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hee being usually imployed in the compting house in the receiving keeping and
paying the cash and writing of letters for the said ffairfax and company, but as
hee beleeveth there were above tenn of the said barrells of Indico (soe
received from Sir Jacob Garret shipped aboard the Salvadore as aforesaid. And
otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the said ffairfax and company wrote
a letter to the said Sir Jacob Garrett in July 1650, signifying that his
Indico's were still in [XXXX], (being the word of the said letter) which letter hee hath
nowe seene and knoweth the hand thereof

To the nineth article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that in the
moneth of September last (new stile) there were about 25 barrells of
Indico and other goods laden out of the said warehouse of the said ffairfax
and company aboard the said shipp the Salvador in the port of Ligorne
aforesaid and hee beleeveth the said 25 barrells to be the Indicoes of
the foresaid Sir Jacob Garret and part of the foresaid 26 barrells and
a halfe, and that after the lading thereof this deponent and others
went aboard the said shipp the Salvador bound for Civita Vechia,
and the said shipp being in the Roadem, and there lying in expectation
of faire weather to goe for civita vechia, the arlate Robert Swanley
and Nicholas Terrick came in the night time aboard the said shipp
lying in the said Roade of Ligorne, and the said master of the Salvador
Peter whiting being thereupon called forth of the Round house where
hee and this deponent were abedd, they went forth to them, the said
whiting first, and then this deponent, and comming to the said
Swanley and Terrick on the decke this deponent heard the said
Swanley and Terrick say (Speaking to this deponent) your
house is failed (speakingof the said ffairfax and company) and you
knowe that [XXX] are greate creditors therto; wee knowe that you
have Indico aboard and wee must have satisfaction, or words to the
same effect, to which the said whiting and this deponent retourned
answer that if they had an order from mr [?Lister] for delivery
thereof they would deliver it, otherwise not, to which they the said Swanley and Terrick replied
that they must and would have satisfaction, and therewithall
demanded fifteene barrells of Indico, but this deponent tould
them they should have none by his consent unlesse they would give
a receipt therefore and therein expresse that they tooke it by force,
which they promising to give, and this deponent fearing that in
case they were withstood they would indeede take it by force
having their skiffs or boates manned by the shipps side, hee began to write
a receipt to testifie their said forcible taking the same away,
and after hee had written some part thereof, one John harwood
booke keeper to the said ffairfax and company tooke the same out
of his hand and wrote another to the same effect, testifying their
said forcible receipt, which they the said Swanley and Terrick
signed this deponent seeing the same under their hands, and under
the hand of William Jourdain Purser of the shipp the henry
Bonadventure whereof the said Swanley was commander, and
soe the said tenn barrells of Indico were hoi[?sed] out and by the said Swanley and Terrick taken and carried away[XX] said Indico was part of the foresaid 25 barrells) and [XX GUTTER]
by them carried aboard their shipps the henry Bonadventure and the
hopewell or one of them. And otherwise hee cannot depose, saving hee
sawe the said barrells hoisedout of the Salvador into the said skiffs
or boates of the said Swanley and Terrick soe lying by the Salvadores
side. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the tenth article hee saith that the said Swanley and T[?e]rrick tooke