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Roberte Ostler of the parishe of Saint Midlreds Breadstreete
London Chaundler aged aboute 63 or thereabouts sworne and
examined as aforesaid saieth and deposeth as followeth videlicet

for this yeare and a halfe laste paste hee this examinate hath bine
acquainted with one Henry Maior of Weymouth whoe for that tyme
hath bine here for the most parte in London and hee this examinate saieth
that the said Maior is indebted unto him this examinate the sume of six
shillings and eight pence for bread and cheese and
drincke which hee had of him this examinate at severall tymes, and the
said debte hee saieth hath bine due to him this examinate for
these twelve monethes paste and is yet unpayd him and as hee this examinate hath bine informed
by his apprentice nowe liveinge in his house, whose demannded the said money
of the said Maior) hee the said Maior told him that hee
could not tell him wen hee should pay him) and this hee saieth
is true by vertue of his oath./

robert ostler [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


7 Junij 1637

Clements et aly pro bonis}
in nave the Pellican./



Dirrick van Leyne of Oldernbergh neere Hamborowe mariner aged about
35 yeares sworne before the worshipfull Joseph Martyn doctor of lawes Surrogate
to the righte worshipfull Sir Henry Marten knighte Judge of his Majestyes
High Court of the Admiraltye and afterwards examined uppon cetayne Interrogatories
ministred on the behalfe of Gregory Clements and others by the interpretation
of Thomas Chesheere and Daniel Vanderlake sayeth and deposeth thereto
as followeth videlicet./