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To the fifth Interrogatory This Rendent saith the sayd shipp when this Rendent
last saw her att the Barbadoes was a two deckt shipp with about 20
gunnes and furniture and rigging convenient. and saith she was
then in a farr better plight and condition and more fitt for sale
or use than now she is, but what shee was then truly worth he cannot
Judge, and more particularly being none of her Company cannot
To the sixth Interrodatorie he saith he last saw the sayd shipp in the possession
of the sayd Captaine Lawrence in behalfe of his sayd owners at [?Mery] att
the beginning of the yeare 1652. and she was then of the burden of 260 tonnes or
thereabouts. and further cannot depose.
The sayd Roger Lawrence to the Crosse Interrogatories
To the first and second Interrogatories he saith he hath knowne the sayd shipp 12 yeares when
this deponent 12 yeares agoe bought her att Dover of Captaine John [?HadXXX]
and David Spicer for seven hundred eighty five poundes the greate
part whereof this deponent payd to the sayd Vendors ere in London
and hath heard them acknowledge the receipt of the rest, and hath [?received]
and now is in possession of their bill of sale of the same And saith [?XXX]