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but knoweth not nor ever heard that the said harrigate did under his
hand and seale or in any other manner give his Consent to the selling thereof

To the 4th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition./

To the 5th hee saith the said shipp Charity was sould as aforesaid at
Bayon to one Mr Westcombe an English Merchant then there residing

To the 6th hee saith, the interrate ffrancis Belling was and is the
person who went supra Cargo of the said shipp the Voiage in question,
and saith hee knoweth not of any other sale of the said shipp then to the
interrate Mr John Westcombe. And further cannot depose:-

To the 7th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, saying hee
this rendent was not present at the examination Interrate

Repeated in Court./

the marke of
Bartholomew + Gare [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 7th day of February .1654:- [CENTYRE HEADING]

A businesse of Ensurance in the behalfe of}
Bushell et cetera Assurers against Captaine Seaman}

Exammined upon Interrogatories administred
on the behalfe of the said Bushell/

Isabell Seaman wife to the said Captaine
Seaman liveing at Wapping in the County of
Middlesex aged 47. yeares or thereabouts sworne
and examined saith as followeth

To the first Interrogatorie this examinate saith, That after the returne of the
shipp the Sampson interrate, (whereof this deponents husband Captaine Seaman
interrate was Commander) from Smyrna to Legorne, this rendent
received severall letters from her said husband at Legorne, some or
one whereof did import and require this rendent to enquire bu her
selfe or freinds, whether the Policy entred in the Assurance Office
here concerneing the trading Voiage of the said shipp did stand good
And saith, That none of the said letters did import any thing otherwise or
contrary to what is predeposed saving that the said shipp Sampson was to be
employed in the service of this Commonwealth against the dutch. And
that upon that occasion the said Captaine Seaman desired to knowe whether the
said Policy of Assurance would stand and continue valid and effectuall
till the said sjhippas returne for England, whereof this rendent being
affirmatively assured returned an answer accordingly to her said husband
And further this rendent cannot depose/

To the second shee saith, That in prosecution of her said husbands order
shee desired the interrate Mr hoxton Justice of Peace to enquire on what
condition the said Policy of Assurance stood, but as to the demannds [?made GUTTER]
by the Assurers to the said Justice hoxton as is interrate shee saith
shee is utterly ignorant thereof. And further cannot depose/

To the third shee saith, that to the best of this rendents remembrance
shee never returned any answer to her said husband upon the report of
the said Justice hoxton, but having by some others of the freinds