Transcription of a Writ for the Arrest of John Davies of Llanafanfawr parish.
George the Third by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King defender of the faith to the Sheriff of Breconshire Greeting.
We command you that you take John Davies late of the Parish of Llanafan fawr in your County farmer if he shall be found in your Bailiwick and him safely keep so that you may have his Body before our Justices of our Great Sessions of your County on the first Wednesday in December next coming to answer David Davies of a plea wherefore that he with force and arms the close of the said David at Brecon and other injuries to himself did to the great damage of the said David and against our peace And also to answer the said David according to the Custom of our said Court in a plea of trespass on the case upon promises to the damage of the said David of Sixty Pounds and place you then there this writ. Writing George Hardinge Esquire at Brecon the Seventeeth Day of August in the fifty-first of our reign.
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