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A35614 The case of James Percy, claymant to the Earldom of Northumberland with an impartial account of the proceedings he hath made in the several courts of justice in order to the proving and obtaining his right and title to the said Earldom : humbly addressed to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliamnet [sic] assembled. Percy, James, 1619-1690?; Grey of Ruthin, Charles Longueville, Baron, 1618-1643. 1685 (1685) Wing C923; ESTC R219212 14,579 14

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not_o answer_v whereupon_o four_o several_a attachment_n issue_v against_o he_o direct_v to_o the_o coroner_n of_o the_o county_n of_o northumberland_n but_o before_o any_o obedience_n will_v be_v give_v thereunto_o or_o execution_n procure_v thereon_o the_o claymant_n plaintiff_n in_o the_o cause_n be_v necessitate_v to_o be_v at_o the_o extraordinary_a expense_n of_o send_v person_n on_o purpose_n from_o london_n into_o northumberland_n to_o procure_v the_o same_o to_o be_v execute_v note_v these_o delay_n spend_v all_o trinity_n michaelmas_n and_o hillary-term_n 1682._o and_o easter-term_n 1683._o trinity-term_n 1683._o the_o coroner_n return_v cepi_n corpus_n but_o neither_o bring_v in_o the_o body_n nor_o assign_v the_o bail-bond_n and_o be_v therefore_o amerce_v five_o pound_n michaelmas-term_n 13_o november_n 1683._o the_o plaintiff_n move_v and_o obtain_v a_o order_n for_o a_o further_a americiament_n of_o ten_o pound_n against_o the_o coroner_n and_o liberty_n for_o the_o plaintiff_n to_o examine_v his_o witness_n de_fw-fr bene_fw-la esse_fw-la november_n the_o 20._o 1683._o upon_o another_o motion_n a_o further_a amerciament_n of_o twenty_o pound_n november_n the_o 27._o 1683._o upon_o another_o motion_n a_o further_a amerciament_n of_o forty_o pound_n hillary-term_n 1683._o january_n 25._o upon_o another_o motion_n a_o further_a amerciament_n of_o one_o hundred_o pound_n and_o then_o order_v that_o the_o former_a amerciament_n shall_v be_v forthwith_o estreat_v and_o levy_v february_n 12._o 1683._o upon_o another_o motion_n a_o further_a amerciament_n of_o fifty_o pound_n and_o to_o be_v forthwith_o estreat_v easter-term_n 1684._o april_n 16._o upon_o another_o motion_n and_o information_n o●_n these_o matter_n and_o that_o no_o obedience_n be_v give_v by_o the_o coroner_n it_o be_v order_v that_o the_o comptrollor_n of_o the_o pipe_n shall_v forthwith_o issue_v special_a process_n to_o the_o sheriff_n of_o northumberland_n for_o levy_v those_o amerciament_n and_o that_o the_o process_n shall_v be_v returnable_a the_o first_o day_n of_o the_o next_o term_n and_o that_o mr._n craister_n shall_v not_o have_v his_o quietus_n until_o he_o have_v answer_v the_o plaintiff_n bill_n and_o clear_v his_o contempt_n yet_o no_o obedience_n yield_v 10_o of_o may_n 1684._o upon_o another_o motion_n a_o further_a amerciament_n of_o one_o hundred_o and_o fifty_o pound_n 30_o of_o may_v 1684._o mr._n craister_v put_v in_o his_o answer_n and_o upon_o the_o plaintiff_n motion_n it_o be_v refer_v to_o the_o remembrancer_n to_o tax_n the_o plaintiff_n his_o cost_v for_o these_o abuse_n and_o delay_n which_o amount_v to_o one_o hundred_o sixty_o four_o pound_n twelve_o shilling_n six_o penny_n and_o yet_o tax_v but_o at_o twenty_o one_o pound_n sixteen_o shilling_n and_o six_o penny_n now_o any_o reasonable_a man_n will_v have_v imagine_v that_o after_o all_o 〈…〉_o and_o contempt_n this_o small_a pittance_n of_o 21_o will_v 16_o s._n 6_o d._n cost_v shall_v have_v be_v ready_o pay_v but_o observe_v the_o contrary_n 20_o june_n 1684._o upon_o the_o plaintiff_n motion_n ordered_n that_o unless_o mr._n 〈◊〉_d by_o monday_n then_o next_o pay_v to_o the_o plaintiff_n the_o cost_v 〈◊〉_d the_o amerciament_n shall_v forthwith_o be_v levy_v 27._o june_n 1684._o the_o plaintiff_n move_v further_a and_o inform_v th●_n 〈…〉_o be_v not_o pay_v whereupon_o order_v the_o cost_v be_v pay_v that_o day_n 〈…〉_o motion_n but_o not_o a_o penny_n pay_v michaelmas-term_n 1684._o nou._n 4._o the_o plaintiff_n move_v the_o 〈…〉_o form_n that_o no_o cost_v be_v pay_v nor_o any_o obedien●●_n give_v to_o the_o 〈…〉_o whereupon_o a_o attachment_n be_v ●warded_v against_o 〈◊〉_d unless_o he_o 〈…〉_o 21_o will_v 16_o s._n 6_o d._n and_o 1●_n s._n and_o 4_o s._n more_o for_o 〈◊〉_d of_o cost_v 〈…〉_o but_o no_o obedience_n give_v hereupon_o the_o plaintiff_n b●_n petition_v to_o the_o b●ron●_n of_o the_o 〈…〉_o the_o whole_a progress_n the_o cause_n have_v have_v and_o that_o to_o put_v the_o plaintiff_n to_o 〈…〉_o craister_n the_o nou●_n with_o the_o ordinary_a process_n be_v to_o run_v the_o old_a 〈…〉_o in_fw-la infinitum_fw-la and_o that_o the_o plaintiff_n have_v take_v all_o the_o method_n that_o 〈◊〉_d can_v advise_v and_o to_o no_o purpose_n pray_v the_o consideration_n 〈◊〉_d by_o the_o 〈◊〉_d and_o such_o course_n to_o be_v take_v 〈◊〉_d the_o defendant_n as_o may_v enforce_v obedience_n 〈◊〉_d these_o or_o the_o like_a reason_n incert●●_fw-la in_o his_o petition_n first_o the_o notorious_a and_o out-daring_a practice_n of_o the_o 〈◊〉_d and_o 〈◊〉_d fly_v in_o the_o face_n of_o the_o court_n by_o their_o unpresidented_a disobedience_n to_o authority_n and_o render_v the_o same_o contemptuous_a to_o all_o and_o ineffectual_a in_o it●_n justice_n to_o the_o prosecutor_n second_o the_o ruin_n hereby_o follow_v the_o suitor_n not_o only_o by_o the_o 〈◊〉_d charge_n but_o delay_v three_o for_o that_o it_o be_v dishonourable_a and_o reflect_v upon_o the_o justice_n as_o well_o as_o 〈◊〉_d of_o the_o court_n that_o any_o person_n shall_v be_v suffer_v to_o dare_v and_o tri●●e_v with_o 〈◊〉_d and_o ruin_v the_o prosecutor_n immediate_o under_o the_o protection_n thereof_o if_o after_o ●uch_o delay_v he_o must_v yet_o further_o suffer_v in_o his_o real_a expense_n ●●casioned_v 〈◊〉_d by_o this_o unparalleled_a contempt_n of_o justice_n the_o loss_n of_o near_a ●●_o s._n 6_o d._n in_o the_o pound_n the_o cost_v tax_v be_v little_o more_o than_o 2_o s._n 6_o d._n in_o the_o pound_n and_o last_o for_o that_o nothing_o deter_v any_o person_n from_o contemn_v justice_n but_o make_v the_o delinquent_n exemplar_n upon_o this_o petition_n the_o court_n order_v that_o if_o craister_n do_v not_o pay_v the_o cost_v by_o a_o day_n certain_a in_o michaelmas-term_n 1684._o then_o all_o the_o former_a amerciament_n to_o be_v forthwith_o levy_v and_o a_o further_a amerciament_n set_v notwithstanding_o all_o which_o the_o plaintiff_n be_v put_v to_o the_o charge_n of_o several_a other_o motion_n for_o the_o cost_v and_o they_o not_o pay_v until_o the_o beginning_n of_o hillary-term_n last_o 9_o january_n 1684._o the_o claymant_n by_o petition_n humble_o address_v himself_o to_o his_o late_a sacred_a majesty_n and_o the_o lord_n of_o his_o privy-council_n brief_o set_v forth_o the_o say_a matter_n in_o the_o suit_n against_o craister_n and_o that_o the_o proceed_n of_o craister_n and_o the_o coroner_n be_v in_o notorious_a contempt_n of_o his_o majesty_n dignity_n and_o authority_n and_o tend_v not_o only_o to_o the_o bring_v his_o majesty_n court_n of_o justice_n into_o contempt_n but_o to_o the_o obstruction_n of_o justice_n in_o general_n and_o utter_a ruin_n of_o the_o claymant_n in_o particular_a upon_o this_o petition_n the_o claymant_n receive_v a_o gracious_a verbal_a answer_n that_o the_o whole_a matter_n of_o the_o petitioner_n cause_o shall_v be_v hear_v and_o determine_v in_o the_o next_o ensue_a parliament_n that_o it_o be_v necessary_a to_o make_v his_o say_a late_a majesty_n by_o his_o attorney_n general_n a_o desendant_n to_o the_o claymant_n say_a bill_n in_o the_o court_n of_o exchequer_n he_o make_v humble_a application_n to_o the_o say_a attorney_n general_n to_o put_v in_o a_o answer_n thereunto_o but_o have_v not_o hitherto_o be_v so_o happy_a as_o to_o obtain_v the_o same_o whereby_o the_o claymant_n further_o proceed_n in_o that_o cause_n be_v at_o a_o full_a stop_n now_o it_o remain_v that_o the_o claymant_n answer_v some_o objection_n much_o insist_v on_o by_o his_o adversary_n as_o object_n i._o that_o the_o claymant_n at_o first_o derive_v his_o pedigree_n from_o sir_n richard_n percy_n as_o his_o great_a grandfather_n and_o afterward_o from_o sir_n ingleram_fw-la percy_n answ_n this_o be_v admit_v to_o be_v true_a in_o fact_n but_o the_o occasion_n of_o derive_v from_o richard_n percy_n be_v 1._o the_o match_n of_o the_o percy_n be_v rend_v out_o of_o the_o herald_n book_n and_o sir_n ingleram_n percy_n be_v be_v quite_o lest_o out_o of_o the_o first_o pedigree_n 2._o the_o misfortune_n of_o the_o family_n of_o the_o percy_n in_o queen_n elizabeth_n time_n and_o thereby_o those_o of_o they_o under_o who_o the_o claymant_n be_v immediate_o descend_v drive_v out_o of_o their_o native_a country_n and_o from_o their_o father_n house_n in_o a_o most_o obscure_a manner_n mere_o for_o preservation_n of_o their_o life_n in_o their_o tender_a year_n 3._o the_o take_v away_o the_o court_n of_o ward_n and_o inquisition_n post_fw-la mortem_fw-la 4._o the_o interruption_n in_o the_o execute_n the_o office_n of_o herald_n in_o ●he_n time_n of_o the_o late_a rebellion_n 5._o the_o adversary_n have_v the_o advantage_n o●_n possess_v themselves_o of_o all_o the_o memorandum_n and_o record_n of_o the_o late_a earl_n of_o northumberland_n algernoon_n and_o joscelin_n and_o the_o pedigree_n and_o descent_n of_o that_o family_n 6._o the_o advice_n abovesaid_a give_v to_o the_o claymant_n by_o sir_n edward_n walker_n sir_n john_n