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goodnes thereof which in his Jugement could not be lesse worth then
for the same is demanded in this article Et alr nescit salvis predepontis
Ad 12um arlum dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That before the said
Shipp her strikeinge uppon the Barr att Pharoe she was a tight firme
and staunch shipp and if there hapned any damage to any goods
on board her the same hath beene ocasioned by the said Ships streyninge
and beateinge herselfe to gett of the said Barr by meanes whereof and fowle weather at sea
she afterwards became [?XXXX] and Leaky Et alr nescit.
[?XXXX] [?XXXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
2nd Aprilis 1650. Super allegationis arlata ex parte Hackett
et [?XXXXX] dat./
Hackett et alij Sorij nams the Martha}
con [?Whitty] Suckley Smith}
Robertus White de Shadwell infra parochiam
de Stepney in Comitatu Middlesex nauta ubi mora dfecit
per [?XXXX] [?XXXX] ult [?elapsse] aut circiter aetatis 50 annorum
aut circiter Testis in hac causa productus et iuratus
deponit ut sequitur.
Ad sextum et 7um arlos dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That he this deponent went
Chirurgeo of the Shipp the Lewies which about the time arlate That the
Shipp the Martha arrived at Genoa was like wise uppon a Tradeinge voyage
att the same Port and was likewise at Tunnis arlate att the which time that the
said Shipp the Martha was likewise there and sayeth That hee this deponent beinge
amongest others of the said Shipp Lewies her company payed his wages he this deponent received
the same in dollers which were payed him after the rate of
nine ryalls per doller beinge in Sterlinge money fower shillings and sixe
pence and noe more after which rate the said dollers wawent att Genoa but att Tunnis at the time arlate they
went for fifty twoe aspers per doller which makes in Sterlinge money but fower
shillinges and fower pence but sayeth That for thirty eight monethes ended in
January last past this deponent received his wages dureing the time of his being
abroad after the rate [?XXXX] [?XX] [?XXXXX] and for theis fower and twentie yeares last past hee sayeth hee
hath gonne and used voyages into the Streights and for all that
it hath beene the generall custome in the Streights for
marriners to receive their wages in dollers which he never knew received
in payment of mens Wages above foure Shillinges and sixe pence per
doller. Et alr nescit salvis infrascriptis
Super reliquis non reqiritur/
Idem ad Interrogatoria [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad primum alr qua supra deponit nescit
Ad 2um rendest negative ad singula pro parte sua for hee is not acquainted well