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deponent aboard the sayd shipp the voyage in question received of this deponent in the Island of Teneriff
fifty eight ryalls or thereabouts per pipe for every of the sayd 49 pipes for indulto
or admission money, paid as hee the sayd Bevin affirmed for liberty to lade the sayd
shipp And this deponent well knoweth that by reason of the sayd imbargoe noe
English shipps were permitted to lade wines there without paying indulto or
admission money to the Officers of the King of Spaine And further to these
articles hee cannot depose/

To the 6th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent being
aboard the shipp John and Mary arlate in the Roade of Loratava the voyage in
question there heard the arlate William Webber the Master of her saye
that there were tenn pipes of wyne laden aboard the sayd shipp for
Accompt of the arlate Burridge and that hee had receaved order from
the sayd Mr Bevin not to firme any bills of ladeing for the sayd tenn
pipes of wyne unlesse the sayd Burridge or his Assignes would pay
or oblige to pay Indulto or admission money after the rates that other
wynes laden aboard the sayd shipp did and those words were spoken by the
sayd Webber to this deponent on board the sayd shipp in the Roade aforesayd
And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith as before hee hath deposed that hee this deponent did pay
beside freight 58 ryalls or thereabouts a pipe for indulto money for the 49
pipes laden by him this deponent aboard the John and Mary to the said Bevin at Teneriff aforesayd and well knoweth
that all English shipps the voyage in question who receaved ladeing
did pay or agree to pay to the King of Spaines Officers Indulto or
admission money before they could be or were admitted to take in any ladeing
And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the rest of the articles he is not examined by direction of Mr [?Baker]
proctor for the producent./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth of his knowledge
in this cause being required soe to doe by the producent Travers and saith, hee
favoureth all the parties litigant in this cause alike and desyreth right may
prevaile and saith it will be neither profitt nor preiudice to this deponent which side
soe ever prevaile therein./

To the 2 hee answereth negatively

To the 3 hee saith hee was on board the shipp John and Mary when the tenn
pipes of wayne Interrogate were brought on board her, but sawe noe
noate brought with them And further hee cannot answere/

To the 4th hee saith hee was not present at the any agreement made by the Interrate
Travers or his Agents with the officers of the King of Spaine touching Indulto
money nor sawe his Agents pay any to them, but saith as before hee hath deposed
that hee knoweth by generall reporte among the English factors at Teneriff
and Masters of Shipps there the voyage in question that all English shipps
which then receaved ladeing did pay Indulto money to the sayd Bevin And further to this
Interrogatory hee cannot answere./

To the 5th Interrogatory hee saith that about a day or two after the 10 pipes of wyne
interrogate were laden aboard the John and Mary the Interrogate Paxton did come