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thousand three hundred and ninetie Rotolos, which hee knoweth
for the reasons aforesaid. And hee referreth himselfe to the
bills of lading and Invoices arlate, And otherwise hee cannot
To the 9th hee saith that every Rotolo of neate Turkish weight
maketh foure pounds and thirteene ounces of English weight
and soe thirtie thousand three hundred and ninetie Rotolos, make
in English weight 1305 hundred weight - 3 quarters and 7 pounds of galls,
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 13th article hee saith and deposeth that hee this deponent
according to the note of delivery made by George hughes (given
this deponent by Mr ffowke) findeth that the said hughes
came short in his delivery according to the English pounds, 6970
pounds and five ounces of Cotton woolls, and for galls 57 hundred weight, one
quarter and eleaven pounds. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 14th hee saith that every Rotolo of Cyprus neate weight
maketh six pounds and one third of a pound of Cyprus weight
and soe 296 kintalls and 34 Rotolo's or 39 thousand six hundred
thirtie foure Rotolos (which is one and the same number of neate
Cyprus weight) maketh neate ligorne weight 187682 pounds,
which hee knoweth having alsoe lived
a merchant at ligorne for the space of nine yeares or thereabouts,
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 15th hee saith that as it appeares by the second schedule
annexed to the said allegation (whereunto hee referreth himselfe)
the grosse weight of Cottons that were delivered by the said George
hughes to George Norleigh for the accompt of Alderman
ffrederick and company, was only one hundred eightie two thousand
nine hundred fourtie six ligorne pounds. And saith that the tare
for Ropes and Canvas of 182946 pounds of Cotton, ligorne weight
was and ought to be fourteene ligorne pounds and three fourths
per sack for every sack, which amounts to 4557 pounds three quarters,
which being deducted out of the aforesaid 182946 ligorne pounds
there rests neate ligorne pounds 178388 pounds and a quarter
neate which is short of the weight said to be delivered aboard the
said shipp 9293 pounds 9 ounces (ligorne weight). And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the 16th hee saith that every pound of ligorne weight of
Cottons and Galls maketh three fourths of a pound of English
weight, and soe 9293 pounds, and 9 ounces of ligorne weight
neate is or makes in English weight 6970 pounds and five ounces.
And otherwise soe saving as aforesaid hee cannnot depose.
To the 17 hee saith that according to the said second schedule annexed