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knowne to be true because they were of the said shipp the hope
her Companie and saw her said lading at [?Estipona] and the said
seizure of her by the Brestman of warr and the said rescue
by the shallop of dunquerke in which shallop theise deponents were
(as they say) carried to dunquirke in the Companie of their
said shipp the hope. And further they say that the said
Samuel Wilson was and is the Owner of the said shipp hope
and of her tackle and furniture, and for such commonly accompted
and that shee ws sett and furnished out on the said Voiage from
dartmouth at his costs and charges as sole Owner of her, and that
the said Richard Rives is the person, to whom the said goods were
consigned, and is an Englishman and Merchant resident at dowgate
in London and a subject of this Commonwealth, and the said lading
of fruite, as they beleeve, is inn proprietie belonging unto him./

The marke of [MARKE] henry Shepard. [MARKE, LH SIDE]
The marke of [MARKE] henry B[?XXXX].


The 19th of May 1655. [CENTRE HEADING]

Andrewes and Clutterbuck against}
haselgrave. Budd.}

Examined upon the foresaid Libell.

Budd dt.


John Stannian of the parish of Saint Catherin
Creechurch London Gentleman aged 22 yeares or
thereabouts, sworne and examined.

To the sixth article of the said libell upon which alone hee is by
direction of the producent examined, hee saith and deposeth
that in or about July in the yeare 1653 the producents Thomas
Andrewes and Richard Clutterbuck having bought a parcell of
pepper of the East India company, had the same delivered unto them
from the Exchange Sellar London, which hee knoweth being
then servant to Mr Swinglehurst secretary of the East India company.
and saith hee findeth by the bookes of the said company, that the said
parcell amounted to 10088 lb neat (of pepper) and was contained
in thirtie baggs, And saith the said producents being to
transport the same, and to have entry thereof made in the Customehouse
London, this deponents said master on the behalfe of the said Company went to
the Customehouse, to make
entrie of the said parcell, but for the name of the shipp wherewith the
said pepper was to be transported, or of the master of the said shipp
hee saith hee remembreth not. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

Repeated before doctor Clarke.