Star Chamber (PRO STAC8/289/30 Eliz and Francis Veer v Rich Harlakenden)

29.11.4Jas1 (Saturday 29 November 1606)

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to the nineteenth question he says that Edes did earnestly entreat mr Waldgrave that he would do him no wrong alleging that he was a very poor man and that it was all his stay or liberty or words to that effect and mr Waldgrave answered that he would do him no wrong but was by law to send him to gaol that he would not suffer mr Waldgrave to come into the mill to view if it was held by force or not says that he Cobbe on behalf of Rich Harlakenden his master make offer to Edes that if Edes would leave the possession of the mill to Sam Diglett and satisfy Cobbe by proof that the lease was good that Edes should have the possession again without any further trouble with which offer Edes seemed to be contented and promised to leave the possession of the mill says that mr Waldgrave did not command any there present to lay any hold on Edes neither did mr Waldgrave threaten Edes with imprisonment otherwise or any other purpose than is before already showed nor does he remember any more to this interrogation