HCA 13/71 f.162v Annotate
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betweene England and Spayne as is in this Interrogatory is suggested, so
farr as this deponent heard, there not being att that tyme any such diff[?erence GUTTER]
as this Rendent beleiveth. And further otherwise than negatively
he cannot depose.
To the 7th Interrogatory he saith, that att such tyme as the Little Mary [?lay GUTTER]
att Wexford there was some rumour of a difference like to happen
betwixt England, and Spayne, which was so farr as this Rendent could
understand without any sufficient ground att that tyme. And otherwise
except negatively he cannot answer.
To the 8th Interrogatory he saith he hath noe relation to the sayd Body nor [?ever GUTTER]
had saving for the lading of the sayd goods for him as aforesayd. neyther
hath he any manner of share of Interest in the sayd goods. And he saith
the sayd Boddy hath payd and given bills to pay for each barrell of
herrings fourteene shillings sterlling per barrrell, and twelve
shillings sterling per hundred weight for the sayd beefe. and for the
sayd pipe=staves eight pounds per thousand, which this Rendent know[?eth GUTTER]
to be true, and that a Contract was made on behalfe of the sayd [?Boddy GUTTER]
1for such payment for the sayd goods. And otherwise hee cannot answer.
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.
Fra: [?Herrey] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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