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Eodem xvjth October. 1657. [CENTRE HEADING]


Farwell of Margate Ralph Tebb. Master}
4 Thomas Jenkinson ind xij quarters of wheat}
and lxxxx quarters of Mault. Per Cert xviijth October. 1657.}


John and Mary of London John Gray Master}
5 John Shaw ind iij Baggs Containing vij C weight of}
Annettseeds. Per Cert: 28th. September 1657}


Unicorne of Milton, Henry Reynolds Master}
6 James Lambert ind iij baggs of wool Containing ij C}
weight a [?parcell] and vj Seames of wheate Per Cert: 13th October 1657}

October the 17th 1657. [CENTRE HEADING]


Hopewell of Woodbridge Nicholas Ashly Master}
1. Thomas Stanly ind xxvj C. xxxxix Cheese iiij C}
xxiij and iij firkins of Butter and a halfe and iij potts of butter}
v C lx. v [parcells] of sackcloth and [?Pould]: one load of house=}
hold stuffe and one sack of Flax. Per Cert. xijth October 1657}


Jane of Burnham John Brown Master}
2 Augustine George inds x. quarters of whea lxxx quarters of}
Oates. xxx weigh of Cheese and xxx firkins of Butter}
Per Cert xth day October 1657:}


Samuel of Sandwich Isack Robbins Master}
3 William Jorden ind xxxx quarters of wheat ten quarters}
of Pease and j C and l quarters of Malt Per Cent xiiijth October 1657.}


Richard of Sandwich William Hills Master}
4 Andrew Arkins ind one hundred lx quarters of Mault}
a peece of Linsey woolsey a peece of Serge returned}
Per Cert xth October 1657.}


Blessing of Margate Hugh Hash Master}
5 Edward Brook ind vij Thousand of pan tiles}
with other goods Per Cert xxvjth day of September 1657}


Isack of Plimouth William Thomas Master}
6 Phillip Edwards ind ij Baggs of Cotton wool quantity}
iij C and l pounds. Per Cert 2th October 1657}


Hopewell of Feversham Phillip Bucler Master}
7 Henry [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] ind xxx quarters of Malt xv quarters of wheat}
iij Trusses of Broadcloth on hogshead of vinegar xvj sacks}
of English flox quantity vij C weight Per Cert xvth October 1657.}