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22nd Aprilis 1637.

Wilson et al con Coltman./

det Wannerton./


Thomas Thrasher parochia oin [?Sanctorum] Barkinge London
deap etats 36 annos ait circiter testis in hac parte
productus iuratus et examinatus, dicit quad Rowland Wilson
per 12 anos aut circiter Henricu Lee per [?5 ayt] 6 annos aut circiter
Martinum Bradgate per 6. aut 7 annos aut circiter Richard Middleton
per 7 aut 8 annos, Thomas Hutchins per 5 aut 6 annos, et Willum
Garroway partes [?partes] producen per edem tempus,
et Willum Coltman ptem con qua producits per 6 annos
aut circiter bene respective novit./

Ad primum arlum libelli in hac parte dat et oblat dicit et deponit
That within the monethes and yeare arlate the arlate William Coltman
was generally reputed to be ower of the arlate lighter
called the Anne and his the sayd Coltmans servants
did carry and transporte with that lighter merchants goods from shipps ridinge
in the river of Thames belowe London bridge unto the shoare
and from the shoare to the shipp, and that he this deponent hath seene the
sayd Coltman pay wages unto those whome he imployed
and hired to serve in the sayd lighter, The premisses he knoweth to
be true for that the tyme arlate he dwelte and still doth dwell by
the Custome house gate, where the sayd Coltman was then wharfenger.
Et alr nescit deponere./

Ad 2. 3 et reliques arlos dicty libelli et schedula
in eisdem mencontat dicit et deponit. That within the tyme arlate
there came one of the arlate William Coltmans lighters
laden with sugers to the Custome house for which sugers as it
was then reported were brought from abord the arlate Luke
Whetstones shipp lyeinge in the river of Thames below LOndon
bridge, and the sayd lighter laye with the sayd sugers a day or two
at the sayd key before any of them were taken out of her, and when the
sayd sugers were takinge out of the sayd lighter it did appeare
that there was much water in that lighter, and that divers of
the chests of sugers in it had taken wett and were damnifyed
but in what condition the sayd sugers were at the tyme
of their delivery out of the sayd shipp into the sayd lighter or to whome the sayd sugers did belonge he knoweth not or
whither that lighter was the arlate lighter the Anne he cannot
remember beinge soe longe since, but he is certayne that that
lighter in which the sayd sugers then were was one of the
sayd Coltmans lighters, Et alr nescit deponere, savinge he sayeth that
about the tyme arlate the sayd Coltman did usually take and receive
[?1 or 6 d] for freight Idem sup Interr./ of every chest of suger brought
from shipps to the custome house key in his lighters./

Ad [?primum] rendet That he was borne in the parish of Saint John in Budge row
London and is a grocer by profession and therby maynteyneth himselfe Et
alr sati [?XXXX] est supra./