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want of the sayd shipp Expectation was in as aforesayd did att the
request of the sayed Newman and Ayres really and truely lend unto them the
sayed Newman and Ayres for ther use and service of the sayd shipp the
Expectation, and for carrying her home to this port of London, and
for providing of victualls for her and payeing of the sayd Mariners
their wages and other debts oweing by the sayd shipp the summe of eight hundred and odd dollars or peices of 8/8
upon Bottomrie, And adventure thereof upon the keele of the sayd
shipp the Expectation from the tyme of her departure from Messina untill
the tyme of her Arrivall into the River of Thames, upon which contract
the sayd Thomas Newman and Thomas Ayres did oblige and bind the sayd
shipp tackle and furniture and fraight arising upon the same, but
saith he doth not know the certayne summe the sayd Edward Beale and
Companie were to receyve upon the sayd contract upon the arrivall of the
sayd shipp Expectation in the River of Thames. And saith that the
reason of this deponents knowledge in the premisses was and is that the
sayd Newman and Ayres did themselves declare to this deponent att
Messina within the tyme arlate the effect and substance of what he hath now
deposed touching the loane of the sayd 800 and odd dollars upon bottomry
by the sayd Edward Beale and Companie, and Paschall Russa a publick Notary in Messina
who as he sayd drew the Act of Bottomrie declared and made knowne the [?same]
likewise to this deponent within the sayd tyme, And this deponent likewise saw
about the same tyme an entry of the sayd moneyes and contract in the bookes
of the sayd Edward Beale att Messina. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the fifth he saith that within the monethes and yeare aforesayd, the sayd
Newman and Ayres did of the certaine knowledge and sight of this deponent amend
and repaire the sayd shipp Expectation and her tackle and apparrell and
provided victualls for her Company, all which this deponent verily beleiveth
they did with the moneyes so taken upp as aforesayd uppon Bottomry of
the sayd Edward Beale and Company, and verily beleiveth that in case
they had not beene so furnished by the sayd Edward Beale and Companye
the sayd shipp could not have gone and proceeded from Messina, and
beleiveth that the money of the sayd Beale and Company was a maine
cause and occasion and meanes which brought the sayd shipp from Messina
And so much or to the like effect the sayd Newman and Ayres have confessed
and declared to this deponent- And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the sixth he saith that after borrowing the sayd moneyes, and repairing the
sayd shipp in manner as aforesayd videlicet in the month of March 1650 or
about that tyme the sayd shipp sett sayle from Messina under the Conduct
of the sayd Thomas Newman and in or about July or August next ensueing
1651. arrived safely att this port of London. the premisses he knoweth to
be true for that he this deponent did Lade aboard the sayd shipp att
Messina about the sayd moneth of March about 40 tonns of goods, and saw
the sayd shipp sett sayle therewith within the sayd moneth or about that
tyme from Messina, and afterwards videlicet about the latter end of August
or beginning of September 1651 receyved letters of Advise by post
att Messina from this port of London wherein was signifyed, that the sayd