1 item (25 leaves) : paper ; 37 x 30 cm folded to 30 x 20 cm
The depositions of witnesses, Bejamin Darby of Withicombe and Edward Ray of Bridgewater, before Robert Hunt, Esq., George Ffulford, Esq., and Hugh Hodges, the younger Esq., and interrogatories in the cause of John Odber the younger, Thomas Stroude and his wife Mary (the widow of Parkinson Odber), and John Odber the elder regarding the estate of Parkinson Odber. "Deposicons of witnesses taken at Sherbourne in the County of Dorsett [on the?] twentieth day of Aprill in the three and twentieth yeare of the reign of [our] sovereigne Lord Charles the Second ... in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand six hundred [sev?]enty and one." Notes on the left margin of leaf 1, the verso of leaf 14, and on the verso of leaf 25. Holes and/or tears on the left margins. Tearing and damage with loss of text on leaf 25.
Ms. document. Title devised by cataloger. Collation: Paper (watermark: Indeterminée, not in Briquet), fol. 25. Foliated by contemporary hand. Layout: Written in single columns of 13-17 lines. Script: Written in cursive with headings in hybrida. Origin: Written in England in 1671 or, possibly, 1683. Shelfmark: Berkeley, CA, the Robbins Collection, UC Berkeley School of Law, Robbins MS doc. 76.
Restrictions: Inquiries concerning this item should be directed to the reference librarian for the Robbins Collection.
Tied at top of document with strip of parchment.
Robbins MS doc. 76
Sherbourne, England, 1671.
Place of Publication or Printing
England -- Sherborne.