\"arrow\"testimony of Robert Brightmay  p-link

#32: John Tailour  c.  Agnes Fry  - Witness for Plaintiff, 1487-06-27
sourceLondon Metropolitan Archives, MS DL/C/A/001/MS09065, 21v
summaryRe-examined on interrogatories; no details recorded.
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Robert Brightmay. To the first interrogatory, the danger of perjury shown to the witness, he says as he said above. To the second interrogatory, he responds negatively to all its contents. To the third interrogatory, he admits its contents. To the fourth interrogatory, he admits its contents. To the fifth, he responds negatively to all its contents.Robertus Brightmay. Ad primum interrogatorium, exposito huic jurato periculo perjurii, dicit prout superius dixit. Ad secundum interrogatorium, respondet negative ad singula contenta in eodem. Ad tercium interrogatorium, fatetur contenta in eodem. Ad iiiitum interrogatorium, fatetur contenta in eodem. Ad vtum respondet negative ad singula contenta in eodem.