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To the .19th. article. he saith, That being att Dublin in September 1655 Last
there was a certayne vessell one Joyce being Master of her which was
dispatched away from thence with pipestaves for the Canaries. And he hath credibly
heard that she arrived safely there and is safely returned with a lading
of wynes. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 20th article hee saith he doth verily beleive that the sayd herrings and
beefe were much damnifyed att the tyme of their delivery out of the sayd
vessell the Little Mary att ffalmouth. And otherwise he cannot depose.

Upon the rest he is not examined by direction of the producent.

To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory, hee saith hee comes to be a witnes in this cause att the Request
of the plaintiffe, who came to know what this Rendent could speake materially
in this busines by such advises as this Rendent did send him, he being
the person who did lade the sayd Bodyes goods as aforesayd. And otherwise negatively

To the .2nd. Interrogatory he saith he was not present, when the sayd Mr Body dispatched
the sayd shipp att this Port. but saith that he himselfe did give the dispatches
att Wexford in the month of September aforesayd about the end of the sayd moneth
And this Rendent did often urge the sayd Masters to be gone, and one of them
videlicet William [?Stretch] sayd positively he would not till he had further order
from his Owners, which he pretended to expect from Dublin, and refused
to signe the bills of lading, pretending he was Master for the shipp, and Dennys
for the goods. for which causes and the Many quarrells that arose betweene
the sayd two Masters, which were so Notorious that the Governour of the Towne
tooke notice therof, and for that, the sayd [?Stretch] did absence himselfe
using as was commonly sayd not heard of him, to give him dispatches, or
receyve bills of lading, but was enforced to make use of the sayd Dennys
onely in that behalfe. The sayd shipp Little Mary lost her opportunityes
of departing from Wexford so soone as otherwise she might. And otherwise
he cannot answer.

To the third Interrogatory he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions, and
otherwise negatively.

To the fourth Interrogatory he cánnot otherwise than negatively depose.

To the fifth hee saith the sayd goods were well condi=
tioned att the tyme of their lading.
And he this Rendent
did see the making upp of the most part of the sayd herrings and beife.
And otherwise saving as aforesayd cannot depose, not being att ffalmouth
when the sayd herrings and beefe were there delivered out of the sayd vessell.

To the Interrogatoryes 2.o loco [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 6th. Interrogatory he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions, or
answers to the 2nd Interrogatoryy; and saith the sayd dennis was sober when he
signed the bills of lading. and the sayd [?Stretch] or [?Street] pretended not
any refusall to signe the sayd bills upon pretence of any difference