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To the 13th hee saith, That hee this deponent being the person arlate
upon the second seizure of the said shipp and Lading did give notice
thereof by letters of advice to the said Mico, and drew bills of Exchange
upon him, for such moneys as this deponent then actually had or necessarily
was to imploy for the redemption of the said shipp and goods, which
bills the said Mico refused to accept, by meanes of which refusall the
recovery or redemption of the same was obstructed and uttery over=
throwne. Which hee well knoweth being the person who acted as aforesaid
in the premisses. And further cannot depose:-/:-

To the 14th hee saith, That this deponent upon the said Mico's refusall
as predeposed was constrained to send to the said Culling and rest
of the Owners aforesaid for money to redeeme the said shipp and
lading, who furnished himw ith moneys necessarie for that purpose,
but all too late, the principall goods being already plundered sold
and disposed off, and there then remaining onely the said shipp
despoyled of her best furniture and materialls, and such inconsiderable
goods as predeposed, which were sould to and bought in the [?Lumpe]
by certaine Genoeses or Provincalls but for how much hee his deponent knoweth not The premisses
hee saith hee well knoweth upon the grounds predeposed. And further cannot

To the 15th hee saith, That the said shipp Amity with her Tackle
and furniture Provision and Gunns at the time of her said
redemption from the french, were really worth 500: li sterling
in this deponents judgement and estimation, but what the value of the said
Mr Mico's goods were which then, as predeposed, remained aboard
her, this deponent saith hee cannot estimate. And further cannot depose

To the 16th hee saith, That the cleere and full proceed of the said shipp and goods
so redeemed and recovered by this deponent accounted to the smme
of 295: li sterling or thereabouts all which moneyes by the permission and direction
of the said Owners and this deponent came to the hande of the said
Samuel Mico, who, as this deponent hath credibly heard and by the
suite now depending between the said parties beleeveth, hath detained
and still doeth detaine the same from the said producents. And
further hee cannot depose:-/

To the 17th hee saith, That forasmuch as hee this deponent
constantly imployed in and about the recovery of the said shipp
and goods from the said seizure, hee well knoweth that the
said recoveries did cost the said producents the summe of one
hundred pounds sterling and upwards. And further cannot

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