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24th January 1636 in [xta] [?XX]

Digby con Therrye}

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Praise Barbone parochia sancta Bridgette ffleetstreet London
Letherseller aetats 38 annorum aut circiter testis in hac parte productis
iuratus et examinatus dicit quod Johend Digbye partem producen
10 annos aetaps aut eo circiter bene novit et Johem Thierry partem
con quam producit per annum aetaps aut circiter ex visu tantum novit

Ad primum secundum et reliquos arlos allonis in hac parte dat et oblat et scheduulam in ead menconate dicit et
deponit That in or about the moneth of October Anno domini 1635 arlate the arlate
John Digbye the producent did buy of this deponent the severall goods followeinge
and really payd or is to paye him for the same the severall sommes hereafter
menconned videlicet ten Cordivant Doubletts at 19 s per peece. nyne pounds, ffive
dozen and nyne payres of button gloves at 14 s per dozen, foure pounds six pence
eighte dozen of playne gloves at 7 s 6 d per dozen, three pounds, Two dozen
of Leather draivers at 25 s per dozen fiftye shillings, fower dozen of
leather stockings at 9 s per dozen, thirtye eight shillings, And nyne dozen and
nyne Spanish leather Capps at eighte shillings per dozen, three
pounds eighteene shillings, All which severall parcells of goods aforesayd were
the tyme aforesayd worth the severall sommes aforesayd, and at those rates
this deponent sould the like goods to other men And this he affirmeth uppom
his oath to be true for that he hath at the tyme of his examination in his custodye a bill of the particulars and prices Et alr nescit deponere saving he sayeth that the sayd Digbye
when he bought the sayd goods tould this deponent that he intended to send thesayd goods for Virginia and the sayd Digbye hath since shewed him letters
declaringe that the shipp the Constante in which the sayd goods were laden
to be transported therein for Virginia proved leakye and was not able to
proceed on the sayd voyage but was putt into the west Countrye and that the
sayd goods were wett and damnifyed.

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Stephanus Moore parochia Sancti Andree Hubberd London Cloth
worker, aetatis 23 annorum aut circiter testis in hac parte productus
iuratus et examinatus dicit quoad Johem Digbye partem producend
oer 7 annos aetaps aut circiter novit sed Johem Thierrye partem
con quam producit E non novit ut dicit/

Ad primum secundum et reliquos arles alluis in hac parte dat et oblat
et schedulam in eadem mentonat dicit et deponit That uppon or
about the 18th day of October Anno domini 1635. this deponent and his
partner Bryan Boden were imployed by the arlate John Digbye to
packe up the particular goods heerafter mentioned which were all packed up in
two bales, which (as the sayd Digbye then affoirmed) he intended to
send to Virginia videlicet one broade cloath of a sinament colour contayning
thirtye yards worth in his this deponents iudgement eleaven
shillings per yard, one gray broad cloath contayninge twentye eighte
yards worth in his iudgement ten shillings per yard, ffower peeces
of coloured Cottons cotayninge one hundred thirtye thre
yards and a halfe, worth in his iudgement one shillinge foure pence
per yard, seaven yards of blacke kersey worth in his iudgement
fower shillings per yard, Ten peeces of blewe lynnen conteyninge
fourtye nyne yards and a halfe worth in his idugment fourteene pence
per yard, Twentye two yards of black bayes worth in his iudgement 2 s per yard,
Two peeces of hangings contayninge fiftye two yards , ffower peeces of
stuffe halfe silke, contaynunge nynetye one yards and a halfe And one peece
of silke saye contayninge seaventeene yards, but the vallue of the sayd hanginge [?of]