Recordatur

RECORDATUR. An order or allowance that the verdict returned on the nisi prius roll, be recorded. Bac. Ab. Arbitr. &c., D.

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aboute a xij monethes since," and each made a point of saying that he did not recall the exact time and day--or as the clerk wrote, "vt modo recolit et tempus et diem aliter perfecte non recordatur" (7)--though one (Marchaunt) said that it was "at the tyme of the sessions." Both "then and ther sawe the articulated Wim Appowell put his hande vnder the Coates of one woman" who was "standinge vppon a forme" according to Marchaunt, "vppon a benche" according to Stone.
Super secundo deponit eundem esse verum et reddendo causam scientiae su[a]e dicit et deponit that he was personally presente in the house articulated togethr wth one Edward [CO--Stoninge] Stone [CO--wher and when aboute] at the tyme of the sessions in the night season aboute a xij monethes since vt modo recolit et tempus et diem aliter perfecte non recordatur And then and ther sawe the articulated Wim Appowell put his hande vnder the Coates of one woman beinge then and ther presente [M--standinge vppon a forme] but her name this depont knoweth not And the Cause of all ther beinge ther was to see pappett players which was then and ther a handlinge et aliter nescit deponere./
Alter eos qui nos omnis, qui populum Romanum vita private conati sunt, qui delere imperium, qui populi Romani nomen exstinguere, punctum temporis frui vita et hoc communi spiritu non putat oportere atque hoc genus poenae saepe in improbos civis in hac re publica esse usurpatum recordatur. (4.7)