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 says that Edes did earnestly entreat mr Waldgrave not to do him any wrong alleging that he was a very poor man and that the mill was all his stay notwithstanding that by reason of some speeches then used by mr Waldgrave to Edes Edes did yield to leave the possession of the mill and when he left the said mr Waldgrave or some other by his appointment called to him Diglett to come into possession which he did but he says he did not remember that mr Waldgrave did consult any of them there present to lay any hold on Edes saying he would send him to gaol nor that Edes did entreat mr Waldgrave not to do so saying that he said he would rather leave the possession of the mill as in the interrogatory nevertheless Diglett remembers that mr Waldgrave did threaten Edes with imprisonment or utter any other threatening speeches to Edes and further he cannot say