Catalogue description Short title: Cary v Prissick. Plaintiffs: Richard Cary esq of London . Defendants:...

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Details of C 6/393/48
Reference: C 6/393/48

Short title: Cary v Prissick.

Plaintiffs: Richard Cary esq of London.

Defendants: Christopher Prissick merchant, of London, Nathaniel Carpenter upholder, of London, William Codrington lieutenant colonel, of Antigua, West Indies.

Subject: An injunction to stop the defendants Prissick and Carpenter from proceeding in the court of Queens Bench to recover large sums of money due to the estate of Christopher Codrington colonel, of Antigua, West Indies, deceased, from the sale of the sugar crop from the deceased's plantations. The deceased's, heir, the other defendant, had requested the plaintiff not to pay: property in Antigua, West Indies; Barbados, West Indies and St Kitts, West Indies.

Document type: bill, answer.

Date: 1711
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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