Adventurer vs. Vanderhoaf (1782)
Defendent's Plea judged bad. Case continued for one term to determine money damages. Plaintiff agreed to one penny in damages.
- Plaintiff: Adventurer
- Defendant: Richard Vanderhoaf
- Plaintiff's Attorney: Theophilus Parsons
- Defendant's Attorney: Rufus King Esq.
Essex Court of Common Pleas
- April 1782 Ipswich: Case heard and continued
- Disposition: Defendants plea judged bad but case continued to determine Damage.
- July 1782 Salem: Case disposed
- Disposition: Defendant's plea had already been judged bad.
Monetary Damages: One penny Damages.
Court_Costs: One penny Costs.