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of him as is next predeposed. either in moneye or
other goods as in fruites or wines to his owne
likeing and content. Et ulterius deponit that the said
Bartram was within the time arlate indebted
unto him the said Haddocke in all to the Summe or
Vallew of at the least 2000 li for the monies
lent at Cambio as aforesaid, for the moneies and
goods lent, and for the ffreight of 300 Tonns att three
pounds and fifteene shillings per Tonne. For the true
payment whereof the said Bartram did under his hand and
seale in writeing engage himself and assigne The premisses
hee deposeth and knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent
was Masters Mate of the said ship the America the voyage in question
and was present att the severall contracts and agreements
betweene the parties predeposed, and did write the same with
his owne propper hand. and thereby knoweth the same to be
true as above said Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit deponere

Ad 2um deponit et dicit that in or about the Moneth of October
or November arlate hee this deponent did heare the arlate
Haddock desire and request the arlate Wrath Bartram and
don Francisco Buigo that hee might have a hundred
Barrells of Raisins solis as is arlate for his owne Accompt
in leiue and for satisfaction of parte of the said debts which
was oweing unto him by him the said Bartram as aforesaid
which hee saith was accordingly as desired; by them promised
unto him at diverse and severall tymes in this deponents hearing
Et alr nescit deponere. saveing that hee saith the said
Bartram did appoint the said William Haddocke in this deponents
presence and heareing where hee should receave the same

Ad 3um deponit et dicit that according to the order and
appointment of the arlate Bartram and don Francisco the said
William Haddocke did sent this deponent with others of the company
of the said ship the America arlate ashore unto a warehouse
att and in the Towne of Veles where the said Bartram and Francisco
had a great quantitye of Raisins as is arlate, And saith hee this
deponent did there take accompt of the Weight and see the
50 barrells of Raisins in question steived, and did afterwards
marke the same with a VV as in the Margent
of the allegation sett downe, which hee saith hee soe did by
the direction of the said Haddocke, and by the consent and
knowledge of the arlate Bartram and Francisco and did
forthwith putt them into and lade them abord the
longboat belonging to the said ship the America, in the presence
and by the consent of the said Bartram and Francisco who did