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To the 7th and 8th hee referreth himselfe to the Registrie of this

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first it is donne as required, and saith hee is ˹of the GUTTER˺ XXXX
in XXXXXX to the said widowe, namely hee married her mothers sisters
daughter, but favoureth the parties according to truth, and
soe would give victory, and otherwise negatively saving as aforesaid

To the second hee saith that this rendent imployed men to make the
said shipp tight and staunch as the said goods were beginning to be
laden and otherwise negatively saving as aforesaid.

To the third hee saith the said shipp was fully laden by the 28th
of November last old stile, and on the first of Nov december shee
was to have bin cleered at the Customes house, but the said Launders
went his way, and noe order was taken for her clearing, soe that shee
was forced to lay by that occasion till the fourteenth of May January
next following, and then XXXXX XXXXXX arrested for the XXX XXXX
of cloth thither imported by the said Launder, and detained till the
three and twentieth of the same moneth, and then the winde was
contrary till towards the end of ffebruary next following, and
of then as soone as the winde served shee departed and set saile for
London, and here arrived about a fortnight after.

To the fourth hee saith the said fish were laden in rainy weather
and received dammage in the transportation by meanes of very
fowle weather and greate stormes, which hee saith the said shipp met
with in her passage, howbeit hee saith the said dammage at
the time of the shipps arivall here and delivery might have bin
made good woth fiftie or sixtie Rex dollers at most. And
otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the fifth hee saith that the said shipps company assisted such
as the said Landers added to them to stowe all the goods, but hee
ordered and directed all the stowage himselfe, and saith the
said Christian weresoe hired the said shipps company to serve
in the said shipp, by the approbation of this deponent, and
otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.

To the 6th hee saith that 8 barrells of the said tarr were
leaked out in the said passage and the same happened by the
said fowle weather, each barrell worth 16s 8d sterling, and
otherwise negatively, saving as aforesaid.

To the 7th hee saith there was about a day and halfes delay GUTTER
in delivery of the ˹rest of the goods˺ goods there in regard that Mr Southwood XXXX
˹after receipt of halfe of thXXXX XXXX˺ XXX XXXXX pay this deponent the freight, nor XXX thereabouts
the further XXX XXXXXX thereabouts, nor receave any order from
Launder for his receipt of the ˹rest of the˺ said goods, but Mr Launders XXXX GUTTER
and ordering the delivery ˹of the said rest, they were delivered and˺ to XXX Mr Southwood hee and the
said Southwood received them. And otherwise cannot answer.

To the 8th hee saith the said Laundery paid only an hundred
and fiftie Rex dollers and a halfe in part of freight as BXXXX GUTTER
and paid six or seaven Rex Dollers to the Sailemaker for the
small LXXk sailes for the said vessell, And otherwise negatively
saving this deponent received XX of the said 1501/2 Rex dollers, and XXXXX GUTTER
Rex dollers and a halfe worth of kersey XXXX received by the XXXXX XXXX and the Skipper 94 Rx dollers