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Pitt against Mayer.}
The personall answeres of Wiliam Maior
made to the 6.th 7.th 13.th 15.th 22.th 24.th 25.th and 26.th and 27th positions of a pretensed libell
in fact given and admitted against him
on the parte and behalfe of Thomas
Pitt James Marshall and Ricarde
Westcombe followe videlicet/
To the sixt pretensed position hee answeareth and
beleiveth that after the unladeing of the shipp
arlate at the Barbathoes the voyage arlate,
Richard dennrs the factor of the alate Thomas
Pitt, and James marshall, did there lade aboard
the shippe arlate, with the proceede of the goods arlate, or of
some other goods (as hee beleiveth) of the arlate
Pitt and marshall, for the accompt of the said
Pitt and Marshall, Eight butts and twelve hoggsgeads
of muscavado sugar, and .1265. Rolls, and three
Bales of Tobaccoe many whereof were smalle
and not above three or fowre pound a peice, the
butts and hogsheads of sugar being marked and
numbred as is arlate, but the Rolls of Tobaccoe
were not marked (as hee beleiveth) to be transpor=
ted to Bilboa arlate, and there to bee delivered
to their factors or factor of the arlate Pitt and
marshall, accordinge to the Bill of Ladeing
thereof made, And hee beleiveth that the schedule
arlate, being one of the Bills of Ladeing signed
by this rendent, for the same, was at the