Lillicrap, James, : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Thorn, Charles Ratcliff, master, an appeal from Jamaica, Charless Ratcliff the master and Richard Stiles the supercargo, claimants of the said schooner and cargo, on behalf of and as the true lawful and sole property of Thomas Callender and Thomas Shipley of Philadelphia, merchants and citizens of the United States of America, and also for the private adventures of themselves, the claimants, and of Samuel Wagner, also an American citizens, appellants, against James Lillicrap, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Dispatch, the captor and Charles Bishop, Esqr., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents [electronic resource] : case on behalf of the claimants and appellants.
Lillicrap, Peter, : Iter Britannicum, or, Englands sad journall : from her first entrance into the wilderness of sin : which was at the begining of that long unhappy Parliament, Novem. 3 1640, when the people began to murmur against Moses and Aaron, to the present year jubilee 1660, By a rural and rufull observator, an old barzillai; though poor, yet faithful tot he interest of his soveraign, the Lord anointed : who had the happiness to hear King James proclaimed King of England, Scotland, &c. at Cambridge Cross : after he had been 14 moneths admitted scholar in Christs-Colledge, viz; March 25. Anno Dom. 1603.