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Ad 11um deponit that by reason of the said ffreemans long stay with the
said ship after shee had receaved the last of her ladeing abord her the said
Oranges and Lemmns were very much spoyled and damnified,
which hee knoweth hee this deponent
seeing the same when they were taken out of the said ship.
Et alr nescit deponere.
Ad 12um deponit that by reason of the premisses of the
said 380 Thousand or thereabouts of Oranges soe laden aboard
the said ship the Phenix at Vigo there was but
One hundred fifty and seaven Thousand or thereabouts good and
well conditioned att the tyme of the unladeing of the same heere.
And saith that of the said bomber of Lemons predeposed there was
only left but about fowerteene thowsand and six hundred
or therabouts food and for soe many and noe more his contest Richard Hopkings who bought the same is to paie reddens racionem scentia ut supra.
Et alr nescit deponere.