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444. (M.) Thomas Catchpole was indicted for not surrendering himself according to the King's order in council. ||This was upon information of John Leader before Justice Kellet, that he was assembled with divers other persons, being aiding and assisting in the running and landing goods liable to pay duty, &c . In which information was that of John Carbald , otherwise Gissling Jack. See No. 202, in Sir Samuel Pennant 's mayoralty. Also Charles Gawen and Jack Doe, No. 211, 212, in the same mayoralty, to which the reader is referred, the facts being fully proved, and the several steps taken according to the act of parliament, the jury found the issues for the king .