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To the 15th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.
To the .16. he saith that by the foresayd letters of advise sent to him
from James Pinequet and sayd Juan Henricques de Messa he
is given to understand that the foresayd linnens are french linnens
videlicet made in ffrance and that they were laden att Rohan by
Jaques ffemanel aforesayd (who is a frenchman and a subiect of the King of ffrance) but for the
accompt of the sayd James Pinquet who was and is a fflandrian
borne and inhabitant of Antwerpe as aforesayd. And otherwise
he saith he cannot depose.
George Bouchart [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated in Court before the Judges.
The nynth day of March 1653
Cludd against Todd}
Examined upon an allegation on behalfe
of the sayd Cludd.
Bartholomew Fillingham of the
Citty of Westminster gentleman aged 26 yeares
or thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined
deposeth and saith as followeth videlicet.
To the first article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith That in or
about the moneth of ffebruary 1645, and after the passing of the
Secund[?a] Decret[?a] in this Court on the behalfe of the arlate Mr
Edward Cludd against one eighth part of the arlate shipp
the Nathan the sayd Mr Cludd and the allegat Todd came to
an Accompt togethe, and upon the making up of the Accompt
betwixt them, the sayd Todd did stand really and truly indebted
unto him the sayd Mr Cludd in the summe of three hundred
eighty one pounds three shillings and nyne pence sterling
for part of which moneyes the sayd Todd gave unto
the sayd Mr Cludd three severall bills which were afterwards payd att the
severall tymes videlicet one bill for one hundred pounds
and another bill for eighty one pounds three shillings and
nyne pence, and one other bill for payment of twenty five
pounds. And saith that for the others seventy five pounds being
the remaynder of the sayd two hundred eighty one pounds [?three]
shillings and nyne pence, It was mutually concluded and
agreed by and betweene the sayd Mr Cludd and Mr Todd
that he the sayd Mr Cludd should have one sixteenth part of the
shipp the Nathan and her tackle and furniture to his owne use
and the other sixteenth part he the sayd Mr Cludd should [?XXX]
and transfer over unto the sayd Tod, and that thereup the [?sayd]
Mr Cludd should give unto him the sayd Todd agenerall release
which the sayd Mr Cludd accordingly did by a generall Release
bearing date some short tyme before the giving of the aforesayd [?bill]
and agreement made for the sixteenth part of the sayd shipp
as aforesayd. the premisses this deponent knoweth to be true for that
the tyme when the premisses happened he was an Apprentice to the