57 Dunster-Glover Case

    At a Second Sessions of the County Court held at Cambridge by adjournment June 24, 1656.

    Present Mr. Bellingham Deputy Governour, Captain Daniel Gookin, Major Simon Willard, Major Humphrey Atherton [. . .]1

    The plaintiff and defendant appearing in Court mutually agreed to refer this case to the Hearing and determination of the Honoured Bench.

    Mr. Henry Dunster sometimes husband to Elizabeth the relict widow of Josse Glover deceased plaintiff Against John Glover Gentleman deffendant in an Action of the case for debt upon account and for rights and interests in any wise apperteyning to the said Henry from the estate now claimed by the said John Glover by vertue of the last will of his father Josse Glover Deceased.

    [On the reverse]

    In the cause betweene Mr. Dunster plaintiffe and John Glover defendant the Court finds for the defendant: cost of Court: and find the [devise?] to be the amounts here unto annexed and Draw[n] up which are to remene records of Court.

    Henry Dunster Papers. This is the first portion of the final decision; printed in I. Thomas, The History of Printing in America (1874 edition), i. 385.