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did ever promise this deponent any thinge to come to speake or be examined
in this cause/
By mee Samuell Jorden [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
hamond con ffermes/
[?Rp X X]
Thomas Moore de Wappinge in Comitatu Middlesex nauta aetats 35 annorum
aut circiter testis in hac parte productus iuratus et examinatus./
Ad primum secundum et reliques arlos allons ex parte dicti ffermes in [?hXXXX]
causa dat et damiss, dicit et deponit That about two yeares and a halfe
since the arlate shipp called the Abraham of London (whereof the arlate
Henry ffermes was master) beinge at anchor in the Roade of Mevis in the West
ndyes, one Captayne Hurleston (who was a planter on that Island)
came abord the sayd shipp, And seized uppon the Chest and apparell and
sea Instruments, and a sword, which belonged unto Thomas Hamond
one of the masters mates of the saiyd shipp
Signum dru M Moore./ [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Thomas ffarrant servus Richardi Haddocke precinctus [?turis]
London nauta, aetatis 20 annorum aut circiter testis in hac parte productus
iruatus et examinatus