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Contracte hee was and is obliged) made a full returne to the producent of [?XXX]
son his said goods, but for and dureing all the tyme allegate hath nin and
at this present is indebted unto the said Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith the younger of Saint Mary Aldermanbury
London Merchant aged 29 yeares or thereabouts sworne and
To the first and second articles of the Allegation given in this cause hee sayeth and
deposeth That within and for all the tyme Allegate the arlate John Glyn
(a person well knowne to this deponent by the space of these tenne yeares
last past and upwards) was the factor and Agent of and for the producent
Thomas Smith, att Hamborough, where hee did act and doe all the
Merchandizeing affaires [?XXX] for him the said producent as his Agent and factor
And saith that within the said tyme allegate and before, hee the said
Thomas Smith the producent did send from hence unto the said John
Glyn at Hamborough diverse woollen cloths and other goods and [?Merchandizes]
to the vallewe of 5000 li. Sterling and upwards there to bee by him [?XXX]
[?Glinne] sold and bartered away for the use and benefitt of him the said
producent to whom hee was by contract obliged to make returne [?thereof]
againe to this Citty or else where according to the producents order, [?of ?the]
said Woollen Cloaths and other goods hee the said Glynne accordingly
receaved and by severall letters under his hand which this deponent hath ssene
acknowledged the receipt thereof and engaged to make full returnes accordingly
which to this day as hee saith hee hath not done, but still was and is
indebted unto the producent Thomas Smith in the somm of 1000 li
sterling [?XXX ?XXX ?XXX] which hee by agreement was and is obliged to make good
to the said producent. All which hee knoweth to bee true, becasue hee this deponent
liveing for all the tyme allegate with the producent whose sonne hee is [?XXX]
all or most part of the said Cloaths and other goods soe sent from hence to