Salisbury, to Wit.
At a Superior Court of Justice holden before his Majesty's assistant Judge Edmund Fanning Esq., this the 22nd day of Sept 1767.
Present—The Hon. Edmund Fanning Esq A. J., Capt Abram Alexander fined the last Court for his nonattendance as a juror—was excused. The venireys for the several counties, Rowan, Anson & Mecklenburg having been returned & called over, and appeared &c, The Court adjourned until tomorrow at 9 o'clock.
Ordered by the Court that Mr Richard Henderson be and [he is] hereby appointed by the said Court, attorney for our sovereign Lord the King in the absence of the Attorney General, during this present Court &c.
This day came into open Court Christopher Rendleman, Staffell Boo, John Rendleman & John Hainline, and were naturalized according to law by taking the oath appointed for that purpose, & by subscribing and receiving the test &c.
Peter Beam & Michael Buin Natives of Germany came into open court and was naturalized according to law by taking the oaths appointed for that purpose and by repeating and subscribing the test.
Salisbury to Wit.
I do believe in my conscience that there is not any transubstantiation in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper or in the elements of bread & wine at or after the consecration thereof by any person whatsoever &c.