The Essex antiquarian; an illustrated magazine devoted to the biography, genealogy, history and antiquities of Essex County, Massachusetts Volume 3-4

 
9781236484413: The Essex antiquarian; an illustrated magazine devoted to the biography, genealogy, history and antiquities of Essex County, Massachusetts Volume 3-4

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...kettle was broken when he had the canoe, and the little boy said (the rest is stenographic). George Story v. Peter Pettford of Marblehead. Defamation. Defendant to give public satisfaction. John Luff v. Willia Bennett and Georg Roaps.--Bullfinch, Sa: Colborne, Tho. Chubb and Elizabeth Elwood testified. Nathaneell Pitman v. Osman Dutch. About a raft. Wn Cotten, Thomas Ashley, Robert Dutch and Ricr Stakhurst deposed. Richrd Inkersell v. Josua Verrin. Referred to Lieft. Davenport, Mr. Henry Bartholomew and John Woodbury to determine by six o'clock to-morrow. William Harper v. Thomas Dexter, sr. Mr. Wells testified. Defendant is " to gett the fack and fuch things as was in it agene to ye pi:" Same v. Same. Judgment for plaintiff for his servant eleven months and for his men's sickness, physic and attendance. Same v. Same. For men's board when they did not work. William Witter v. Christopher Linsey. Execution to Mr. Pester for him. John Webster v. William Barber. Walter Knight and Thomas Chubb deposed that the warrant was served on Barber by Tho: Robins. Thomas Weeks and Jn Gidney v. Wn Pester. Thomas Smith v. xptor ffoster and Daniell King. Isbell Babson v. Jn White. Samuell Colborne testified. Gervas Garford v. Richard Lambert. Defamation. Defendant acknowledged his fault. Michaell Sallows v. Jeffry Easty. To be continued. BOXFORD INSCRIPTIONS. THE PERKINS GRAVESTONE. Jacob Perkins died of the small pox at his home in Boxford near the late residence of Francis Marden. The stone erected at his grave was lying on the ground in pieces twenty years ago, and is now entirely gone. It bore the following inscription:--IN MEMORY OF MR. JACOB PERKINS WHO DIED JANUARY Ii, 1777, IN Ye 47th YEAR OF HIS AGE. Mortal man cast an eye, Read your doom,...

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