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King v. Stewart: 1773–1774

From: Adams Papers | Legal Papers of John Adams | Volume 1 | C. Torts | King v. Stewart: 1773–1774

1Editorial Note (Adams Papers)
This case, an early instance of patriotic violence which disturbed Adams deeply, arose on the...
Province of the Massachusetts Bay To His Excellency the Governor The Hon orab le His Majestys...
To The Honle. His Majesty’s Justices of the Supr. Court of Judicature Court of Assize &c. Now...
To the Sheriff of our county of Cumberland his under-Sheriff or Deputy, Greeting. We command You...
Richard King v. Jno. Stewart & al This was an action of trespass—and on motion of Mr. Bradbury...
I receved Yours of the 17th. Current, and a Second that appears to have ben wrote Since. In your...
Whereas Richard King Esq. hath released me from Gaol where I have been sometime confined by...
I Silas Burbanks of lawful age testify and say, that in the spring of the Year 1766, a few days...
I John Newbegin of Lawful Age testify and say that the Evening of the 18th Day of March 1766...
I Jonathan Wingate of lawful age testify and say that about eight or ten days before Mr. Richard...