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the Captaine an hundred pounds, hee should gioe free away with
his shipp and goods, but the said Paulson refusing soe to doe
and still standing upon his iustification that his shipp and goods
were free, and belonging as aforesaid, they were by the said
Captaine and company brought into dover, of this deponents
sight and knowledge. And otherwise hee cannot depose, saving
this deponent when hee could get nothing from the said skipper
for their purpose, told the said Captaine that hee were better [?XX]
him goe, for hee would undoubtedly be cleare, or to that effect,
whereupon this deponent heard somebody make answer (whether it
was the Captaine or the lieutenant or some other of the company hee
remembrethg not) and say, let us carry him in however and let the
lawe sort it out, Prince is a notable [?blade] and can doe [?much]
and hee will make something of it, or to that effect.
Repeated before doctor Clarke,
William Smith [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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