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London [LH MARGIN]

Goods wares and Merchandize, brought into this Port of London by
Coast Cocquetts and Transires from the Outports and from
Scotland from the 1st October 1657 to the 25th
June, 1658 inclusive.

1 October 1657 [CENTRE HEADING]

Ipswich [LH MARGIN]

Marygold of Ipswich John Lainly Master}
1 dennis Gawden indigenous [?X]ij C iiij xx firkins butter xvij Cwtt Cheese}
six peeces English pouldanis j hogsheads English spiritts per Cert xxvj}
September 1657}


Blessing of Newhite Thomas Ward Master}
2 Edmund Caluin indigenous xx [?n] plaine Tyles lxxv baggs}
of English hopps ij chests iij baggs of Clothes and Lynnen}
per Cert, xxix th September ult}


William of Whitstable William Gilmore Master}
3 Item mr xxx quarters Oates xx quarters mault ij quarters Pease per Cert}
xxviij September ult}


Neptune of Leigh Cornelius Pattenson Master}
4 Idem mr xxx quarters of Oates xij quarters beanes and vj quarters wheat}
per Cert xxviij September 1657


John of Preston Georg Nicholson Master}
5 James Riddell indigenous l Chalder white Salt per Cert 17th July 1657}


Seaflower of Milton George Aldree Master}
6 James Lambert merchant ix loads faggotts tenn baggs}
Tann and vij quarters wheate per Cert xxviij September ult}


Unity of depthford Tho: fflowes Master}
7 John Heeth indigenous one pack q [?X] ij C wtt Scotish Linnen yarne}
per Cert xxvth August 1657}

ffreindshipp of Woodbridge Henry Redgrave Master}
8 Cxxviij Chalder of Coles per Cert x th September ult}