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[?bring] the said Indico as aforesaid, and then paid noe money for the same,
but they said they tooke the same away in consideration of what the said ffairfax
and company ought unto them. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the eleaventh hee cannot depose.

To the 12th hee cannot depose.

To the 13th hee cannot depose.

To the 14th hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith his foregeoing deposition was and is true.

Examined upon the second allegation in this cause given and
schedules annexed. [INDENTED HEADING]

To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that after the lading
of the 25 narralls of Indico (by him redeposed) out of the said ffairfax and
company their warehouse aboard the Salvadore and after the taking out the foresaid
tenn barralls out of the Salvadore by the said Swanley and Terrick as
hee hath predeposed, the said shipp Salvadore saled for civita vecchia
and there arived, and there hee saith the arlate Peter Whit[?inge] master of
the said shipp the Salvador and his boatswaine were examined concerning the
said tenn barr[?e]lls of Indico, and their examinations and confessions
upon oath, were put into writing and by them subscribed
and there attested inder the hand of a Notary publique there resident,
which hee knoweth because hee was present at the said subscription by the
said witnesses and sailed to civita vecchia in the said shipp. And saith that
the [?Fede] or schedule annexed (nowe showed unto him) in vulgar Italian
was and is the originall of the said depositions, and otherwise hee cannot

To the third hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth in this cause at
the instance of Sir Jacob Garret, and saith that hee would rather give
the victory in this cause to the parties defendant than to the
said Sir Jacob Garrett, because hee hath friends amongst them and Sir
Jacob is a stranger unto him, howbeit hee hath spoken the truth herein
(as hee saith) without partialiti[?a].

To the second hee saith hee expecteth noe benefit if Sir Jacob Garrett prevaile
in this sut[?a], nor losse if hee be overthrowne, and otherwise negatively.

To the third hee saith hee did not see any of the Indicos arlate aboard
the ships the Arabella and Prosperous, nor sawe the lading thereof aboard
those shipps, nor knoweth the time of the lading thereof aboard them, hee
being then at Lig[?a]rn[?a] or other parts of Italy.

To the fourth hee saith that hee was at Ligorne and resided there about five
yeares from November 1645 at which time hee first came thither. And
saith that first the company of the said ffairfax (in his this deponents time) were
the said ffairfax and Thomas Barnesly merchant, and afterwards
upon the death of the said Barnesley and when the foresaid Indicoes came
and arived at Ligorne from London, the said ffairfax, martin Lister and
humfrey S[?X]d[X]y were the company, and that the said Sir Jacob Garrett his
Indicos were consigned to the said ffairfax and company to be by them sold if
they could arive at such a price as hee the said Sir Jacob prefixed, and
otherwise hee cannot answer saying that the said ffairfax and company whilest hee
lived with them as aforesaid never sent the [?worth] of a penny in goods to the
said Sir Jacob that hee this deponent knoweth of. And otherwise saving his
foregoeing deposeition hee cannot answer.

To the fifth hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition and otherwise cannot