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Eodem xth October 1657 [CENTRE HEADING]


William of Dover James Hales Master}
Samuell Var md vj baggs quantity xxxiiij C weight xij quarters}
3 of wheate vij quarters barley xxx sacks of shavings}
and powder of hornes vj C of Bricks ij load of howshold goods}
ij C of P[?XXXX] j load of browne paper xx old musketts and one old}
C[?opper] quantity iiij C weight per Cert primus precedent}


John of Whitstable John Ellenden Master}
4 John Ewell md xl quarters wheate and xl quarters Oates per Cert}
primus precedent}


Mathew of Sandwich Jeffery Ellett Master}
5 Isack Robins md fifty quarters wheate one hundred quarters Mault}
xx sacks of Onyons halfe a load of howsholdstuffe and one}
sack of Cony skins in the Mathaw per Cert jst precedent}


John of Rye Thomas Oke Master}
6 Christopher Cole md xvj tonns plancks and barrell Boards per Cert}
xvj September 1657}


Willingminde of Shoram Edw: Briggs Master}
7 John Morgan md one hundred and fifty barrells of Red and yellow}
Earth and sixty nine barrells of Callamy quanity in all forty tonn}
per Cert iij September 1657}


William and John of Rye Henry Mann Master}
8 William Crispe md xvij tonns of Barr Iron and tenn Loads}
of Oaken Tann per Cert xiiijth September ult}


Samuell of Hastings John Bayly Master}
9 Thomas farr md nine thousand of Coopers Timber}
per Cert xxijth September ult}


Dolphin of Maldon William Steele Master}
10 Roger White md 45 quarters of Oates and x quarters of wheat}
per Cert. vjth October 1567 (sic)}


Elizabeth of Plimouth John Collingye Master}
11 Isaack Tyllor md and others iiij Butts [?2]}
puncheons xj hogsheads of Barbadoes Sugar}
under the degree of white Cent j hundred and vj C}
weight j hogshead of [?ditto] sugar quantity iiij C weight}
Custome paid by John Martin 30th July past
two puncheons of [?ditto] Sugar quantity xij C weight}
Custome paid by John ffleming .1: August .1657 eight}
Pipes eight hogsheads of [?ditto] sugar quantity eighty viij C weight}
The first parcell above mentioned paid Custome 24: 27}
July and 27 August last past per Cert 24 September (57).}