[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Chancery Decrees and Orders (PRO C33/97 'A' book)

3.5.1599 easter term (Thursday 3 May 1599)

document 18200102

Edw earl of Oxford plaintiff Roger Harlakenden defendant the matter in question between the said parties having been fully heard and long debated by the counsel learned on both parts this court nevertheless thought not mete to give any judicial order in the cause but doth order that either of the said parties shall make true and short briefs of the matters by them set forth touching the cause and either party to see each others briefs to the end that the may be well warranted by the proofs and then the same briefs being subscribed by the counsel on either side shall illegible text delivered to the lord keeper who will be pleased to consider thereof and then give such order in the cause as shall be mete