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private howses of Gentlemen and ffarmers there liveing
good English wheat merchantable and well conditioned and that
was never damnifyed but sweet and good breadcorne was
commonly and ordinarily sold to Bakers and others for and att
the rate of one and twenty shillings by the quarter, and
some tymes att twenty shillings by the quarter, and att this
present the like good sweet wheat ir breadcorne is and
may be bought att Maidstone for the like somme of twenty
shillings by the Quarter, which this deponent knoweth being
an Inhabitant of Maidston aforesayd and seeing and well
observing the premisses to be true, videlicet good sound English
wheat in July and August last past, and in the monethes from
thence to this present moneth of November now current usually
sold att the respective rates aforesayd. And otherwise cannot

uppon the rest he is not examined by direction.

To the Crosse Interrogatories

To the first second third and fourth Interrogatories hee saith hee
knoweth nothing thereof.

Nicholas ffrancklyn [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated in Court}
before the Judges}


The 22nd day of November .1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

On the behalfe of Isaack Phillips and}
Company Imployers of the shipp the Suckly}
whereof Christopher Ewingtin}
is Captaine to the Master and Company}
of the shipp the Boer whereof}
harman Hedden is Master. Smith.}

Examined upon Interrogatories on the begalfe
of the sayd Isaack Phillips.


Harman Hedden of Embden Mariner
Master of the sayd shipp the Boare or Blew
Boare aged 34 yeares or thereabouts a
witnes sworne and examined deposeth and
saith as followeth videlicet.

To the first Interrogatory this deponent saith he knoweth well the sayd shipp
the Boare and was and is Master of her, and saith she belongeth
to the port of Emden in East ffreezland, and her Owners were and
are all of them Emdeners subiects of the Grave of East ffreizland and he
doth not know where the sayd shipp was built nor by whom or att what
Costs and Charges. and otherwise cannot depose.

To the second Interrogatory he saith and deposeth that the names of the present
owenrs of the sayd shipp were and are as followeth videlicet [?Ellyers]
Duylf, Jan Jonsans, Comfort Weaver Thomas [?LXXys] Abraham Slosse, [?MaXX]
Woulx the widow of Henrick van Ruyt, Henricus Herardes
Jan Harmss. Jacob Simond. and Heire Holling [?XXXX]
each of them is owner of he knoweth not
and they for theis six yeares last past,
they have bene att Emden commonly reputed owners thereof, [?and ?XXX]
accordingly have had possession thereof, and employed the same and
receaved the profits thereby arising, and constituted this deponent
Master thereof but saith he knoweth not of whom they bought the same
nor saw any moneyes payd by them to any one for it. And further he
cannot depose.

To the third he saith that he this deponent was borne at Noord[?oop] in
East ffreizland 2 miles from Emden and liveth att Embden with
his wife Children and family and is a subiect of the Grave of
East ffreizland. and the shipps Company of the Boare were and are