To the Worshippfull Justice at the quarter Sessions now held at Ruthin
The humble pettition of John Robert Yellin sheweth
That yo[u]r poore pettition[e]r hath Served in the late warr vnder the Comand of Maior Manley And Capt[ain] John Morris And Collonel Ellis where yo[u]r poor pettition[e]r hath byn Taken prison[e]r at Middlewich where yo[u]r pettion[e]r fell sicke for the about the space of one wholl yeare. And lastly vnder the Comand of Collonel Robinson
Now yo[u]r poor pettition[e]r humbly desireth yo[u]r wor[shi]pp[fu]ll And Charitable Consideration of him now in his ould declineing days That it may stand with yo[u]r pleasure to Confer vpon him Some little pention towards his Releife in his old days; And it shall be the prayers of yo[u]r pittioner for yo[u]r Worr[shi]ppfull health & prosperity now & ever.
11 Jan[uary] 1668
The substance of this petition is true.
Mr Pritchard I pray you preuaile with ye Court to releeue this poore man, his petition being true and his case sadd.
Yo[u]rs Francis Manley
10 Jan[uary] 1669