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To the first second third fowerth and fifth articles of the sayd
allegation hee saith that hee this deponent about a moneth
last past and upon the Tuesday next
before the death of the arlate Robert Barker deceased) did with the privitie
and direction and consent as well of the arlate Gyles Travers
as of the sayd Robert Barker, and in the presence
of them both and alsoe of William Barker Esquire drawe upon an Accompt
in writeing of all transactions in matters of Merchandizeing affayres
and other transactions whatsoever which had before that tyme passed
betweene the sayd Gyles Travers and Robert Barker, in which
Accompte amongst other things was declared and expressed that the sayd
Robert Barker had a quarter part in a certaine Cargoe of Tobaccoes
formerly laden and sent by the sayd Travers and Robert Barker
into Spaine in the shipp the Eve allegate in Partnershipp and further saith that
upon the makeing up the sayd Accompt it did thereby appeare that the
sayd Mr Gyles Travers was indebted unto the sayd Robert Barker
in the summe of sixe hundred and odd poundes over and above the
quarter part of the sayd Cargo of Tobaccoes, and saith that the sayd Mr
Travers had a Coppy of the sayd Accompte then deliveredd unto
him by this deponent in presence of the sayd William Barker Esquire
and the sayd Travers did in presence of the sayd William Barker
and this deponent acknowledge that the sayd Accompt was true and
in all the perticulers thereof, and that the sayd Robert Barker
had a quarter part in the sayd Cargoe of Tobaccoe
and that hee the sayd Travers was over and aboue the sayd quarter part
of the sayd Cargoe of tobaccoe indebted to the sayd Robert Barker
in the summe of sixe hundred and odd poundes according as in the
sayd Account was conteyned, And hee saith the sayd Mr Travers
did not then or at any tyme after during the life tyme of the sayd
Robert Barker now deceased make any exception to this deponent against
any perticuler of the sayd Account And further hee
cannot depose for that hee was not privie to the
ladeing the sayd Tobaccoe nor to the investure of the proceede thereof
in wines and fruite, saving hee saith hee knoweth that the sayd Robert
Barker since the Accompt aforesayd passed in manner aforesayd
is departed this life, and as hee hath heard and beleeveth did in his life tyme
make his will in writing and make the arlate Sir John Barker his
brother his Executor./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee favoureth both the parties litigant alike and desireth
right may prevaile therein and to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively