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schedules respectively mentioned the sayd Samuel Titsell as Commander
of the sayd shipp or his Agents paid and receyved of and from the
said Mary Dell or from this deponent (who delivered most of them
as her Agent in that behalfe all and singular the goods, things
and provisions in the sayd three Schedules respectively mentioned
att the severall and respective rates and prices in the sayd Schedule
dated January .30th. 1653. amounting to thirty one pounds eight
shillings eleven pence. the goods in the sayd third schedule dated the
12th of Aprill 1654. amounting to twenty three pounds eighteene
shillings and a penny. And the goods mentioned in the sayd fourth
schedule dated the 10th of July 1654. amounting to nyne pounds
eighteene shillings three pence. which he knoweth to be true for
that he this deponent himselfe did deliver the greatest part of the
sayd goods to the sayd Titsell or his Agents, and the plaintiff he
knoweth delivereth the rest and this deponent did booke them all
and did transcribe the sayd Schedules out of and agreeable to the
sayd booke; and knoweth that all the sayd goods were delivered to
and for the use of the sayd shipp Three Sisters. And otherwise he
cannot depose.

To the seventh Article of the sayd allegation and the sayd four schedules herein mentioned
he saith that the sayd goods and provisions on the sayd four schedules
respectively mentioned were necessary and usefull for the sayd shipp
to enable her for the sea imployments and voyages or services she was
to make, and he doth verily believe that the same were about the
tymes of the dates of the sayd respective Schedules really used upon and
in the sayd shipp for the purpose aforesayd, which he deposeth aswell
for the reasons aforesayd as for that he actually saw many of the
sayd goods in the sayd shipp and did himselfe carry and deliver some
of them on board the sayd shipp lyeing in this River of Thames.
And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the eight article of the sayd allegation and to the said four Schedules he saith
that for the reasons aforesayd he doth know that the sayd goods in the sayd
second third and fourth Schedules respectively mentioned were att the tyme
of their such delivery for the use of the sayd shipp as aforesayd really
worth the summes respectively in the sayd Schedules sett downe for them
and accordingly were usually sold att those rates in and neere this
Citty. And he doth for the reasons aforesayd beleive the like of
and touching the sayd goods in the sayd first Schedule And otherwise
he cannot depose.

To the nyneth article of the sayd allegation he saith that he this deponent on the behalfe
of the sayd Mary Dell as Adminisratrix of her sayd husband hath


demanded severall tymes the sayd sixty eight pounds due as aforesayd