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The same day 21th videlcet November. 1654. [CENTRE HEADING]

The sayd Nathaniel London examined upon the sayd
Libell lib. 8. Quire. B. 4. upon the sayd Interrogatories saith
as followeth videlicet.

To the first he saith he comes to be a witnes att the request of Mr
Pett whose Apprentice he is. and saith he knowe not of anything
in this busines but by the sayd Peter Petts bookes of accompts. and
further otherwise than negatively he cannot depose

To the 2d he saith he cannot depose.

To the 3d he saith that a Carpenter that takes a shipp to repaire
by contract is to find sheres stayes and other necessaries required
for such repaires att his owne charge, unlesse some particular agree=
ment be to the Contrary. and beleiveth that nothing is charged
by the plaintiffe in that behalfe for such repaires as her late
husband did contract for. And further he cannot depose.

To the 4th he findeth nothing in the sayd Mr Petts bookes but that
590 li odd money as aforesayd was due to Mr Pett, and that onely
579 li. 17 s. thereof was payd. and therefore beleiveth the same
was patd onely in part. And further he cannot depose.

Nathaniell London [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day 21th videlicet November 1654/. [CENTRE HEADING]

The sayd William Bower examined upon the
libell. lib. 8. quire. B4. answereth to the
sayd Interrogatories as followeth.

To the .1. Interrogatorie he saith he comes to be a witnes att the Request
of Mrs Pett; whose yard he keepes and lookes to, as he formerly
did in her husbands life tyme. and knoweth not any thing of
the values of the stuffe and materialls aforesayd. onely saith he did
deliver a great part of it aboard, and acquainted the Clarke
what he so delivered and beleiveth that he hath extracted the
particulars thereof truly out of the sayd booke, and that the schedule
read to him as aforesayd was and is the sayd extract.

To the .2. he saith Mr Pett as he beleiveth was bound to spend asmuch
tarr in the repair of the sayd shipp as was necessary. And further
or otherwise he cannot depose.

To .3. he saith he doth veleive that if a Carpenter take a shipp to
repair att a price certayne he is bound to find sheres stayes
and necessary utensills att his owne charge. and further he
cannot depose.

To the 4th he saith he cannot depose, onely hath heard that there is
some moneyes still due to Mrs Pett from the sayd shipp as he
hath above declare. And further he cannot depose

William MM Bower
his marke [MARKE, RH SIDE]