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22 BAGOT V FITZGARRETT
John Bagot, gent v Mr FiztGarret, gent
Bagot complained that an Irish gentleman, Mr. FitzGarrett, had given him the lie and assaulted him. Claiming that he was a maimed man, and that FitzGarrett was plotting further trouble for him, Bagot desired the Earl Marshal to send for FizGarrett and examine his abuses. Nothing further survives.
'Your petitioner, lately coming to the chamber of one Mr FitzGarrett, an Irish gent, (in a friendlie sort) where he found three other persons with Mr FitzGarrett. The petitioner giving no just occasion of quarrel or offence, FitzGarrett gave him the reproachfull word of the lye, and also made an assault upon him.
Now, forasmuch as your petitioner having a great charge of wife and children, and himself a maimed man, humblie beseecheth your lordship (for avoiding further trouble and danger which the petitioner hath found they have plotted against him) to send for FitzGarrett and to heare and examine the abuses, and thereupon to take such order as in your lordship's wisdom and judgement shalbe thought expedient. And your petitioner shall praie.'
- Initial proceedings
- Petition: EM267 (no date)
People mentioned in the case
- Bagot, John, gent
- FitzGarret, Mr, gent
- Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel and Surrey
Places mentioned in the case
Topics of the case
- giving the lie