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CCR_193_B1F6_Vice_Admiralty_Court_1740_1749_040

North Carolina George the Second by the Grace of God King
of Great Britain & al

To the Marshall of our Court of Vice Admiralty greeting:

We command you cite Thomas Taylor John Davis John
Norris Edward Scott William Davis Barns

all of Pasquotank County in the province of North Carolina
personally to be and appear at our Court of Vice Admiralty
to be held at the Court House in Denton on Fryday the
seventeenth day of this Instant February at ten of the
clock in the foornoon. Then and there to testifie the truth
in a cause these depending and then and there to be
tryed between our Sovereign Lord the King Gabriel
Johnston & John Hull [...] against Michael[ Roa?] master
of the schooner Charming Peggy [...] as also the said [Johnson]
her cargo tackle apparrel & amunition &c here in fail
not and make due return
Witness Joseph Anderson Esq Judge of our Court of
Vice Admiralty at Denton the 17th day of February 1746
Jas, CravenR : V : A. [?]

CCR_193_B1F6_Vice_Admiralty_Court_1740_1749_040

North Carolina George the Second by the Grace of God King
of Great Britain [..]

To the Marshall of our Court of Vice Admiralty greeting:

We command you cite Thomas Taylor John Davis John
Norris Edward Scott William Davis Barns

all of Pasquotank County in the province of North Carolina
personally to be and appear at our Court of Vice Admiralty
to be held at the Court House in Denton on Fryday the
seventeenth day of this Instant February at ten of the
clock in the foornoon. Then and there to testifie the truth
in a cause these depending and then and there to be
tryed between our Sovereign Lord the King Gabriel
Johnston & John Hull [...] against Michael[ Roa?] master
of the schooner Charming Peggy [...] as also the said [Johnson]
her cargo [...] apparrel & amunition [..] here in fail
not and make due return
Witness Joseph Anderson[..] of . Judge of our Court of
Vice Admiralty at Denton the 17th day of February 1746
[James] CravenR : V : A.