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other ships from the Canaries and thereby knoweth the
same to bee true as is predeposed Et alr nescit deponere.
Ad Interria [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad primum rendet that hee hath noe relation to the parties interrogated
otherwise then being by them imployed in his trade of a wine Cooper
Et alr nescit negative.
Ad 2um rendet that hee is a protestant by his profession in
Religion and doeth hould that an oath taken upon
the Evangelists is only binding and not upon the holy
Crosse as is interrogated, Et alr nescit rendere.
Ad 3um rendet that there were great store of small Caskes
abord the ship interrogated the voyage interrogated, but how many hee doth
not certainly knowe Et alr nescit.
Ad 4um non [?sic] depasuit et nescit/
Ad 5um nescit net sic deposuit/
Ad 6um salvis predeoita se nescit.
John Bellamy [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
24th Aprilis 1650. Super allegatione ex parte Edwards
et [?allegatione] et cetera Suckley [?dat.]
Edwards Pratt et [?XX] con}
ffreeman [?Magettra] navis}
Thomas Wood parochia Saint Maria [?ad] [?Monte] apud
Billingsgate London famulus domesticus Johannis
Chambers nuns [stetis] famulus per quadernum [?XXXX]
aut circiter aetatis 21 annorum aut [?XXXX] testis in hac causa
productus et iuratus deponit ut seq1uitur
Ad primum arlum [?dXXX] allegations deponit et dicit That for all the time arlate
Thomas ffreeman alate was commonly reputed and taken to be Master and
Comannder of the Shipp the Phenix in which Shipp this deponent within the
tyme arlate went from this Port of London as ffactor for his master to
Gallcia in the Kinge of Spaynes dominions dureing all which voyage the
said Mr Thomas ffreeman did undergoe and performe the place