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Ad Decimum [?XXXX] arlum dicta Allegacons ex parte
[?dei] [?Whittey] dat, deponit et dict That hee this deponent
being a Merchant by profession and Master
of a ship was at Leghorne in the yeare 1646. att which tyme
hee had occasion to remitt severall Sommes of Money And
saith that then and there hee did not make above 4. s 3 d
or 4. s 4. d at the most per Doller for each doller that hee
soe there delivered, But saith that in the yeare 1648. and
now of late since that hee hath had monies remitted him
thence at 5. s and 4. s 11. d at the least per doller. and for
soe much hee saith the same doe usually now passe by exchange
thence to London. Which hee knoweth hee this deponent
haveing lately receaved bills of Exchange from Leghorne and Venice
and hath had moneys remitted at that rate from
the said places aforesaid Et alr nescit deponere./
Ad 19um deponit et dicit that within the tyme arlate
hee this deponent saith of his certaine knowledge that Dollers were usually
sold in London at the rate of 4. s ix s and 4. s x. d per doller Et alr
Ad Interria./ [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad primum rendet that he this rendent haveing interest in
Commander pf a ship was at Leghorne in Annorum 1648. ut predepoiy
at which tyme and place he saith hee did pay his Marriners
their wages in dollers at the rate of 4. s 6. d per doller as
is interrate. Et alr nescit.
Ad 2um nescit rendere, saying hee was never in any of
the parts interrate/.
Ad 3um rendet that any Merchant whatsoever lending
or paying Dollers at Leghorne, to receave them here in
sterling money doeth usually stay 3. months space after
the date of the bill of exchange for the same. And saith
that if any Merchant will have such returnes to bee made
sooner then the said 3. moneths, they doe usually allowe accor=
ding to the interest for such summe. Et alr nescit
Ad 4um nescit se ad predepoita sua Et alr nescit.
Jeremy Blackman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
die pred. [CENTRE HEADING]
Super allegatione pred examinatus./
Willimus Rider parochia Sancti Andrew Undershaft
London Cives et Mercator einsdem civitatis
aetatis 42 annorum aut eo circiter testis productis
Ad 18um arlum dicta allehationis deponit et dicit that the