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begin or further prosecute any citation, libel, or other process or sentence thereupon, in our High Court of Admiralty, against C. D., before the Right Worshipful Sir James Marriott, Knight, the judge of our said court, touching any of the matters or things contained in a certain petition or bill by him the said C. D. exhibited before the Chancellor and Barons of our said Exchequer against you the said A. B., but that you, and every of you, wholly desist from the several matters aforesaid, and all further proceedings thereupon, until you the said A. B. shall have fully answered the said bill, and our said court shall have made further order thereupon. Witness, &c. the

day of in the year of our reign. By order of court made the same day, and by the Barons.

ELIOT.

(a) Injunction in the Exchequer to stay Proceedings

in Chancery. '

GEORGE, &c. To A. B., &c. greeting: Whereas J. S. hath exhibited his English bill before the Chancellor and Barons of our Court of Exchequer at Westminster, against you the said A. B., praying to be relieved as to the matters in the said bill contained; and (amongst other things) praying to be admitted to the equity of redemption of several lands and tenements in the parish of D. in the county of E. by him mortgaged to you the said A. B. And whereas you the said A. B. have, since the exhibiting of the said bill, exhibited another bill in our High Court of Chancery against the said J. S., touching and concerning the same matters as are mentioned and contained in the said bill exhibited in our said Court of Exchequer by the said J. S. against you the said A. B., and are unjustly proceeding upon the said bill so exhibited by you in our said Court of Chancery as is said: We therefore taking the said

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premises into consideration, do command and strictly enjoin you and every one of you by these presents, that neither you nor any of you do for the future, after the receipt of this our writ, or a true copy thereof, proceed against the said J. S. on the said bill, by you exhibited as aforesaid in our said Court of Chancery; but that you, and every one of you, do from henceforth wholly surcease and desist from all manner of proceedings whatsoever thereupon, until it shall be otherwise ordered by our said Court of Exchequer, and this you are not to omit under the penalty of five hundred pounds, which, if you neglect this our command, we shall cause to be levied to our use out of your goods and chattels, lands and tenements. Witness, &c. By order of court made the same day, and by the Barons.

Eliot.

(a) Injunction to quit Possession before Hearing.

GEORGE, &c. To the Sheriff of the county of greeting: Whereas J. S. hath exhibited his bill before the Chancellor and Barons of our Court of Exchequer at Westminster against A. B., praying to be relieved as to the several matters therein mentioned, and particularly touching, &c. (here state the prayer of the bill as the ground of the injunction): We therefore command and strictly enjoin you, that immediately after your receipt of this our writ you omit not, by reason of any liberty, but enter the same, and go to the said messuages, tenements, and lands, and forthwith remove, or cause to be removed the said A. B. his tenants or assigns from the possession thereof, and every part thereof; and put, or cause to be put the said J. S., or those he shall appoint, into the possession thereof, and of every part thereof. Witness, &c. , By order of court made the same day, and by the Barons.

ELIOT.

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(a) Perpetual Injunction.

GEORGE, &c. To John Greenwood, and to all and singular your doctors in the civil law, procurators, advocates, counsellors, attornies, solicitors, and agents, greeting: Whereas you the said J. G. did, in Michaelmas term, in the twelfth year of our reign, exhibit a bill of complaint before the Chancellor and Barons of our Court of Exchequer, at Westminster, against George Stinton, doctor in divinity, R. S., C. D., and E. F., thereby setting forth the following agreement:66 Eighteenth July, one thousand seven hundred and seventyone. An agreement then made between the Rev. George Stinton, doctor in divinity, rector of Newington, with its appurtenances, concerning the rent of the tithes thereof, with the several persons whose names are hereto set,” (then followed the agreement with each person to the end of it): And whereas by a decree made by the barons of our said court, on the fourteenth day of November last, in the said cause, and also in a cause between Francis Jacob, and J. L., W. K., and W. B., plaintiffs, and you the said J. G. and others, defendants; it is (amongst other things) ordered and decreed, that an injunction should be awarded to restrain you, the said J. G., from commencing any action at law, or otherwise prosecuting or suing the said occupiers, or any of them, for tithes in kind under the said agreement: We do therefore in execution of the said decree, hereby firmly enjoin and command you, and every of you, that from and immediately after your receipt of this our writ or notice thereof by you or any of you had, you or any of you do not institute any suit, or begin or prosecute any citation, libel, or other process or sentence thereupon, in any of our ecclesiastical courts, or any action, bill, plaint, or execution, at common law, against the said occupiers or any of them, touching or concerning the payment of tithes under the aforesaid agreement; and hereof you are not to fail, under the

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penalty of five hundred pounds, which, if you neglect to obey this our command, we shall cause to be levied to our use out of your goods and chattels, lands and tenements. Witness, Sir J. S. Knt. at Westminster, the fourteenth day of December, in the sixteenth year of our reign.

By the said decree, and by the Barons.

(a) Perpetual Injunction on a Bill taken pro confesso.

GEORGE, &c. To C. D. and to all and singular your counsellors, attornies, and solicitors greeting; Whereas A. B. hath lately exhibited his bill of complaint before the Chancellor and Barons of our Exchequer, at Westminster, against you the said C. D. defendant for relief (amongst other things) touching an action at law lately commenced by you the said C. D. against him the said A. B. as executor of one E. F. for the matters in the said bill mentioned: And whereas you the said C. D. have not yet answered the said bill, but are in contempt for not so doing, and all our processes of contempt have issued against you for want of your said answer : And whereas by a decretal order made by the Barons of our said court, on

day of reciting that a commission of sequestration had issued for seizing and sequestering your real and personal estates for your said contempt, and had been returned into our said court, and that an order had been made for the said cause to be put in the paper of causes, to be heard upon the said sequestration so returned: It was thereupon ordered and decreed by our said court, amongst other things, that the bill of complaint of the said complainant should be taken and deemed as confessed by you the said defendant; and that an injunction should issue, under the seal of our said court, to restrain you, the said defendant, from proceeding any further against the said A. B. in the said action at law, touching

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the matters in the said bill mentioned: We do therefore, in execution of the said decretal order, hereby firmly enjoin and command you and every of you, that from and immediately after your receipt of this our writ, or notice thereof, by you or any of you had, you or any of you, do not prosecute the said A. B. any further in the said action at law, touching all or any of the matters in the said bill of complaint mentioned; but that you, and every of you, do from henceforth entirely surcease and desist from any further proceeding against the said A. B. in the said action at law, from entering up judgment, or suing out or levying any execution thereupon, and this you shall in no wise omit, &c. Witness, &c. By the said decretal order, and by the Barons.

ELIOT,

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