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To the fourth article he saith that he cannot depose
To the fifth article he saith that of what the arlate harrison
oweth the arlate Mourton there is satisfyed two thousand
and nineteene pounds of Tobacco, and that the rest is
unsatisfyed, And further he cannot depose
To the sixth article he saith that he heard in Virginia that the arlate
Jeremiah harrison had shipped Tobaccoes for England in
a shipp whereof one Cooke was Master And further
he cannot depose
To the 7th article he sayth that it is morst certaine that the
arlate William Mourton Esquire hath received losse and
damage by reason of the not receiving the Tobacco's the
said harrison oweth him, but the valew of the damage
he knoweth not And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 8th ninth and tenth articles he sayth that he referreth
himselfe to the lawes, and to the Registry of this Court And
otherwise he knoweth not to depose./
To the last he saith his former deposition is true.
Ti the Interrogatoryes. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he hath heard that
the interrate John Spencer is brother in Law unto the
interrate Jeremiah harrison, but hat he doth not know, nor
ever heard that the sayd Spencer did ever send over to
the sayd harrison any goods, wares or Merchandizes.
To the 2d 3d and fourth Interrogatoryes he answereth that he
referreth himselfe to his former deposition And otherwise
he answereth negatively./
To the fifth and last he answereth that he hath given reasons of
his knowledge as is in his foregoeing deposition./
Repeated before Doctor
Clerk and Doctor Godolphin./
The marke of the sayd
Thomas + fforty [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The aforenamed William May
to the Interrogatoryes./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first and second Interrogatoryes he answereth that
he never saw the party ministrant, and that all the while
he was in Virginia which was in the yeares interrate he never
heard of the sayd John Sencer the party ministrant, much
lesse of the arrivall of any goods there sent unto the interrate
Jeremiah harrison, or of any communication or correspondence
between them the interrate hSpencer and harrison in the
way of trade and merchandizing And further he cannot
To the third Interrogatory he answereth that he is (sic) was not present at the
buying, nor providing, nor lading the Tobacco interrate./
To the fourth he answereth negatively./
To the last he answereth That he hath given reasons of
his knowledge in his foregoeing deposition./
Repeated before Doctor Clerk
and Doctor Godolphin./
William May [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]