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To the 7th he saith that by common fame the sayd ship Saint ffrancis
in her Course for Haver de grace was seized by some of the
shipps of this Commonwealth and so much is notorious. And also
he beleiveth that the sayd goods were then on board her, and came into
the hands of them that made the sayd seizure. And further he
saith he cannot depose.

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation and to the Accompt and extracts of
letters thereto annexed and now shewne him he saith that the
sayd ffrancis Tryon since the moneth of Aprill last past 1654 and
before any newes of the seizure of the sayd ship received severall
letters from the sayd Mottet of Marsellys giving advise of the ladeing
of the sayd goods and that the sayd accompt came in one of these
letters, and that the extracts now showne him in one sheet of paper were and are true
and faithfull extracts of the sayd letters received from the sayd Mottet
and Jordayne, and were by this deponent compared with the originall
letters themselves all which he came to know and take notice of being
the producents Apprentice as aforesayd and doeing his business. And he
beleiveth that the Contnts of the sayd Accompt letters and extracts were
and are true and so had and done as therein is conteyned. And
further cannot depose. saving that the extracts now shewne him written [#]

upon two single halfe
sheets are two extracts
of the sayd producents
letters one sent to the
sayd Mottet, and the other
to the sayd Nys and Molines
with an Extract of the
sayd Nys and Molynes answer
Robt. Pilkington [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]

To the ninth article he saith the sayd goods wares and merchandizes
were and are really and truly for the accompt of the sayd
ffrancis Tryon, and are the effects of goods of his in the hands
of his forementioned factors and Correspondents Isaac [?XXXX]
John Nys of Legorne, and the sayd Mottet of Marsellys. which
he knoweth being servant to the sayd Tryon, and thereby privie
to his dealings and trade as before he hath declared, And
otherwise he cannot depose, saving that the sayd ffrancis
Tryon did and doth runn the sole hazard, and adventure of the
sayd goods which he deposeth for the reasons aforesayd.

To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1. Interrogatorie he saith, he never did belong to the sayd ship Saint ffrancis
and that he was borne att [?Delby] in the County of Leicester
and for twelve yeares last hath [?lived GUTTER]
in London and is the producents servant as aforesayd. And otherwise

To the 2. he saith the sayd ffrancis Tryon by common fame was borne
att Norwich. and hath kept his house and family in London as now he does
for theis nyne yeares past of this Rendents knowledge.