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and the other is now remaining in this deponents Custodie. And further cannot

To the 4th Interrogatorie and to the schedule therein mentioned and now shewne unto and
read and perused by this deponent hee saith That the same was and is a true
Copie of the Originall receipts predeposed given for the said goods under the hand
of the interrate George Norleigh in the name of himselfe and of Robert Constable
interrate, and saith the said goods were delivered some daies before the date
of the said note, And saith That hee beleeveth the contents of the said receipt
as to the weight of the goods in Controversie, were and are conformable to the report,
or accompt given of the said weight from the Stilyard at Porta fferara, but
saith the said goods of this rendents observation were not exactly and duely weighed
nor the weights thereof really and truely sett downe as they ought to have bin,
And further beleeving the rest of the Contents of the said receipt to be reall
and true, hee cannot otherwise depose./

To the fifth Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot depose otherwise or further then
he hath predeposed to and upon the 4th article interrate to which hee referreth:-/

To the 6th hee saith, there were two English Marchant shipps at Ciprus who
came away from thence under Captaine Badileys Convoy, besides the shipp
Thomas Bonadventure, who came together in Companie to Zant, from whence
one English Merchant shipp more being come from Smyrna came along with
them to Porto Lingoone, being all of them bound for London, two of which shipps
besides the Thomas Bonadventure dischaged at Porta fferrara as aforesaid
And saith hee beleeveth that the said two shipps which discharged at Porta
fferrara as aforesaid were not taken to freight by the moneth, - And further
cannot depose/

To the 7th hee saith hee this rendent doeth not know neither hath hee ever heard or
beleeveth, That the interrate George hughes hath transferred or assigned to the
interrate Thomas Bridges, nor to any other person or persons any part of the interest which
hee had in the Cargazon interrate. And further cannot depose.

To the 8th hee saith hee hath satisfied the demannds of this interrogatorie in his fore=
going deposition to the 12th article of the Allegation And further cannot depose,
saveing as this rendent remembreth and beleeveth, the letter interrate came from Legorne
inclosed in a letter to Mr George ffarington at Zant, who delivered the same as now
it is to the said George hughes, and otherwise negatively:-

To the 9th hee saith, That the galls and cotton woolls interrate were not delivered
into the Lazaretta interrate by weight, and saith the same were delivered well
conditioned and free from sea dammage, and to the same number of baggs which
were received aboard the Thomas Bonadventure, so farr as this rendent (who
according to his place of Purser tooke goode notice thereof) doeth now remember, And
saith they were discharged and delivered at Porta ferrara by reason the said shipp
was by Mr Longland and Captaine Badiley pressed and commannded into the
service of this Commonwealth. And further cannot depose./:-

To the 10th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his precedent deposition to the
17th article of the allegation aforesaid, And otherwise negatively:-/

To the 11th Interrogatorie hee saith, the shipp interrate is an English built