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To the 21th article and the fourth schedule annexed beginning and
ending as is arlate and nowe showne unto him, hee saith and deposeth
that hee beleeveth the charges in the matters arlate have and will amount
to at least 600 li sterling, namely chardges before the shipping of the
said goods from Ligorne for London, and hee beleeveth the contents
of the said schedule to be true, and the things therein mentioned to be
soe had and donne as thereon is cpmtained. And otherwise hee cannpot
depose, saving hee beleeveth the chardges of the rest of the goods
not sent when the accompt or note was made, did and will amount
unto neere about 100 li sterling more/
To the 22th hee saith that the said noates and letters arlate
were sent from the said George Norleigh and company,
to the said Alderman ffrederick and others aforesaid, and by them
received, and hee beleeveth all the contents thereof to be true
and saith they the said Norleigh and company have drawne bills
of exchange upon the said freighters for the payment of all or
the most part of the summes mentioned in the said severall notes,
which have bin accepted by the said freighters and by them paid
of this deponents knowledge, who paid the sad moneys for
them. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 27th hee saith that the said hughes was hired by the
moneth, and had orders from the said imployers not to stay for any
convoy, but to come directly for London, which hee knoweth
because hee copied out the orders that were given him to that
purpose. And otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
Top the 28 article and the 6th schedule annexed nowe showed him hee saith and deposeth
that the said schedule was received in Londonm by the said Alderman ffrederick
and others aforesaid as written unto them from the said George
hughes or by his order, and that the said receipt was in or about
the 11th of October 1652, as on the back thereof is to be seene
And otherwie hee cannot depose.
To the 33th hee saith that (as hee beleeveth) the said George hughes
with the Thomas Bonadventure might have come away for
England in or about december 1652, the port Longomne (as per advise) not
being then blocked up. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 35th hee saith that in the moneth of January 1652, there
was a shipp that was freighted by the said Alderman
ffrederick and others aforesaid named the John and Conrard
at Genuoa, (as by advise thence which this deponent hath seene
was manifested) and that there shee continued somtime after, and that
during her aboade there, the goods of the said Alderman
ffrederick and others were often demannded by the said
George Norleigh their factor of and from the said George hughes
that they might be sent home in the said shipp the John and
Conrard for England, but that the said hughes would not nor
did deliver the same unto him before the moneth of September