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John Jayle of Shadwell in the Countye of Middlesex mariner aged about 25
yeares sworne and examined as aforesayd/
ffive barrells of trade, fower barrells of pease and oat meale, fower barrells
of beee, two Iron plates, two truncks, one dry hogshead, one cheste, two
grindinge stones, one truncke ond dry hogshead, two drumms, two port mantells
five holberts, six pikes, one packe, two small boxes, one hatt case, one
close stoole, two fryeinge panns, one gridiron, two barrells of small shott
fower barrs of Lead, one barrell one halfe barrell, one firkinge, three truncks
one hamper one hogshead, fower cases No 1. 2. 3. 4. and three rundletts
and two Iron potts. Alsoe seaven Rundletts, one great chest fower
musketts and one Iron pott marked as in the margent, Alsoe one
hogshead two chests one Rundlett, one chest, one bale of Canvas, and
two boxes of wax candles marked as in the margent/
To teh second he sayeth That his precontest William Bennett kepte
the accompts of the goods laden abord the sayd shipp at Seranam and
the Barbadoes, and that there was laden abord her at Seranam
speckled wood, and at the Barbadoes Tobaccoe, and Cotton woolls but
the quantityes of the sayd goods he cannot expresse, all which goods (as
he beleiveth) were delivered out of the sayd shipp in the porte of London
excepte three baggs of wooll which were by the order of Mr hopkinson one of
the merchants landed at ffalmouth. Et alr nescit deponere/