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deliver those goods and then relade there wynes as many
as his said shippe could conveniently carry and 4
hogsheads to a tonne
for the accompte of the said Vincent Delabarr or
his Assignes and from Nannts to returne with those
wynes into the Downes and there to stay two dayes
for order from the said Vincent Delabarr or his
Assgnes to goe to Dunquerque there to unlade
the said qwynes, and the said Delabarr promised to give
him the said Carlisle for freight of the said
wynes nyneteene gilders a tonn with primage and
average accustomed, Carlisle undertooke that the said
shippe should depart from London uppon
that voyage in October 1635, but the day hee
certainely remembreth not, and after they the said
Delabarr and Carlisle were soe aggreed, the said
Delabarr gave this examinate a twelve pense and bidd him
give that to the said Carlisle as an earnest to binde
him to the said bargaine, and this examinate delivered that
to the said Carlisle and hee accepted that as an
earnest uppon the bargaine aforesaid, and that ws
aggreed betweene them that a Charter party should
bee drawen betweene the said Delabarr and Carlisle
according to the said aggreement and they went
togeather to a scrivener by the Exchange and gave
him directions to draw such a Charter party, which
accordingly was drawen, and about two or three dayes
after, they the said Delabarr and Carlisle went againe
to the said Scrivener and this examinate with them, and
there they read over the draught of the said Charter
party which was drawen accordinge to the aggreement
afore said and they the said Delabarr and
Carlisle well approve thereof onely by both their contents that was then added to that the said

Delabarr should
pay half the losse
by exchange of the
monies which
Carlisle should
receive at Dunquercke

and Carlisle said
that hee would come and give order for the ingrossinge
of that, and about three or fower dayes after this examinate againe
mett with the said Carlisle and asked him if hee did
provide his shipp for the voyage aforesaid, and hee
said hee did as faste as hee could, but a while after
recanted and tooke a voyage for Roane in ffrance and
never signed or sealed the Charter party aforesaid
for ought hee ever heard, And this hee affirmeth
uppon his oath to bee true who was the party that
brought the said Delabarr and Carlisle to the
treaty and aggreement aforesaid, At elr nescit./