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ánd second and done as therein is conteyned. And otherwise hee
saith hee cannot depose.

To the fourth article of the sayd Libell hee saith that the plaintiffe Mary was the
lawfull reputed wife, and is the widdow of the sayd John Carey, who is departed
this life. And hee beleiveth that she is likewise his Administratrix.
And otherwise he cánnot depose.

To the 5th. article hee saith that the sayd Gilbert Christopher is by report likewise departed
this life. ánd beleiveth that the sayd shipp Peter and Jane is arrested by
authority of this Court in order to the recovery of the sayd summe of
114 li. 5 s. 6 d. And further cannot depose.

To the 6th article he cánnot depose otherwise than as aforesayd.

To the 7th. he saith he knoweth not William Christopher.

To the 8th. he cánnot depose otherwise than as aforesayd saving that
his Contests Richard daines, and Isaac Jasquiell, and others did know
of the arlate sale and allso of the delivery of the sayd Copper barrs to the sayd
Gilbert Christopher att Ginney.

To the 9th. hee saith his deposition is true.

To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

Smyth dt

To the first Interrogatory he saith he did know the sayd John Carey about thirteene
monethes before his death, and the sayd Gilbert Christopher he knew
onely att Guinny in the month of June 1655 aforesayd. And as to Justice
favoured them equally. And he hath noe manner of engagement with
or from the sayd Mary Carey, nor was any way indebted to the sayd John
Carey, or he to this Rendent. And further otherwise than negatively
he cannot depose or answer.

To the second Interrogatory he saith he is noe way interested in the sayd goods
nor in this suit nor the money that shall be recovered thereby. And
saith the sayd Gilbert Christopher did make earnest suit to have the sayd goods
or Copper barrs aforesayd, and knoweth and saw that he disposed of some
of the sayd Copper barrs in the buying of negroes; and beleiveth he
did dispose of the rest for the best advantage of his voyage, which would
as this Rendent verily beleiveth have bene overthrowne had not the
sayd John Carey furnished him with the sayd Copper barrs as aforesayd.
And further saving his foregoeing deposition to which he referreth
himselfe hee saith he cannot answere/.



The same day. Examined upon the sayd allon Libell. [CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. (2us

Richard Daynes of Wapping in the County of Middlesex Mariner
late Gunner of the sayd shipp the Anne aged twenty six
yeares or neare thereabouts, a witnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first second and third Article of the sayd Libell and to the bill thereto
annexed now shewne him he saith and deposeth That the arlate John
Carey departed from this Port in the sayd shipp the Anne whereof he was Master
in the month of ffebruary 1654. and tooke with him certayne Quantities