[From Manx Soc, vol. 26]
At ye Court at Whitehall, Jany 12" 1662/3 -2*
His Maty is graciously pleased to referre the consideracõn of this Peticon to Mr. Atturney & Mr. Solicitor or either of them, who are to examine what is therein alleadged & then to report to his Maty, what they conceive just & fitt for his Maty to do in it for yor Peticonr satisfaction Upon which his his Maty will declare his further pleasure
May it Please yor matie .
In obedience to yor Maties Reference on this Peticon I have considered thereof and doe humbly conceive that the Peticon' is legally capable of yor Mties grace & favor both to comand that hee be brought upp to be heard before yor Matie and Councell and also for Pardoning his offence if yo Matie shal be soe Pleased-Which is humbly Submitted &e G. PALMER. 12' Jan. 1662.
On the right hand margin of the Petition appears Peticon of William Christian Recd 9' Jan. 1662. [The above Petition and Reference is entered in the Entry Book vol. xiii. p. 202.]
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