HCA 13/65 f.107v Annotate
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To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first (hee shath bin putt in mind of the danger of an oath) And [?hee GUTTER]
saith and answereth) by vertue of his oath. that hee hath lived in England for [?five] yeares
last past or thereabouts, and before hee was upon the voyage and imployment aforesaid) in
the Barbadas, Spaine and Barbarie for two yeares or thereabouts
last before that, And saith hee equally favoureth the parties litigant in the [XXXX] of the[?ire] cause
, ffor hee saith that if [XX XXX GUTTER]
beare any malice in testifying in this cause he might have inferred [XXXX] passages
done unto himself by the said Middleton in the time of the said voyage, which hee now
forbeareth to relate, And further cannot answare./
To the second hee answareth negatively to every [?particular] thereof
To the third hee answareth that hee conceiveth that hee is not bound
to declare his Estate as hee is a wittnes in this cause, And that he hath not received [?any GUTTER]
reward nor doth expect any proffitt or advantage about the same And otherwise
he answareth negatively.
To the fourth hee answareth negatively to every particuler in the said Interrogatory
To the fifth hee answareth negatively as aforesaid
To the 6th hee answareth that hee did goe or saile in the said shipp during
the voyage in question, (as ffactor or Supra Cargo) of the said Cargazon
in manner as before hee hath deposed, [?mentioned] in his depositions
to which hee referreth himself and more hee cannot answare.
To the 7th hee saith that hee is a Merchant by profession and hath bin
(before the voyage in question) in the Streights) but [?now] att Tituan before
the last time in the said voyage otherwise answareth negatively./
To the 8th hee saith that in some parts of Spaine opposite to Tituan
Tobaccoes are held Contrabanda goods and such as were prohibited
in some Ports of Spaine, (without License from the Estanqui[?r]o of ff[aXXX GUTTER]
of the King of Spaine, and that the[?re] were Tobaccoes (so prohinited) in the said
shipp when she lay in the Roade of Tituan, And hee conceiveth that at that time
the Levant or Easterly wind did blow, but not so hard or feirce, but (as [XXX GUTTER]
said) hee might have kept the Roade or att least not have gone out of the Streights
but that also the said Middleton might have stopt in Gibalthar (sic) Roade as other shipps
in the like case have done, And so have returned to Tituan within
two or 3 dayes at most, And hee saith that after the said Middleton with the said shipp
went from the Road of Tituan hee returned thither againe fifteene
dayes after or thereabouts as hee remembreth And more hee cannot answare./
To the 9th hee saith that hee remembreth moe [XXX GUTTER]
men Interrogate by their names unlesse it were ffleetwood if hee were the [XXX GUTTER]
Carpenter of the shipp And further saveing his foresaid depositions to which hee
referreth himself hee cannot answare or depose./.
To the last hee answareth that the said shipp the Elizabeth and
Mary was and remained in the service and imployment of the said Thomas
Batt deceased twelve or thirteene monthes or thereabouts which was as [XXX GUTTER]
this rendant was upon that imployment in the voyage interrogated and more hee [?saith GUTTER]
hee cannot answare or depose./
Repeated before doctor Clarke./
Peter St[?oner GUTTER] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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