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John Rogers summoned to answer Richard Wylkins


The plaintiff's declaration is that the aforesaid Rogers on the 14th day of April, anno 39 Elizabeth I., entered into an arrangement that if he (plaintiff) would take a house in Stratford called the Maiden-heade, and purchase certain implements being in the same, the said Wilkins should have not only the grinding of his malt and other stuff, and the carrying of the same backwards and forwards with his [Rogers's] horse, together with all necessary herbs in the garden of defendant for the space of a twelvemonth, but also promised a sum of ten shillings the which Valentine Taunte undertook to pay