ralph Willsheire of the same, yeomen, for the said Alban to appear; and of Christopher Bowman and George Johnson of the same, labourers, for John Bowman of the same for being accessory.
Sess. Roll 538/5, 97, 98.
G.D.R. 2/47.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Payne of Rosemary Lane, carpenter, and William Flanner of the same, cordwainer, for Katherine, wife of the said William Payne, to keep the peace towards Mary Reignolds.
Sess. Roll 538/7.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

6 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Nichols of Hackney, silkweaver, John Nichols of the same, yeoman, and George Lawrence of Mile End, for the said John Nichols, silkweaver, "accused for reskewing a prisoner that came out of Newgate with his keeper"; and of Christopher Fairbrother of Whitechapel, vintner, and Geoffrey Norman of the same, yeoman, and William Whaley of Shoreditch, pewterer, for Hugh Evans of Whitechapel, yeoman, "charged to have rescoused a prisoner from one of the underkeepers of Newgate."
Sess. Roll 538/8, 24.
Sess. Reg. 2/171.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Gosling of St. Bartholomew's-the-Great, silkweaver, and George Flawne of St. Katherine's-next-the-Tower of London, cutler, for Dorothy, wife of William Carnaby of Coleman Street, silkweaver, for cozenage.
Sess. Roll 538/9.
Sess. Reg. 2/171

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Ashwell of Chick Lane, porter, Nicholas Sliper of Saffron Hill, tallow-chandler, and William Fenner of Field Lane,—, for the said John for striking Henry Theodrick and taking away his cloak.
Sess. Roll 538/10.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.

16 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Flecher of St. James', Clerkenwell, embroiderer, and Robert Purse of the same, tailor, for Alexander Browne of the same, tailor, accused by Thomas Atkins "to have stolen a dozen of pickadillyes from him."
Sess. Roll 538/11.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Arneway of London, vintner, to give evidence against Thomas Hunter for felony.
The said Thomas respited without bail.
Sess. Roll 538/12.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

27 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Eaton of St. Sepulchre's, butcher, Roger Sutton of the Old Bailey, shoemaker, and Geoffrey Emmes [Eme] of Cow Cross, gardener, for Thomas Farrer [Farrar] of the Old Bailey, silkweaver [shoemaker], and for Elizabeth, wife of Barnaby Ledgold of the same, seafaringman, "bound over for conversing and keeping company together unlawfully, and for beating the wife of one Edmond Smith, being with child"; and of Edmond Smith of Cow Cross, glover, to give evidence against the said Thomas; and of John Morgan, clothworker, and George Hansome, buttonmaker, both of the same, for the said Edmond to keep the peace towards the said Thomas.
Sess. Roll 538/13, 35, 37, 39.
Sess. Reg. 2/167, 170.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Richardson of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, gardener, and William Clare of the same, carpenter, for Friswell Billingham of the same, spinster, to be of good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 538/14.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

8 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Riccards of Field Lane, porter, James Storey and John Richardson of the same, butchers, for the said John Riccards to appear.
Sess. Roll 538/15.
G.D.R. 2/47.

11 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Tannet of Old Street, weaver, Richard Usher of Moor Lane, tailor, and James Towson of the same, plasterer, for the said Richard Tannet to appear.
Sess. Roll 538/16.
G.D.R. 2/47.

8 March, 12 James [A.D. 1614–15].
John Dyche of Old Street, yeoman, John Pryce of the same, brewer, and Henry Ellet of Clerkenwell, yeoman, for Avice Ellet of the same, spinster, to appear; and of George Horsley of Goswell Street, barber, and John Gough of St. Bartholomew's, tailor, for the said Henry to appear; and of Richard Robinson of St. Clement Danes, carpenter, to give evidence against the said Avice; and of Methuselah Monday of St. George's, Southwark, sawyer, for Lucy his wife to give evidence likewise.
Sess. Roll 538/19, 22, 123.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

26 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Humphrey Pryce of St. Thomas-the-Apostle, sherman, and William Kempe of Old Street, cordwainer, for Audrey Dawson of the Barbican, widow, for suspicion of stealing a cloak and a waistcoat; and of John Norris, labourer, and James Fuller, carter, both of Old Street aforesaid, for Ann Lakins of the same, spinster [widow], for the like; and of Robert Jones of Chick Lane, blacksmith, to give evidence against the said Audrey and Ann, and John Whibbin [Whibbyn] of the City of Bath, co. Somerset, butcher; and of Anthony Greene of St Clement Danes, baker, and Thomas Honor of Saffron Hill, cordwainer, for the said John Whibbin to appear.
The said Whibbin discharged because no true bill.
Sess. Roll 538/20, 21, 140, 142.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

2 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Joan Newberrey of Fetter Lane, spinster, to give evidence against William Rome for stealing stockings.
The said William detained in gaol. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/23, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44.

21 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Gregory alias Hackley of Clerkenwell, porter, Owen Powell of the same, fletcher, and Richard Smyth of Pie Corner, innholder, for the said Richard Gregory for abusing Mr. Barnes the constable.
Sess. Roll 538/25.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

21 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Flenders of St. John Street, yeoman, and John Warren of Cow Cross, bricklayer, for Frances Harrys of St. John Street, spinster, who was brought before the Justice by the officers, for a common whore, and was taken in a reputed bawdy-house.
Sess. Roll 538/26.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

12 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Hammon [Hamon] of Whitecross Street, merchant, and Philip Sheringham of Holborn, vintner, for the said John, charged to have committed incontinency with Sarah Baldwin.
Sess. Roll 538/27.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

16 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Guy Robinson of Thames Street, clothworker, for John Robinson of the same, yeoman, for living incontinently with Helen Bonneyfeild [Bennyfelde] of Charterhouse Lane, spinster; and of George Rawlyns of the same, grinder, for the said Helen for living incontinently with the said John.
Sess. Roll 538/28, 113.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Patrick of Cow Cross, victualler, Philip Jenkyn, headborough, and Richard Wheeler, butcher, both of the same, for the said Richard Patrick: the cause appears in an information given against him by William Game and others.
Sess. Roll 538/29.

25 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Kempe of Old Street, cordwainer, and Henry Nicholls of Clerkenwell, cordwainer, for Alice Nicholls of Old Street, spinster, to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Hartway.
Sess. Roll 538/30.
Sess. Reg. 2/169.

23 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Hugh Clappam of St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, yeoman, and Thomas Sephon of St. John Street, shoemaker, for the said Hugh; "he and a common whore were taken at Midnight together alone in the street very lewdly."
Sess. Roll 538/31.
Sess. Reg. 2/169.

11 March, 17 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Roger Usherwood of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, shoemaker, Thomas Atherton of St. Bride's, cutler, and Robert Rattey of St. Clement Danes, tailor, for the said Roger, charged to be one of the chief causes and authors of the riot and disorder on Shrove Tuesday last, and for pulling down of one Goodman's house.
Sess. Roll 538/32.
Sess. Reg. 2/169.

17 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Hamond of Whitecross Street, gentleman, Peter Wraxall of the same, surgeon, and Isaac Sheringham of Blackfriars, vintner, for the said John for beating and wounding Robert Booker; and of William Maple of Whitecross Street, blacksmith, and William Pogge of Thames Street, bodymaker, for William Hoye [Haye] of Whitecross Street, blacksmith, for the like; and of William Cogdale of the same, silkweaver, and Thomas Collyns of Goswell Street, tailor, for Mary Booker and Emma Greene of Whitecross Street, spinsters, to keep the peace towards the said William Hoye.
Sess. Roll 538/34.
Sess. Roll 539/11, 102.
Sess. Reg. 2/170, 183.

14 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Nicholas Price of Clerkenwell, shoemaker, and John Burnet of the same, "pynne-maker," for Adam Fitton of the same, labourer, for suspicion of felony.
Sess. Roll 538/36.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

7 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Seawell of Field Lane, shoemaker, and Lewis Phillipps of the same, vintner, for John Cole of the same, shoemaker, to keep the peace towards his wife.
Sess. Roll 538/38.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

6 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Kinge of Saffron Hill, painter-stainer, and John Horne of the same, "come-maker," for Richard Ganny of the same, butcher, for selling flesh this Lent; and of Robert Hart of Clerkenwell, cook, for Robert Michell of Smithfield Bar, butcher; and of John Marnard of Saffron Hill, cooper, and Edward Foster of the same, yeoman, for Thomas Quier of the same, butcher; and of John Adams, chandler, and John Crosse, butcher, both of the same, for Edward Shelston of the same, butcher, all for the like.
Sess. Roll 538/40, 60, 136, 137.
Sess. Reg. 2/167, 172.

7 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Thomas of Saffron Hill, —, and John Hutchinson of the same, shoemaker, for George Westmore of the same, waterbearer, to be of good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 538/41.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

7 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Elmes of Peter's Lane at Cow Cross, tailor, and Hugh Davys of Field Lane, bricklayer, for Thomas Whitacres of Whitecross Street, tailor, to keep the peace towards Grace Burley of Field Lane, widow.
Sess. Roll 538/42.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

20 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Jasper Fludd of St. Sepulchre's-without-Newgate, clothworker, and John Balmer of East Smithfield, tailor, for Margaret Jenings of Wapping Wall, spinster, for her misdemeanours, reported to be a common strumpet.
Sess. Roll 538/43.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Greeneway of Limehouse, baker, and Robert Wilson of the same, victualler, for Ambrose Bursted of Ratcliffe, baker, and John Claxton of Limehouse, baker, for their misdemeanours and a breach of the peace upon William Joborne of Ratcliffe, baker.
Sess. Roll 538/44, 45.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

8 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Dorothy Hiatt [Hyatt] of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, spinster, and Robert Newman of St. Sepulchre's, poulterer, for the said Dorothy for incontinency and other misbehaviour; and of Thomas Brasier of High Holborn, tobacco-seller, James Rawlins of the Strand, grocer, and Philip Thomas of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, for the said Thomas Brasier for the like.
Sess. Roll 538/46, 47.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

8 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Dunne of Westminster, tailor, and James Watkins of the same, cordwainer, for Katherine James of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, spinster, for receiving and harbouring certain persons into her house, who wounded and robbed Islye Cranwell, and he charges her to be a receiver of thieves.
Sess. Roll 538/48.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

8 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Nicholas Stoolt [?] of St. Clement's, Eastcheap, gentleman, and Thomas Knowhor of the same, clothworker, for Richard Clarke of Chichester, co. Sussex, merchant, charged to be the reputed father of a bastard child begotten on the body of Anne Powltoner [Poulton], born in Clerkenwell parish.
Respited to the next.
Sess. Roll 538/49.
Sess. Reg. 2/133, 163.

23 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Berry of St. Augustine's in Watling Street, merchanttailor, and Thomas Richardson of Whitechapel, cordwainer, for Peirce Jenings of Ratcliffe, yeoman, now in Newgate, to appear at the next Gaol Delivery for stealing a gown of "silke rashe" and five yards of "Devonshier kersey"; and of John Moyses of Long Southwark, tailor, to prosecute the said Peirce for stealing the said kersey and a "silke mockado gowne."
Sess. Roll 538/50, 55.
G.D.R. 2/46.

18 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Williams of St. George's, Southwark, cordwainer, and John Reade of the same, silkweaver, for John Maxie [Maxom, Maxall] of the same, yeoman, now prisoner in Newgate, to appear at the next Gaol Delivery for stealing a silver bowl of value about £5 of the goods of Thomas Gayner of Ratcliffe, distiller of aquavite; and of the said Thomas to prosecute the said John Maxie.
Sess. Roll 538/51, 53.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.
G.D.R. 2/46.

27 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Edward Rainsford of the Old Bailey, St. Sepulchre's, pewterer, and Francis Cotterell of Whitechapel, blacksmith, to give evidence against John King alias White for felony; and of the said Edward to give evidence against the said Francis for stealing eight pieces of pewter and other things; and also against Mary Richardson of Field Lane, spinster, for suspicion of the same felony; and also against Frances Sturton, widow, for the same felony, who denies to be examined, for which she is committed; and of John Richardson of Field Lane, butcher, and John Marnard of the same, headborough, for the said Mary [wife of the said John Richardson] to appear.
The said John King, Frances and Mary detained in gaol.
The said Francis delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/6, 56, 129, 234.
Sess. Reg. 2/174.
G.D.R. 2/47, 47d.

23 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Robertes of High Holborn, tailor, for dividing his house in High Holborn into two tenements, and intending to make a new erection of building there, which will be very offensive to the inhabitants.
Sess. Roll 538/58.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.

28 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John James and John Clarke of Whitechapel, yeomen, to inform against divers victuallers whose recognizances are now certified, for their uttering of ale and beer by unlawful measures; and of Robert Walker [Waker] of Rosemary Lane, victualler, Richard Lee of the same, victualler, Owen Hore of East Smithfield, victualler, Nicholas Spaltman, Peter Godscall and Walter Davies of the same, victuallers, William Hewitt of Rosemary Lane, victualler, John Evans of Whitechapel, victualler, Matthew Kirby of East Smithfield, victualler, and Robert Barrett of the Precincts of St. Katherine's-next-the-Tower of London, victualler, all for uttering ale and beer by unlawful measures, upon the information of the said James and Clarke.
Sess. Roll 538/61–71.
Sess. Reg. 2/171.

7 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Edward Spencer of Enfield, maltman, and Thomas Deering of the same, yeoman, for Richard Bassett of the same, cooper, to keep the peace towards Helen, wife of Andrew Bennet of the same, tailor.
Sess. Roll 538/72.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

18 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Armestrong of St. John Street, schoolmaster, and Thomas Weeks of the same, tailor, for John Keen [Keene] of Tottenham, schoolmaster, to keep the peace towards Thomas Addams of the same, yeoman.
Sess. Roll 538/73.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Stone of Wapping, cordwainer, John Wright of the same, victualler, and William Ilshawe of St. Olave's, co. Surrey, weaver, for the said Stone for cozening Fortune Tailor of Coleman Street, spinster, of her chest; and of the said Fortune to give evidence.
The said John handed over further in bail to Humphrey Spadwell of Wapping, shoemaker, and Thomas Risbye of the same, cordwainer.
Sess. Roll 538/75, 82.
Sess. Reg. 2/171, 179.

1 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Brian Ashton of Ratcliffe, victualler, Henry Jenings of the same, gardener, and William Hicks of Whitechapel, gardener, for the said Brian to keep the peace towards Robert Oldring of "Redriffe" [Rotherhithe], compass-maker.
Sess. Roll 538/76.
Sess. Reg. 2/171.

22 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Deane of Whitechapel, brewer, Thomas Browne of Shoe Lane, St. Bride's, chandler, and George Boulton of the same, tailor, for the said Henry, accused to have taken goods out of the house of Thomas Greene.
Handed over further in bail to Griffin Vaghan of Shoe Lane, yeoman. Referred to the Lord Mayor and Mr. Jones the Common Counsel of the City.
Sess. Roll 538/77.
Sess. Reg. 2/171.
G.D.R. 2/49.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Raye of Rosemary Lane, yeoman, Thomas Calthropp of the same, gunmaker, and John Flookes of St. Katherine's-next-the-Tower of London, vintner, for the said Raye for keeping disorder in his house.
Sess. Roll 538/78.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

24 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Alice Hutchins of Whitechapel, spinster, and William Welles of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, vintner, to give evidence against George White for stealing a silver cup.
The said George detained in gaol.
Sess. Roll 538/79, 234.

26 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Samson Lydell of Barnet, co. Hertford, husbandman, Henry Councell of Friern Barnet, gentleman, and Richard Armitage of the same, tailor, for the said Samson to keep the peace towards John Cotton of Barnet aforesaid, yeoman.
Sess. Roll 538/84.
Sess. Reg. 2/165.

25 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Hugh Warden of St. Clement Danes, gentleman, and Hugh Griffen of the same, tailor, for Thomas Nanfan of the same, gentleman, to appear.
The parties are all agreed and the differences compounded upon which this recognizance was taken, therefore they are discharged.
Sess. Roll 538/86.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Grace of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, cordwainer, and Thomas Hall of the same, baker, for Winifred Butler of the same, spinster, charged to have beaten Alice Mosse, being with child, whereby she miscarried of the said child.
Sess. Roll 538/87.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

20 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Parry of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, weaver, and Gilbert Coxe of the same, leatherdresser, for Alice Belson of the same, widow, for harbouring William Ames, apprentice to Thomas Aston, being warned to the contrary by his said master.
Sess. Roll 538/88.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Pierson of Islington, yeoman, for receiving two kine which were stolen from him and for letting the felon escape.
Sess. Roll 538/89.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Stephen Bond of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate, victualler, John Morly of the same, plasterer, and Paul Smith of London, draper, for Alice, wife of the said Stephen, accused by Richard Taylor to have concealed parties that were drinking in her house that had uttered counterfeit money, a counterfeit 12d. being found with her.
Sess. Roll 538/90.
Sess. Reg. 2/170.

28 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Stone of St. Bride's, gentleman, and Francis Hemerford of St. Clement Danes, gentleman, for John Loveridge [Leveredge] of the same, tailor, to appear, and in the mean time to find out Joan Loveridge his sister, who robbed Francis Twist, servant to the Lady Willoby, for whose truth the said John Loveridge undertook.
Sess. Roll 538/91.
Sess. Reg. 2/170, 179.

2 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Grace Loworth [Roworth] of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, widow, to give evidence against Grace Hughes and Frances Fisher for stealing her goods.
The said Grace Hughes and Frances detained in gaol. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/94, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44.

23 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Pollard of London, shoemaker, to give evidence against Richard Shale for felony.
The said Richard detained in gaol for suspicion of felony in London.
Sess. Roll 538/95, 234.

20 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Watson of Whitechapel, to give evidence against Elizabeth, wife of William Wilkinson.
Sess. Roll 538/100.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
James Wilson of St. Andrew's, Holborn, tailor, and Christopher Hodges of Smithfield, St. Sepulchre's, tailor, to give evidence against Dennis Smith of St. Sepulchre's, yeoman, for forging a hand and cozenage; and of Michael Boughton of Clerkenwell, musician, and Samson B— of —, cooper, for the said Dennis to appear.
The said James and Christopher handed over further in bail to George Wood of St. Clement Danes, broker, and respited for good behaviour because they continued in evil-doing and evil-speaking as appears by new evidence at the Bar.
The said Dennis discharged because no true bill.
The said George respited likewise.
Sess. Roll 538/101, 103, 105.
Sess. Reg. 2/173, 174, 179.
G.D.R. 2/47.

8 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Mark Noble of St. Clement Danes, to give evidence against Edward Swey for felony.
Sess. Roll 538/102.

2 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15[.
Thomas Berrye of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gentleman, for Edmund Redman of St. Mary Mounthaw to appear upon suspicion of felony.
Sess. Roll 538/104.
G.D.R. 2/47.

14 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Roger Tysdale of Finsbury, bailiff, for Peter Foxe of the same, yeoman, for beating Henry Rolfe about executing a warrant of the Justices, by whom the said Foxe was committed to Newgate.
Sess. Roll 538/110.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

12 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Stuttfield [Stutfelde] of Aldersgate Street, gentleman, and Henry Fen [Fenn] of St. Bartholomew's, gentleman, for William Stuttfield, brother of the said Thomas, taken by the constable of St. Giles'-without-Cripplegate in bed with Grace Palmer of the same, widow, who charges the said William to have begotten her with child for that he had the use of her body at several times ever since the first week of Hilary Term last past; and for that the said sureties are content to stand to such order as the Court shall set down touching the discharge of the said parish of St. Giles from the keeping of the child in as full and ample a manner as if the said William were personally present, he being now gone to sea (as is credibly reported), they are to appear at the next Sessions of the Peace to be held after the term of St. Michael next coming to stand to the order of the Court for the keeping of the child whereof the said Grace shall be delivered according to the computation of the time aforesaid.
John Stutfelde of Aldersgate, gentleman, came and undertook likewise.
Sess. Roll 538/111.
Sess. Reg. 2/168.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Okeley of Clerkenwell, victualler, Francis Nevell of the same, gentleman, and William Archer of St. Bartholomew's-the-Great, brewer, for the said Thomas for victualling without licence.
Sess. Roll 538/118.
Sess. Reg. 2/169.

24 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Tudor Roberts of Aldersgate Street, vintner, and Richard Rock his servant, to give evidence against Thomas Crofts and William Russell for stealing four silver cups from the said Tudor.
The said Thomas and William detained in gaol.
Sess. Roll 538/122, 234.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Coock of Clerkenwell, beadle, to give evidence against John Davys for stealing half a mutton.
The said John delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/126.
G.D.R. 2/44.

8 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Smyth and Roger Smyth of Old Street, glovers, for Joan Willyams [Williams] of the same, spinster, to answer those things wherefor she stands indicted in London; and of John Sutton of Aldgate, haberdasher, and Ralph Winterborne of Whitecross Street, silkweaver, to prosecute the said Joan.
The said Joan handed over further in bail to William Badger of Old Street, glover. Came and committed because indicted in London, and afterwards discharged by the Court.
Sess. Roll 538/131.
G.D.R. 2/45d, 46d, 49.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Joseph Jackson of Shoreditch, yeoman, Roger Beswick of Whitecross Street, scrivener, and Peter Fox of Norton Folgate, yeoman, for the said Joseph to appear.
Sess. Roll 538/132.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

16 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Sodey of Holborn, barber-surgeon, and Abraham Greene of Gray's Inn Lane, tailor, for Roger [George] Gunter of the same, clothworker, for striking Elizabeth Weaver of the same, widow, on the head and wounding her.
Sess. Roll 538/133.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

20 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Honor of Saffron Hill, cordwainer, and Margaret Baynham of Foster Lane, widow, for Robert Ivye of the same, goldsmith, to keep the peace towards Ann, wife of William Mynors of Saffron Hill, barber-surgeon.
Sess. Roll 538/134.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

28 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Maurice Stride of Islington, baker, and Peter Sheppard of the same, joiner, for Elizabeth, wife of William Leicester of the same, innholder, to keep the peace towards Ann Tuttell of the same, widow.
Sess. Roll 538/135.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

28 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Philip Cotterell of Field Lane, shoemaker, to give evidence against Robert Pister [Pistor] of the same, joiner [shoemaker]; and of George Hancocke, cutler, and Abraham Buckett of the same, combmaker, both of the same, for the said Robert for suspicion of felony.
Sess. Roll 538/138, 141.
Sess. Reg. 2/174.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Cotterell of Limehouse, ship-carpenter, Christopher Morgan of the same, smith, and Henry Woodfale of Shadwell, trumpeter, for the said Robert for his misdemeanours "and being dailie drunke."
Sess. Roll 538/143.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

22 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Younge [Yonge] of Wapping, "Scottishman and sailor," Patrick Tompson [Thompson] and Jerome Tompson of Shadwell [Ratcliffe], sailors, for the said John for begetting Helen Sumner [Sommers] of Ratcliffe with child.
To appear at the next Sessions after the feast of St. John the Baptist. Came and was discharged because Mr. Doctor Goldman's clerk informs that bond is given to the parishioners of Stepney.
Sess. Roll 538/144.
Sess. Reg. 2/167, 204.

6 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Nicholas Harvie [Hodgkins] of Ratcliffe, baker [sailor], Robert Nott [Knott], baker, and Thomas Lame, constable, both of the same, for the said Nicholas for begetting a maid with child, one Elizabeth Sellbye [Selbie], the daughter of Roger Sellbye of the same.
Handed over further in bail to Richard Hodgkins of the same, baker, to appear at the next Sessions after the feast of St. John the Baptist. Came and was handed over further in bail to Richard Eaton of Cow Cross, butcher, and George Walton of the same, yeoman, to appear at the next.
Sess. Roll 538/145.
Sess. Reg. 2/167, 204.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Rowe of Ratcliffe, sailor, Thomas Tiler, painter, and Thomas Craford, vintner, both of the same, for the said William for maiming and hurting William Richardson.
Sess. Roll 538/146.
Sess. Reg. 2/167.

19 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Anthony Towell of St. Katherine Cree Church within Aldgate, vintner, to give evidence against John Man of Stepney, painter, and Thomas Bannester of the same, yeoman; and of Richard Sares, weaver, and Bennett Dennis, tailor, both of the same, for the said John to appear.
Sess. Roll 538/147, 149.
Sess. Reg. 2/173.
G.D.R. 2/46d.

14 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Eves of Stepney, coachman, Robert Senionnes of the same, gentleman, and Thomas Powell of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gentleman, for the said Richard for suspicion of stealing two kine.
Sess. Roll 538/148.
G.D.R. 2/47.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Harte of St. Clement Danes, yeoman, John Ratcliffe of St. Margaret's, Westminster, yeoman, and Robert Kirbie of High Holborn, coachmaker, for the said Thomas for breaking the peace upon Edward Price, George Darbie and other bailiffs, when they were in the execution of their office.
The parties are agreed.
Sess. Roll 538/150.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Walter Askeough [Aiscough] and Charles Askeough of Westminster, gentlemen, and Richard Newman of the same, yeoman, for the said Walter; and of Richard Newland of the same, yeoman, for the said Charles, both for beating and hurting Alice, wife of Anthony Binfeild.
The parties are agreed.
Sess. Roll 538/154, 155.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

26 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Richard Gutts [Gotts] of St. Martin's-within-Ludgate, mercer, for abusing Nathaniel Collier, headborough of Paddington, and his watch.
Sess. Roll 538/156.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

23 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Rebecca Browne of the Strand, widow, and Thomas Monye of Seacoal Lane, armourer, for the said Rebecca for victualling without licence.
Sess. Roll 538/157.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

2 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Moses Baker of Westminster, carman, and John Locke of the same, scrivener, for the said Moses for conveying away Thomas Walker, apprentice to John Blenckarne [Blinckhorne].
Sess. Roll 538/158.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

1 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Peake and Robert Smith of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeomen, for the said John for assaulting Richard Wood in the streets in the night season.
Sess. Roll 538/160.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Haile [Haylie] of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, collier, and John Sadler of the same, yeoman, for the said Haile, charged by William Bennett to be a receiver of stolen goods.
Handed over further in bail to James Dennys of Clerkenwell, collier.
Sess. Roll 538/161.
Sess. Reg. 2/153, 171, 179.

28 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Margaret Allen of Chancery Lane, widow, to give evidence against John Jaques for felony.
The said John detained in gaol for suspicion of burglary. Delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/162, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Leonard Worrall of St. Bride's, spurrier, to give evidence against Francis Joanes [Jones] for stealing his purse with 18d. in it.
The said Francis detained in gaol.
Sess. Roll 538/163, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44.

25 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
John White of Westminster, gentleman, to give evidence against Henry Harker for felony.
Discharged because others are held before Sir William Bowyer, Knight, to prosecute at Aylesbury, co. Buckingham, where the felony was done.
The said Henry and John Johnson detained in gaol for a robbery in the said county of Buckingham; the said Henry, John Hunter [sic], John Johnson and Richard Leeche alias Balley respited for the gaol of Buckinghamshire; the said Johnson delivered by proclamation.
Sess. Roll 538/164, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d, 48, 50.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
James Cooke of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, locksmith, and George Cooke of Upton, co. Buckingham, gentleman, for Daniel Duck of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, locksmith; and of William Owldham of Westminster, locksmith, and Nathaniel Grace of the same, spurrier, for Ralph Carter of the same, spurrier, both charged with stealing a "bickhorne" and other working tools from William Edlett [Edlatt] of Kensington, blacksmith.
The said Edlett respited to the next, for the peace.
The said Duck and Carter came and were discharged.
Sess. Roll 538/166, 167.
Sess. Reg. 2/131, 149, 163.
G.D.R. 2/46.

11 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Clifton, citizen and clothworker of London, and William Armes of East Smithfield, chandler, for Richard Wanles [Wanlesse] and John Stiles [Styles] of the same, porters, to keep the peace towards Henry Flood, porter.
Sess. Roll 538/169, 170.
Sess. Reg. 2/165.

15 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Daniel Lancaster of Rosemary Lane, victualler, and John Perkins of Tower Dock, lineman, for Moses Smith of Rosemary Lane, cooper, and Mary his wife to keep the peace towards Jane, wife of William Edmonds, sawyer, and that they do not beat or abuse Elizabeth Edmonds their apprentice "other then with due and orderly coreccion by a birch rodd not giveing her above six stripes at any one tyme."
Sess. Roll 538/171.
Sess. Reg. 2/165.

11 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Roles of Whitechapel, vintner, and Peter Papilion of the City of London, merchant, to give evidence against John Blether of Whitechapel, vintner, now prisoner in Newgate, for stealing a diamond ring worth £5; and of William Frend of St. Katherine's, chandler, and the said William Roles for the said John to appear.
The said John came and was discharged because no true bill.
Sess. Roll 538/172, 180, 181.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.
G.D.R. 2/46.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Bevis of Whitechapel, yeoman, for Daniel Lancaster to appear and answer concerning the escape of a prisoner, Francis Cotterell, out of his custody, who was committed to Newgate, and to bring him forth again.
Sess. Roll 538/173.
Sess. Reg. 2/165, 178.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Reynolds of Whitechapel, blacksmith, to appear and abide the order of the Court for the unreasonable correction used to his apprentice William Chamberlen [Chamberlayne] with a whip bound about with a wire, and also to deliver and release the said Chamberlen back to his mother if the Court do so order it at the Sessions.
Sess. Roll 538/174.

5 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Dether of St. Andrew's, Holborn, grocer, and Anthony Luckner of the same, gentleman, for Elizabeth Gunter of East Smithfield, spinster, prisoner in Newgate for misdemeanors suggested, and now bailed, from henceforth to be of good behaviour and not to keep in her household either of her two daughters for whom she has been accused.
Sess. Roll 538/175.
Sess. Reg. 2/165.

20 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Robert Bassill of Wapping Wall, tailor, and Richard Tassill of the same, cordwainer, for Elizabeth, wife of Lawrence Casper [Gasper] of the same, sailor, and Elizabeth Soldier of the same, widow, to answer Nicholas Peirson of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk, merchant, for stealing "a darkish deroye coloured cloke lined with baize" worth 50s., and a cipres hat-band worth 5s; and of Thomas Wharton of Stepney, cook, for the said Nicholas to prosecute the said Elizabeth Casper and Elizabeth Soldier.
Sess. Roll 538/52, 54, 200.
Sess. Reg. 2/174.
G.D.R. 2/46.

Indictments of:—

25 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
John Brabond of Gray's Inn Lane, yeoman, for stealing a jerkin worth 5s., a pair of breeches worth 12s., two yards of broadcloth worth 16s. and two leather skins worth 4s., belonging to Robert Hasell of Woolwich, co. Kent, tailor.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged, because there appears on evidence to have been a burglary at Woolwich aforesaid.
Sess. Roll 538/93, 182, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45.

20 December, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Ann, wife of Richard Davison of St. Andrew's, Holborn, tailor, John Damme alias Adam, cutler, and Helen his wife, William Champney, cutler, Ferdinand Emerson, cutler, and Joan his wife, John Warden, cutler, Ann Hutchinson, widow, Isabel wife of George Moodye, tailor, William Mathewes, cutler, and Helen his wife, Susan, wife of Edwin Saule, gentleman, William Woodfall, tailor, and Jane his wife, William Cooke, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, Helen Cambridge, spinster, Joan Davies, spinster, Thomas Holliday, gentleman, and Frances his wife, John Crayford, gentleman, and Martha his wife, Mary Kitchin, widow, and Mary Kitchin her daughter, Mary, wife of William Cobb, gentleman, Ann Dowse, widow, William Besicke, shoemaker, and Mary his wife, Ambrose Besicke, shoemaker, George Besicke, shoemaker, Jane, wife of Thomas Strange, tailor, Mary Cleere, widow, Susan Banninge, spinster, John Coe, stationer, and Helen his wife, Margaret Morley, spinster, John Knight, scrivener, and John Knight his son, Thomas Howard, cobbler, and Mary his wife, all of the same, Christabel, wife of Thomas Bateman of Chick Lane, embroiderer, Joan, wife of Richard Gresham, carpenter, Margaret, wife of Thurstan Feild, shoemaker, and John Netlam, shoemaker, all of the same, Thomas Sleepe of St. James', Clerkenwell, yeoman, and Christiana his wife, Helen Vaughan, spinster, Lady Dorcas James, wife of Sir Henry James, Knight, and Mary and Ann James her daughters, Elizabeth Wade, spinster, Mary Lunne, widow, Tobias Hinderson, yeoman, and Mary his wife, Frances, wife of Sir William Clarke, Knight, Helen Luellen, spinster, Elizabeth Barnsley, spinster, John Robinson, tailor, and Agnes his wife, Mary Gower, Elizabeth Reynoldes and Joan Derry, spinsters, Thomas Gage and Edward Gage, esquires, Barbara Gage, spinster, Margaret Talbott, spinster, Katherine Cashe alias Hutchinson, spinster, Jane, wife of Christopher Beeston, yeoman, William Allen, yeoman, Peter Smyth, printer, John Higgins, labourer, all of the same, Lady [blank] Harris of St. John Street, spinster, Alice Nashe of the same, widow, Robert Gatteris [Gutteris] of Charterhouse Lane, gentleman, and Margaret his wife, and Christiana Banckes of the same, spinster, all for not coming to church for three months.
Proclamation was made according to the form of the Statute.
Sess. Roll 538/184.
P.R.B. 1/43–45.

18 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Peter Marshall of Old Street [Clerkenwell], yeoman, and Roger Beswicke of the same [Whitecross Street], gentleman, for breaking into the house of Richard Wilson, and for assaulting and beating Mary, wife of the said Richard, being in the said house, at the same.
Fined 2s. 6d. and discharged.
Prosecutors:—Henry Canesbye, Jane Cranesbye, Helen Vause.
Sureties:—
For the said Peter:—Roger Tysdall [Tisdale] of Finsbury, gentleman, bailiff.
For the said Roger:—John Breerton of Whitecross Street, pewterer.
Richard Moorton of the same, constable, bound over for William Hardwick of the same, yeoman, charged to have sent a challenge to the said Peter, contrary to the King's edict.
Sess. Roll 538/115, 116, 119, 185.
Sess. Roll 2/169, 172, 178.

18 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Pyke of Cow Cross, yeoman [of St. Faith's, book-binder], for stealing twenty-six books called grammars worth 24s., ten other books called "Virgells" worth 10s., twenty-four books called — worth 8s., one other book called "Castillian's Dialogues" worth 4d., three books called "The Practise of Piety" worth 5s., five other books called — "wth closett" worth 2s. 6d., one book called a — worth 8s., three other books called "Sutten on the Sacraments" worth 2s. 6d., and two other books called "To learne to live" worth 2s., belonging to John Drawwater [Drauwater, Drawater] of St. Faith's, book-binder, at Cow Cross aforesaid.
At large.
Prosecutor:—Dorothy, wife of the said John.
Sureties:—George Pyke of St. Foster's, goldsmith, and Samuel Albyn of Chancery Lane, stationer.
William Elfes of St. Andrew's, Holborn, stationer, and the said Samuel bound over for receiving the said stolen books.
Sess. Roll 538/1, 2, 57, 186.
Sess. Reg. 2/172.
G.D.R. 2/47.
P.R.B. 1/42d.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Agnes Lambe of Hackney, spinster, for stealing two fustian doublets worth 5s. and a pair of breeches worth 4s., belonging to Isaac Marshall of the same, yeoman, at the same.
Not guilty.
Sess Roll 538/125, 187, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45.

5 January, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Gwynne [Gwin] of Westminster, yeoman, and Alice, wife of Edmond Brasier of the same, yeoman, for an assault and battery on Henry Lumbert [Lumbarde, Lumbart, Lumber] of the same, cook, one of the constables of the same, in the execution of his office, at the same.
Came and pleaded not guilty.
Prosecutors:—Lewis Morrice, David Dawkins, John Goddard of Westminster, yeoman, Arthur Rooper of the same, yeoman, James Larkins.
Sureties:—
For the said Richard:—Gregory Winter, Avery Easton and Thomas Gittens of the same, yeomen.
For the said Alice:—James Williams of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, yeoman [of Westminster, gentleman], and John Wilson of St. John Street, cook.
For the said Henry Lumbert, to keep the peace:—The said John Goddard and Arthur Rooper. The said Henry and John and Arthur came and pleaded not guilty.
Lewis Jones of Westminster, yeoman, came and pleaded not guilty because he says he is not the same person as the said Lewis Morrice.
Sess. Roll 538/151, 152, 153, 188.
Sess. Roll 541/1.
Sess. Reg. 2/166, 172, 178, 179, 185, 207.

1 November, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Elizabeth Rutter of Finchley, for exercising witchcrafts, enchantments, charms and sorceries upon William Lyon, son of John Lyon, so that his whole body is wasted away and he scarcely now can live; and upon Priscilla and Frances Field, daughters of James Field, and upon John Field, son of the said James, so that they languished and died at the same; and the jurors say that the said Elizabeth murdered the said Priscilla, Frances and John Field, and bewitched the said William Lyon lame.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Committed to gaol.
Sess. Roll 538/189, 190, 199, 202.
Sess. Reg. 2/173.
G.D.R. 2/45d.

—March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Griffeth [Greffeth, Griffen] of Acton, yeoman, [of Lingen, co. Hereford, labourer] for stealing one — worth —, two aprons worth 5s., two waistcoats worth —s., two smocks worth 6s., one pair of bodies worth 4s., one pair of shoes worth 2s. and one box of linen worth £5, belonging to Alice Raveninge of Long Crendon, co. Buckingham, spinster, at Acton aforesaid.
To the next.
Sureties:—Thomas Wilberd of Westminster, yeoman, and Thomas Cooke of the same, tailor.
Sess. Roll 538/74, 168, 191.
G.D.R. 2/46.
P.R.B. 1/43.

3 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Simon Peeche, John Wilcoxe, John Burrowes and William White alias Yorkeshire of St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeomen, for assaulting George Watson in the highway at the same, at a place called Woods close, and robbing him of two gown cloths worth 30s. and a cloak worth 20s., belonging to Henry Ironmonger; a gown worth 30s., belonging to Margaret Wilkenson; and a hat worth 2s., and 20s. in money, belonging to the said George.
The said Simon not guilty, the rest at large.
Sess. Roll 538/192.
G.D.R. 2/45d.
P.R.B. 1/42d.

4 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Priscilla, wife of Thomas Cercillier of Ely Rents in St. Andrew's, Holborn, yeoman, for being a common scold, to the great disturbance of all the inhabitants at the same.
Ordered to be "kuckt for a common scowlde."
Prosecutors:—George Cottell, gentleman, Francis Cleebury, Francis Buxton. A certificate brought to the Court under the hands of the inhabitants.
Sess. Roll 538/193.
Sess. Reg. 2/174.

26 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
John Allyson of Tower Hill, scrivener, and Thomas Buckell of Chancery Lane, tailor, for breaking into the house of Robert Mostyn [Mustian], esquire, at Islington, and for assaulting and beating the said Robert; and of the said John and Thomas and Isaac Thomas of the same, yeoman, for an assault and battery on John Martyn [Marten] at the same.
The said Thomas Buckell fined 6s. 8d. on first charge, and 3s. 4d. on second.
Prosecutors:—William Groute, Joan Williams.
Sureties:—John Perry [Perrey] of Aldersgate Street, grocer, and William Waynwright of Old Fish Street, victualler.
Sess. Roll 538/33, 117, 194, 195.
Sess. Reg. 2/169, 178.
P.R.B. 1/43.

28 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Richard Kensington of Old Brentford, yeoman, and Agnes his wife, for forcible entering the parlour of a certain house with appurtenances at the same called "The Talbott," being the free tenement of Margaret Layland, widow, in the possession of Isaac Hore, yeoman, and expelling the said Isaac and disseizing the said Margaret therefrom.
Let restitution be made by the Court.
Prosecutors:—John Meade, Owen Hoare, David Harris, Mary Mott, Ann Hoare, Margaret Parker.
Sess. Roll 538/196.
P.R.B. 1/43

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Roland Merricke of St. Andrew's, Holborn, brewer, servant to William Yorke of St. John Street, brewer, for hurting Hugh Brasier, a child, by leading a brewer's dray over his leg, which is thereby said to be broken.
Pleaded not guilty. Fined 3s. 4d. and discharged.
Prosecutors:—Thomas Brasier and Ann his wife, Margaret Carter, George Carter, Henry Soley, Katherine Smythe, Joyce Prieste.
Surety:—Leonard Richardson of Charterhouse Lane, cordwainer.
Referred to Mr. Attree and Mr. Hanley to end.
Sess. Roll 538/112, 197.
Sess. Reg. 2/169.
P.R.B. 1/43.

27 March, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].
Matthew Mawe [Mayhoe] of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields [Clerkenwell], butcher, for killing and dressing with the intention of putting to sale, during the time of Lent, sixteen wether sheep each worth 20s. and thirty calves each worth 18s., at the same, the said sheep and calves not being for the victualling of ships in foreign parts.
Pleaded not guilty. Fined.
Sureties:—George Cartwright of the same, smith, Thomas Chamberlyn [Chamberlayne] of St. Botolph's-without-Aldersgate [Barbican], merchant-tailor, and Stephen Acton of Aldersgate Street, merchant-tailor.
Handed over also in bail to Thomas Burton, gardener, and Matthew Margetts, innholder, both of the same, for arresting Henry Theodoricke [Theodricke] with a Marshal's man, when the said Henry was searching, by virtue of a warrant directed to him from the Bench, the house of the said Mawe for flesh which he there killed.
Sess. Roll 538/59, 92, 198.
Sess. Reg. 2/170, 172, 174, 179.
P.R.B. 1/43.

21 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Elizabeth Bennett and Alice Boswell of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, spinsters, for stealing a kirtle worth 5s., an apron worth 6d., a felt hat worth 5s., a ruff-band worth 12d., a waistcoat worth 6s., two ells and a half of holland worth 2s., and 3s. 6d. in money, belonging to Jane Securys, at the same.
Both detained in gaol for suspicion of robbery in the highway. Not guilty.
Sess. Roll 538/201, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45d.

10 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Peter Longe of Westminster, yeoman, Thomas Roberts, John White and John Jackson alias Yorkeshire of the same, yeomen, for breaking into the house of Sir Robert Mansfeild [Mansell], Knight, at Westminster, about twelve o'clock at night, and stealing one ewer and basin of silver worth £12, twenty silver plates worth £40, twenty-three silver spoons worth £10, a silver salt worth £4, a silver bowl worth 60s., five diaper table-cloths worth £5 and seven dozen napkins worth £8, belonging to the said Sir Robert; and of Edward Price of Golding Lane, yeoman, for receiving and helping them at the same after the said felony.
The said Longe stands mute and has judgment of the peine forte et dure.
The said Roberts, White and Jackson guilty, no goods, to be hanged.
The said Price at large.
Edith Lorde detained in gaol for being an accessory to the said felony. Respited to the next.
Prosecutor:—James Howell, servant to the said Sir Robert. Call to Mr. Recorder for an examination.
Sess. Roll 538/106, 203, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d, 45d.
P.R.B. 1/43.

24 September, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Edmund Duffeild [Cuffeld] of Westminster, yeoman, and Elizabeth Butcher alias Davyes of the same, widow, for plotting and contriving the cozening of Margaret, wife of John Fookes [Fowkes] of the same, gentleman, by borrowing from her 60s. in money, and giving her as a pawn a gold chain worth £5; afterwards the said Edmund got the gold chain into his hands by divers wiles, affirming to the said Margaret that he was coming back immediately, and gave back to the said Margaret, with the assent and consent of the said Elizabeth, a chain made and counterfeited of copper and other metals; so that the jurors say that the said Edmund and Elizabeth deceived and defrauded the said Margaret of the said 60s.
The said Edmund in the gaol of Newgate, acknowledges and receives judgment because he was previously convicted for felony.
The said Elizabeth in the gaol of Newgate, found guilty, to be set in the pillory and make restitution of £3 to the plaintiff, and respited to find sureties for good behaviour. Both respited after judgment. The said Elizabeth also charged with receiving stolen goods.
Prosecutor:—Theodore Hanley, gentleman.
Surety for the said Elizabeth:—Robert May of Westminster, painter.
Sess. Roll 538/159, 204, 234.
Sess. Reg. 2/166, 186.
G.D.R. 2/45d.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Thomas of Wapping, yeoman, for stealing an apron worth 4d., a pillowbeer worth 1d., a caul worth 1d., and a handkerchief worth 1d., belonging to Ann, wife of Richard Smyth of the same, sailor, at the same.
Acknowledges, petty larceny, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 538/177, 205, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45d.

3 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Parratt and Thomas Jones of Westminster, yeomen, and Walter Foster alias Leveratt of the same, yeoman [of Whitechapel, labourer], for stealing eight wether sheep each worth 30s., belonging to William Lawne, at the same.
The said Parratt guilty, seeks the book, does not read, to be hanged.
The said Jones at large. Afterwards found guilty, and not withdrawn at the Sessions held on 3 July, 13 James I [A.D. 1615]. Delivered by proclamation.
The said Foster acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
The parties were sent out of Surrey at the last Assizes. Call to Mr. Recorder for their examination. [See also p. 220.]
Sureties for the said Walter:—John Sharpe of Whitechapel, gunmaker, and Henry Weyme of the same, blacksmith.
Sess. Roll 537/22.
Sess. Roll 538/206.
Sess. Reg. 2/148.
G.D.R. 2/44, 45d, 55.
P.R.B. 1/42d.

10 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Roger Greenewood [Greeneford] of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, for stealing two pewter quart pots worth 2s., three pewter saucers worth 3d., a pewter dish worth 12d. and a pewter "aquavita bottle" worth 2d., belonging to a man unknown, at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutors:—Thomas Burton, gardener, Richard Parker and Robert Jefferie, yeomen, all of the same.
Sess. Roll 538/165, 207, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45.

10 January, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Ann [Agnes] wife of Edmund Constable of Shoreditch, yeoman, for stealing a down pillow worth 15s., belonging to Nicholas Izard [Isard] of Holywell Street, victualler, at Shoreditch.
Guilty to the value of 10d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 538/108, 208.
G.D.R. 2/45.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Margaret Jones of Stepney, spinster, for stealing a pair of sheets worth 12d., a spoon worth 1d. and "one quaterne of yarne" worth 2d., belonging to Elizabeth Stoker, at the same.
Guilty to the value of 10d., no goods, to be whipped.
Prosecutor:—Philippa Neblett.
Sess. Roll 538/209, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
John Harrington of Highgate, yeoman, Thomas Burrowe of the same, yeoman, and Thomas Marten of Kentish Town, yeoman, for stealing a cloak of mingled colour worth 30s., belonging to Humphrey Moseley, gentleman; a cloak of "blacke medley" colour worth 40s., belonging to Richard Atkins; another cloak of black medley colour worth 40s., belonging to Richard Godfrey of St. Julian's near St. Albans, co. Hertford, yeoman; a cloak of mingled colour worth 30s., belonging to William Kinge; a cloak of "white sandey" colour worth 40s., belonging to John Kinge; a cloak of mingled colour worth 40s., belonging to Robert Gill, gentleman; and a silver salt with a cover worth £3. 10s., a silver bowl worth £3. 10s., two silver spoons worth 13s. 4d., three diaper table-cloths worth 40s., two dozen diaper napkins worth 20s., two "cubbard clothes" worth 10s., three "bustian towells" worth 6s. and six flaxen table napkins worth 6s., belonging to Thomas Hayward, gentleman, all at Highgate aforesaid; and for stealing a cloak of Frederick Steward.
The said Harrington postponed to be tried, and respited for the Gaol Delivery of St. Albans, co. Hertford, where a burglary was done.
The said Burrowes and Marten guilty, no goods, seek the book, do not have it because there appears on evidence to have been a burglary in the county of Hertford.
The said Richard Godfrey bound over to prosecute, and certified by the servant of Sir Ralph Coningsbie, Knight.
Sess. Roll 538/139, 210–17, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d, 45, 45d.

19 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Benjamin Hale [Harle] of Ratcliffe, yeoman, for breaking into the house of Robert Keile of the same, esquire, at the same, about one o'clock at night, and stealing five cloaks worth £16, ten table-cloths worth £5, three dozen napkins worth 30s., six towels worth 6s., two rapiers worth 20s. and a sword worth 10s., belonging to the said Robert.
Not guilty. Respited for Mr. Recorder.
Prosecutors:—Thomas Lane, James Starre. Call for John Pulman.
Sess. Roll 538/179, 218.
G.D.R. 2/45, 48.

23 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Thomas Bowen and James Coggen of Cow Cross, yeomen, for stealing two sheep-skins worth 16s., two pieces of beef called "medriffes" worth 4s., a knife worth 4s. and two pieces of beef worth 2s., belonging to Simon Neale, at the same.
Both guilty, no goods, seek the book, read, to be branded.
Call to Sir Stephen Soame for an examination.
Sess. Roll 538/219.
G.D.R. 2/45.

15 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Basse of Kentish Town, yeoman, for stealing twelve wether sheep each worth 16s. belonging to Thomas Tarvar of Barnet, co. Hertford, yeoman, at Kentish Town aforesaid.
Acknowledges, seeks the book, does not read, to be hanged.
Prosecutors:—Richard Pryor of Barnet aforesaid, yeoman, William Smart and Thomas Dynes of Field Lane, butchers.
Sureties for the said Smart and Dynes:—Thomas Cole [Coale], butcher, and Thomas Honor, beadle, both of the same.
Sess. Roll 538/17, 18, 124, 220, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45, 46d.

17 December, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
William Jefferyes [Jefferies, Jeffreys] of St. Peter-ad-Vincula within the Tower of London, gentleman, for assaulting Ralph Treswell the younger of St. Sepulchre's, gentleman, in the highway at Whetstone, and robbing him of 35s.
Not guilty.
Prosecutors:—Richard Potter, William Fellowes, Robert Seafor, George Edmeston, John Putnam, William Foster.
Sureties:—James Thurlbie and William Death of St. Sepulchre's, grocers.
Sess. Roll 538/107, 109, 221.
G.D.R. 2/45, 47.

11 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Edward Flood of Ratcliffe, yeoman, for an assault and battery on Ralph Brenton of the same, yeoman, at the same, and for picking his purse out of his pocket and 15s. in it.
Guilty, fined 20s., and respited for good behaviour.
Sess. Roll 538/81, 222, 234.
G.D.R. 2/45.

10 October, 12 James I [A.D. 1614].
Cuthbert Duckett [Duckat] of Charterhouse Lane, —, for stealing a silver "tunnepott" with a cover worth £4, belonging to Dudley, Lord North, at the same; and of George [Roger] Kiddier [Kydder] of Whitechapel, yeoman, and Mary his wife, for receiving and helping the said Cuthbert at the same, after the said felony.
The said Cuthbert guilty, no goods, seeks the book, does not read, to be hanged.
The said George and Mary deleted, no true bill.
Prosecutors:—Henry Manynge [Maning] of Charterhouse Lane, gentleman, [of North-house in Charterhouse Yard, yeoman], John Hubbard of Norton Folgate, glover, and Rabige his wife.
Sureties for the said Mary:—William Spencer of St. Margaret Pattens, clerk, and Thomas Cowell of the same, turner.
Sess. Roll 538/120, 130, 176, 178, 223, 234.
Sess. Reg. 2/166.
G.D.R. 2/45, 47.

10 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
William Barrett and Walter Letheratt alias Foster of East Smithfield, yeomen, for stealing seven wether sheep worth £10, belonging to Henry Robinson, at the same.
The said William guilty, no goods, seeks the book, does not read, to be hanged.
The said Walter acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Sess. Roll 538/224.
G.D.R. 2/45.

1 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Elizabeth Roberts of Turnmill Street, spinster, for picking the pocket of John Parker of Clerkenwell, cook, at Turnmill Street and stealing a gold ring worth 16s. out of it.
Not guilty of taking from the person, but guilty of money to the value of 10d., no goods, to be whipped.
Sess. Roll 538/127, 225, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

20 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Grigson of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, yeoman, for stealing a violet coloured cloak worth 40s. and five pieces of pewter worth 6s., belonging to Richard Stratton of the same, victualler, at the same.
Not guilty.
Prosecutors:—Elizabeth, wife of the said Richard, John Pynder.
Surety for the said Elizabeth:—Robert Jeffrey of London, weaver.
Sess. Roll 538/96, 226, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

24 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Dorothy Jones of Shoreditch, spinster, for stealing a woman's black silk "callimancoe gowne" worth £5, a cloth petticoat worth 5s., an apron worth 5s., a felt hat with a cipres band worth 10s., two ruff-bands worth 10s., a smock worth 4s., a velvet purse worth 12d., a pail of wood worth 8d., a russet kirtle worth 6s., a waistcoat worth 4s., a box worth 2d., and 10s. 2d. in money in the said box, belonging to Nicholas Gilborne [Gilburne] of Bishopsgate Street, cobbler, at Shoreditch aforesaid.
Guilty, no goods, to be hanged. Not pregnant.
Sess. Roll 538/121, 227, 228, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

19 February, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Henry Elliott of Holywell Street, yeoman, and Emma his wife, and Thomas Pierson [Person] of the same, yeoman, for breaking into the house of Cuthbert Burbage [Burbidge] of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, gentleman, at Holywell Street, about twelve o'clock at night, and stealing a cloak "color French Russett" worth 60s., another cloak "color Russett" worth 40s., another cloak "color Daroye" worth 20s. and a green say apron worth 5s., being in the said house, belonging to the said Cuthbert; and for breaking into the house of Richard Burbage, gentleman, at the same, about twelve o'clock at night, and stealing "a darnixe carpett" worth 6s. 8d., a fowling-piece worth 24s., forty pieces of pewter worth 20s., three holland aprons worth 8s., a smock worth 4s., eleven falling-bands worth 25s., seven pairs of cuffs worth 4s. 8d., a falling-band laced worth 5s., three pairs of laced cuffs worth 5s., a handkerchief worth 12s., three other handkerchiefs worth 7s. 6d., "two cambricke headbandes and biggens" worth 10s., five cross-cloths worth 7s., five children's aprons worth 8s., three women's bands worth 18s., two laced handkerchiefs worth 6s., two-cross-cloths worth 12d., a caul and coif worth 2s., a diaper starching-cloth worth 4d. and divers other parcels of linen worth 20s., being in the said house, belonging to the said Richard.
The said Henry stands mute, and has judgment of the peine forte et dure.
The said Emma not guilty.
The said Thomas not guilty of burglary, guilty of felony, no goods, seeks the book, reads, to be branded.
Prosecutors:—Ann Newporte, Elizabeth Leeson, John Cottrell of Wapping, smith. Call to Mr. Sanderson for an examination.
Sess. Roll 538/80, 83, 229, 230, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

12 March, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Peter Longe [John Peters alias Longe] of Stepney, yeoman, for, breaking into the house of George Gouldman, esquire, at the same, about twelve o'clock at night, and stealing a cloak worth 30s. and a sword with a pair of hangers worth 15s., being in the said house, belonging to Peter Wright of the same, gentleman.
Acknowledges, to be hanged. Delivered by warrant.
Prosecutor:—Jenkin Reynoldes of the same, yeoman.
Sess. Roll 538/128, 231, 234.
G.D.R. 2/44d.

JURY LIST.

Christopher Fisher of Westminster, gentleman.Sworn.
Giles Brownerigge of the Strand, gentleman.Sworn.
Thomas Lee of the same.
John Muscott of the same.
Meredith Thomas of the same.
Richard Halsey of the same.
William Motteram of the same.
Thomas Bratt of Westminster.
Richard Burnaby of the same.
William Mennell of the same.
Roger Harsnepp of the same.Sworn.
Thomas Sparkes of the same.
Christopher Bennell of the same.Sworn.
Henry Burnett of the same.Sworn.
William Fludd of the same.Sworn.
Thomas Stedman of the same.Sworn.
William Hayward of the same.
Geoffrey Pasmore of the same.
William Vincent of Acton.
John Gates of Ealing.
Thomas Child of Acton.Sworn.
Joseph Holden of Hammersmith.Sworn.
William Burton of the same.
John Burton of Paddingswick.
Edward Westfeild of Paddington.Sworn.
Stephen Houghton of Finchley.
Jeremiah Littleboye of the same.
Thomas Saunders of the same.Sworn.
Robert Marshe of the same.
Abraham Rolfe of the same.Sworn.
Anthony Taylor of Hornsey.
John Foster of Whestone.
William Farrer of the same.
Thomas Lythall of the same.

Sess. Roll 538/183.

JURY OF MATRONS.
Ann Higgens, sworn.
Dorothy Nicholls, sworn.
Elizabeth Longe, sworn.
Helen Lloyd, sworn.
Joan Taylor, sworn.
Ann Smyth, sworn.
Joan Sympson.
Elizabeth Chaundler, sworn.
Elizabeth Bond, sworn.
Rose Marshe, sworn.
Katherine Marvin, sworn.
Margaret Whitbye, sworn.
Rebecca Sheppard, sworn.
They present that Dorothy Jones is not pregnant.
Sess. Roll 538/228.

—, 12 James I [A.D. 1614–15].
Jury writ, issued by Sir Thomas Lake, Knight, for the Sessions to be held on 28 March next following [A.D. 1615].
Endorsed by the sheriffs that the execution appears in a certain panel annexed to the same.
Sess. Roll 538/232.

NAMES OF JURORS.

Robert Kele of Ratcliffe, gentleman.Late.
Thomas Jones of the same, gentleman.Sick.
Richard Johnson of Stepney, gentleman.
Arnold — of Ratcliffe.
—————
Thomas Melton of Mile End.
Emmanuel Finch of Ratcliffe.Sworn.
Thomas Lickerishe of the same.Sworn.
John Clarke of the same.Sworn.
Richard Randsdell of the same.Sworn.
Richard W— of Mile End.10s.
Robert Knott of Ratcliffe.Sworn.
Henry Crowche of the same.Sworn.
Thomas Jones of the same, hosier.Sworn.
Thomas Glover of the same.Sworn.
Henry Woodowes of Stepney.Sworn.
William Wychnall of the same.10s.
Peter Meredith of the same.Sworn.
George Browne of the same.
Michael Jones of Limehouse.10s.
Richard Cornish of —
Richard Grissell of —

Sess. Roll 538/233.

Gaol Delivery Roll.
Rice Jones for suspicion of stealing the goods of Dorothy Buffe. Delivered by proclamation.
Elizabeth Gough detained in gaol for suspicion of stealing 45s. and other goods. Delivered by proclamation.
John Richardson detained in gaol for lack of sufficient sureties. Respited until his father wishes to undertake for his good behaviour.
Delivered by proclamation.
Edward Owen detained in gaol for suspicion of robbery in the highway. Delivered by proclamation.
Peter Woolman detained in gaol for having two wives alive. Delivered by proclamation.
Margaret Bavynger detained in gaol for lack of good sureties for the peace. Delivered by proclamation.
John Robinson and Andrew Coxe detained in gaol for stealing eight pigs from John Brise. Delivered by proclamation.
William Symson detained in gaol for suspicion of burglary. Delivered by proclamation.
— Powell detained in gaol for lack of good sureties.
David Wall detained in gaol for divers trespasses.
Tabitha Fernbey detained in gaol for lack of good sureties for good behaviour. Delivered by proclamation.
Thomas Tyson detained in gaol for suspicion of clipping gold coin. Delivered by proclamation.
Edith Sudall. Delivered by proclamation.
William Cashe. Delivered by proclamation.
Hugh Launder. Respited to prison at the order of Sir Henry Mountague, Knight. Respited without bail.
Collecke Burkbye. Delivered by proclamation.
Richard Leeche. Delivered by proclamation.
William Jones. Delivered by proclamation.
Henry White. Delivered by proclamation.
Alice Blayney. Delivered by proclamation.
Francis Smythe committed for the wounding of Thomas Borle [?] who is gravely wounded and in peril of death. Respited without bail. Delivered by proclamation.
Edward Moore discharged. Delivered by proclamation.

Respited before judgment:—
Bridget Thomas.
Katherine Pryse [Price].
George Billingsley.

Respited after judgment:—
John Slyfeild.
Edward Pingrell.
Richard Storie.
Richard Harris.
Sarah Harris.
Sess. Roll 538/234.
G.D.R. 2/44, 44d, 47d, 48, 54.

SESSIONS REGISTER. VOLUME II.

p. 164. Henry Southbye of Colnbrook, gentleman, for begetting a bastard child on the body of Katherine Cotton at "Dalbies lane," Holborn. Ordered with his own consent to pay 30s. to the Overseers for the poor of High Holborn and Gray's Inn Lane for the charges in keeping and burying that child.

Thomas Kempe of Wye, co. Kent, esquire, to keep the peace towards Joseph Gueste, constable of St. John Street.

Came and discharged:—

Thomas Fieldus of Friern Barnet, yeoman, for a riot at Finchley; William Sannye, Edward Done and Walter Smythe of the same, yeomen, for the like.

William Edlott of Kensington, smith, for the escape of John Cripps of Cow Cross, porter, for the robbery of Valentine Sanders, esquire. The said John came and was discharged (and G.D.R. 2/46).

p. 165. Nathaniel Newton, Thomas Sannye, Richard Smythe, Richard Skegge, Christopher Lymes, John Baylie and Edward Redheade are to be indicted with the said Fieldus and the rest for the riot at Finchley.

Came:—

Edward Abdye of Poplar, esquire, to give evidence against Anthony Grove of St. Katherine Cree Church, yeoman, and Richard Holder of Eastner, co. Hereford, yeoman, for suspicion of burglary (and G.D.R. 2/46).

Nicholas Awsiter of Ealing, yeoman, to answer for his contempt towards John Barnes, esquire, concerning the House of Correction. Handed over further in bail to John Francklyn of Greenford, gentleman, Thomas Sheppard of the same, yeoman, and William Reade and Henry Richardson of Ealing, yeomen, for his neglect in collecting money assessed upon the inhabitants there (and pp.196, 203).

John Norton of Stoke Newington, gentleman, for refusing to pay 13s. 4d. towards the building of the House of Correction, which was his assessment.

p.167. Came and discharged:—

Thomas Hancocke of Saffron Hill, butcher, to keep the peace.

Olive Cooper of Turnmill Street, widow, to be of good behaviour.

Alexander Tompson of Whitecross Street, glover, for the like.

p.168. John Hooley of Shoreditch, victualler, for tippling without licence.

p.169. John Sparkes of Cow Cross, spinster, to be of good behaviour.

p.170. Respited:—

John Robinson of Edmonton, picture-maker, and Elizabeth, wife of John Nuttinge of Norton Folgate, to keep the peace, respited to the next at the request of Sir Ferdinand Heybourne, Knight.

p.172. Came and discharged:—

Terence Keagoe brought into the Court by the constable of Kentish Town.

Lawrence Penn of Petticoat Lane, yeoman. Suspected to be a receiver of stolen goods.

p.173. Peter Beacon, headborough of East Smithfield, committed for not executing a warrant upon a special supplicavit to arrest Richard Stratton of the same, yeoman; and the said Richard committed until he put in good sureties to the supplicavit.

John Gipkin of Shoreditch, picture-drawer, charged to be the reputed father of a bastard child wherewith Elizabeth Yongley now goeth.

p.174. Henry Barsnett committed for stealing forty pounds' weight of lead belonging to a man unknown at St. John Street. To be whipped and sent by pass to Chelsea.

Thomas Willowes of High Holborn, innkeeper, came and pleaded not guilty, and was handed over in bail to William Richardson of the same, gentleman; and Edward Clarson of the same, yeoman, came likewise and was handed over in bail to the said Thomas. Brought writs of certiorari (and pp. 178, 179).

Richard Denham of Purleigh, co. Essex, yeoman, to give evidence against John Griffen of St. Andrew's, Holborn, gentleman, for cozening the said Richard of 40s. under colour of a warrant, saying he was a "pursevante"; and the said John to appear.

pp.174, 175. Licensed tipplers:—

George Gryes of Wapping, victualler [cook]. Sureties:—William Lowe of the same, cook, and Edward Warren of Cow Cross, yeoman.

William Lowe of Wapping, victualler. Sureties:—the said Gryes and Warren.

William Shawe of Whitechapel, yeoman. Sureties:—John Syveatt of the same, yeoman, and Henry Walker of Golding Lane.

Jonas Bartlett of the Duchy, yeoman. Sureties:—Thomas Kitchin of St. Bartholomew's and Anthony Coles of the same, yeoman.

Thomas Piers of Ratcliffe, cook. Sureties:—Brian Ashton of the same, yeoman, and Matthew Kirbye of Whitechapel, yeoman.

Joseph Slade of East Smithfield, glover. Sureties:—Richard Drewe of the same, cutler, and Nicholas Goddarde of Wapping, sailor.

GAOL DELIVERY REGISTER. VOLUME II.

f.44. Delivered by proclamation:—

Joan Sutton, William Powell, Richard Burlinge, John Evans, John Andrewes.

f.44d. Respited for good behaviour:—

Thomas Peirse.

f.46d. Came and discharged:—

Thomas Sheldon of Field Lane, broker.

f.47. Thomas Jones of St. George's, Southwark, labourer.

PROCESS REGISTER OF INDICTMENTS. VOLUME I.

f.43 For recusancy:—

Francis Bradshawe of High Holborn, gentleman, Thomas Davies, cutler, John Hopkins, yeoman, and John Medcalfe, yeoman, all of the same. Certified in the King's Bench by writ of certiorari, Easter Term, 13 James I [A.D. 1615].