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Gregorius Clement parochia Sancti Georgy Buttolphe
Lane London mercator aetats 42 annorum aut circiter teste
in hac parte productus iuratus et examinatus/
Ad primum et secundum arlos allegacionis in hac parte dat et oblat, dicit
et deponit That for these foure or five yeares last past by conference with
merchants uppon the Exchange he hath understood that the common rate
for fraighte of a shipp of the burthen of two hundred and fiftye tones
with twenty two peeces of ordnance; and thirtty eight men and sufficiently
victualled and furnished for a voyage
from the port of London to the Newfound Land, there to lade fishe
and from thence to sayle to Barcelona and Tarrogona or other
parts in the straights to discharge the same, is foure pounds and
foure pounds ten shillings or therabouts per tonne and soe much he this deponent
if he had occasion for the like voyage woukd give for
a shipp of the like burthen and [?force] and soe manned victualled
and furnished as aforesayd Et alr nescit deponere/
Gregory Clement [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Claes Richters de Hamburgo nauta aetats 44
annorum aut circiter testis in hac parte productus iuratus
Ad primum secundum et tertium arlos allegacionis in hac parte dat et oblat dicit
et deponit That within the tyme arlate the goods brought to the porte of London
in the arlate shipp the Pellican (wherof this deponent is
master) were laden abord her at Lisbone in Portugall. to be transported in her to Dover and
there were partly to be discharged and the rest at Hamborowe, but for
whose accompts the sayd particular goods were laden he knoweth
not but referreth himselfe to the bills of ladinge brought into the Registry
of this Court Et alr nescit deponere/