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Ad 8um 9um 10. 11. 1t 12um deponit et dicit that the producents Mr
Edward and Thomas Bushell had not above a 4th or a third
part of the ladeing arlate brought home in the ship the Greene
Lyon which was consigned unto them or for theire Accompt the
rest as hee saith being consigned by bills of Ladeing (subscribed
as is arlate) to severall other Merchants in this Port of London
who (haveing receaved the same in good condition) are accordingly
to pay and have paied ffreight for them respectively, to hin the said [?Beaple] or
his assignes. And saith that after the unladeing and discharging
of teh said shippe hee this deponent did often see the said [?Beaple]
goeing from Merchant to Merchant and of the deanding their
said ffreight for transportation of the said goods, according to a list
or particular Accompt which hee had taken thereof, which said ffreight
this deponent beleiveth was respectively paid unto him by them, and [?XXX]
any part thereof bee detained from him it is soe done meerely
in respect of what damage theire said goods receaved by reason of
the leakinesse and insufficiency of the said ship in the said voyage
which hee saith was such that (hee this deponent seeing diverse parcells of
the said ships Ladeing after it ws abrought ashore heere from abord the said
ship aswell of those which were consigned to the said producent
and others.) thereby were much damnified and spoyled by water
as is arlate Et alr nescit deponere.
Sup reliquis non examinatus ex direccone producend./
Ad primum rendet that hee is a Merchant by profession and hath [?been]
often at Sea Et alr rendet negative et nescit.
Ad 8um rendt that hee hath knowne the Island interrogated by the space of
theise 16. yeares and hath resided in them for 7 yeares together
and hath had dealings there that tyme. Et alr nescit
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