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To the thirteenth article hee saith that if George hughes hath delivered
to George Norleigh but 178388 pounds and a quarter of ligorne
weight in Cottom woolls, hee hath delivered short of what hee should
by the Invoices have delivered, accompting sixe pounds and a third
part of a pound ligorne weight for every Cyprus Rotolo 19293 pounds
and three quarters Ligorne weight which makes Englisdh weight 6970 pounds and a quarterne. And if hee hath delivered to George
Norleigh but 183906 pounds neate of Galls at Ligorne, hee hath (by
the said Invoices) accompting 6 pounds and a third Ligorne weight to a
Rotolo, delivered short, 8564 pounds of Ligorne weight which make English - 57 hundredweight a quarter and 11 pounds, as this deponent
hath cast the same up. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 14 article hee saith that every Rotolo of Cyprus neate weight
maketh six pounds and one third of a pound (at least) of Ligorne weight
and soe 296 kkintalls and 34 Rotolos, or 29 thousand six hundred thirtie
foure Rotolos (which is one and the same number of Cyprus weight
neate) make neate Ligorne weight 187682 pounds of Ligorne, as
hee hath cast the same up. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 15th article hee referreth himselfe to his aforesaid deposition
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 16th hee saith that every pound of Ligorne weight of
Cottons and Galls, maketh (as is usually accompted) three quarters
of a pound of English weight, and soe 9293 pounds three quarters of Cottons
neate Cyprus weight, make in English weight 6970 pounds and
a quarter as hee hath cast the same up. And otherwise saving as
aforesaid hee cannot depose.
To the 17 hee saith that if the said George hughes have delivered to the
said Norleigh only 183906 pounds of Galls neate at Ligorne, the
Ligorne weight, which makes in English 57 hundredweight, one quarter and 11 pounds
as this deponent hath cast the same up, And otherwise hee cannot
To the 29th article hee saith that the shipp the Imployment came and
arived at Portsmouth in or neare about the
moneth of december 1652, which hee knoweth for that hee had goods in
her and went downe to Portsmouth to unlade her. And otherwise hee cannot
To the 30th hee saith and deposeth that for theise 6 or 7 yeares last
past it hath bin commonly and generally taken notice of that it was
for that space usuall for diverse shipps of greate strength belonging
to ffrench, and others of Tripoli to be in and about the straights
and in the way from Cyprus to London and in and about those places
And otherwise referring himselfe to the Charterpartie articulated
hee cannot depose.
To the 31th hee saith hee holdeth it a very dishonourable thinge for
an English shipp of such burthen and soe manned and fortified as is
articulated, to alter her designe, or not dare to proceede in her voyage
through feare of any ffrench or Tripoli man of warr. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.