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Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Third Report of The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1872), p. 62.

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[1613-14, Jan. 26 P].— List of causes specially appointed to be heard in the Star Chamber this sitting day: viz., William Crosse, of Salisbury, against Leonard Mogridge and others, for riots, &c. Humphrey Whitney, со. Worcester, against Humphrey Cratford and Charles Cratford. for forging of an assignment of a lease, &c. Robert Sandford, со. Essex, against John Smyth and Leonard Caston, for forgery, fraud, riots, &c. Christopher Levins, of London, against Thomas Teason and others, for riots, &c. With marginal notes relative to the first-named cause, and the amount of the fines imposed on each of the defendants. [1 p.]


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