onged to Collins, and both were given up to him. But Converse would not admit a permanent defeat, and six months later, December 10, 1670, he brought action against Collins for review of the case.
The witnesses in the review were mostly for Converse.
They testified that after the court the mare was carryd to Mr. Collins but she came back again, and being fetched away she returned again after harvist.
When lett gow at liberti shee might agon away, but would not at any time.
Jacob Cole, Samuel Frost, John Carter, Johnathan Wade, Thomas Gleason, Jermiah Sweyn, Samuel Champney and others all testified that the mare and colt belonged to Converse, that she was not branded, and that colt's teeth were found in hir mouth and that she was coming five years old.
One witness testified shee was going six years old and had never been branded.
It is evident that the mare and colt claimed Josiah Converse as their owner and his farm as their home.
As the mare would not remain at the Collins far