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for the accompt of the sayd Cowse and that 71 pipes
of the sayd wines were marked with the first marke
in the margent and the other sixe with the second
marke, and that when the sayd shipp did arrive
at the Barbadoes with the sayd wines, the
Jones the Master did there deliver unto the factors of the
arlate Cowse but seaventy three pipes of the same
wines, and did of this deponents certaine knowledge
convert the other fower pipes to his owne use, for two
of the fower pipes this deponent did by the sayd
Jones his order carry ashoare amongst the beare
and the other two pipes were by the sayd Jone's his
order drawne into small vessells, and disposed of
them at his owne pleasure And further he cannot

To the rest he is not examined by order of the
party producent./

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first interrogatory he answereth that he commeth to be a
wittnes, being requested by the producents and that for 3 months he was Bosen
of the shipp in her voyage interrate, and that he hath
used the Sea these sixteene yeares, and hath gone
Bosen many voyages And further he cannot answere

To the second Interrogatory he answereth that he hath received (and
that from the interrate Jones) all the wages he is like to
receive, though he conceiv's he is not payd all that was
due to him, And to the rest he answereth negatively)

To the third Interrogatory he answereth that he found and it was
easy enough to be discerned that the sayd Jones was an
inexperienced Seaman, and Master by stowing of the
goods predeposed of in the scuttle of his shipp, and by his
obstinactenes, and not giving eare to advice when he was
told he was in an error, And he saith that he never
was with the sayd Jones before the voyage in question, and
he beleiveth it was the first Merchants=voyage that ever
he the sayd Jones made, And he answereth that it is
possible for an experienced Seaman to overshoote his
port And further he knoweth not to answere./

To the fourth he answereth negatively./

To the fifth, that he the Rendent did see the sayd bailes
of fustan and Linnen after they came out, opened, and
that they were wett and damnified, but to what valew he
saith he knoweth not, And further referring himselfe to
his former deposition he cannot answere./

To the sixth Interrogatory he answereth that by the order of the
interrate Jones one of the said pipes of wine was disposed
of unto one Captaine Beech at the Barbadoes and another
by his order was putt into a Cellar there, And further
he knoweth not to answere./

Repeated before Doctor

Adrian franck [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]