- 1656 June 7th, John Thurloe [aut.] and Thomas Birch [ed.], “A letter of intelligence from the Hague, this 7th of June 1656 [N. S.]” in A Collection of the State Papers of John Thurloe, Eſq; Secretary, Firſt, to the Council of State, and afterwards to the Two Protectors, Oliver and Richard Cromwell., volume V (London, 1742), page 71
- When a creditor will accept ſolutionem particularum vel correi, the debtor or the correus muſt pay
- 1707 December 17th, Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall [ed.], The Deciſions of the Lords of Council and Seſſion, from June 6th, 1678, to July 30th, 1712, volume II (Edinburgh: printed for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, 1761), page 404
- Since this act, few take bonds with cautioners, but bind them all as correi and principals, whatever bonds of relief they may have among themſelves in writs apart.