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Master thereof John Akland and one of his company did depart this life Howbeit
hee saith the said ship was [?him] well [XXXXed] ffitted and furnished
in all respects for her voyage from h[?amas] to the Barbadas
then hee saith shee had of his knowledge 140 Negroes
or thereabouts abord her But where or what particulars the
said Ackland [?dyed] hee saith hee knoweth not.

To the third Interrogatorie hee saith hee was at Guiney in the
XXXXX with Mr Willoughby in the moneths of March
Aprill and May interrogated and in that shipp sailed from hence as
[?Cooper] thereof to the Barbadas. And otherwise referring
himselfe to his foregoeing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose

To the fowrth Interrogatorie hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition and otherwise hee cannot depose saveing that
at such tyme as the shipp the XXXXX was
at the Barbadas the interrogated Mr Ward and Mr Hubberly departed
thence with theire ships interrogated for Englan, but whether
they brought any newes hither of the missing or losse of
the Eagle hee saith hee knoweth not

To the 5th Interrogatorie hee saith an deposeth that hee this deponent
came hime for England in the ship the Seaflower Mr C[XXXy]
Commander) and arrived in the downes upon wednesday
last was seaven weekes and on the ffryday next after came and
arrived at [?dXckshare] where hee liveth. And saith that about
5 weeks since and within a forthnight after such his arrivall
[?home] hee did accidentally meete with one of the Owners of
the Eagle and did then give him notice of the missing
of the said ship the Eagle. but the name of the said
Owner hee knoweth not.

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith that it was this deponent as
hee beleeveth that brought the first newes to England of the
missing of the said ship the Eagle and that she stayed
longer than was Expected from the Barbadas and was therefore
suspected to bee lost at Sea and soe much hee this deponent
did intimate unto one of the said Owners of her upon a Key
next to London bridge about 5 weekes since but the
precise tyme hee soe did or said the same hee saith
hee cannot more particularly remember. And otherwise hee
cannot depose

To the 7th Interrogatorie hee saith that the said ship the Eagle
was suspected and deemed to be a lost shippe before
this deponent came from Barbadas And further hee
cannot depose.

The marke of
Thomas O Harr[?a]p [MARKE, RH SIDE]