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To the fifth he answereth and deposeth that there were
4 Englishe shipps att Talloone at the tyme inter of and of with
the aforesaid Mr Cooke was master but he [?]
of the [?] had knoweth not, but hath heard that [?]
all round [?]. And saith that hee did not att [?]
tyme while hee was at Talloone [?] the said Mr
Ellison speak to any of the Englishe merchants aforesaid not to
take in any of the said Ellisons companie as is inter. And
further hee cannot depose.
To the 6th hee answereth and deposeth that hee
doeth verily believe and in his [?] is persuaded that
[?] wages and [?] them money att Talloone to
have brought them home, they would not [?] spoke
or given out any ill report of him either att Talloone or
else where. And futher hee cannot depose.
To the 7th hee saith hee hath known the inter Captaine
Ellison ever since hee was a child and did [?] to the said
[?] with him and hath often bin in his compainis but
not whilst hee was at Talloone, where hee saith
hee never had any [?] with him. And further hee cannot
To the 8th hee cannot depose.
To the 9th hee cannot otherwise then as aforesaid answer nor
To the 10th hee cannot answere or depose then as
aforesaid saveing that hee saith there was one of the
[?] compainie which was onboard the [?]
att Talloone [?] might have [?] for
England [?] here again [?] and
[?] into the [?] of the [?] hee being
as hee saith one of Captaine Ellisons servants.
To the 11th hee cannot depose.
To the 12th hee saith that hee heard some of the
[?] companie report att Talloone that [?]
of them were during the said fight got into
[?]. And further hee
To the 13th hee saith hee heard some of the companie
of the ship the [?] say that Captaine Ellison [?]
toward into the hould of the said ship [?] the said
voyage to Cooke his [?] with [?]
[?] report otherwise [?] as aforesaid
[?] there being as hee saith various reports among
the said ship companie of that [?] of the said Ellison.