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To the 5th hee cannot answere/

To the 6th hee saith hee very well knoweth the Interrogate Robert Bevin and [?saith GUTTER]
hee knoweth hee was the voyage in question factor at the Teneriff one of the
Canary Islands for the Interrogate Travers, and saith hee is not soe well
acquainted with the said Bevins handwriting as to know whether the
noate shewed him at the tyme of this his examination mentioned in this
Interrogatorie bee sayd Bevins handwriting or signed by him, And
to the rest of the Interrogatorie he cannot answere./

To the 7th hee cannot answere knowing nothing touching the contents thereof/

To the 8th hee saith hee hath heard the Interrogant Burridge saye that there were some pipes of wine which should
have bin laden aboard the Martin Roger Paxton Master and were by mistake put
aboard the John and Mary William Webber Master but the number or for whose of [?Accompt GUTTER]
they were the sayd Burridge did not declare to this deponent, And therefore hee
cannot further answere to this Interrorgatorie./

To the 9th hee saith hee cannot answere neither doth it concern him to answere
thereto having not deposeth to the article Interrogate/

To the 10th hee cannot answere neither doth it concerne him soe to doe having
not deposeth to the article Interrogate./

To the 11th hee saith that the sayd Paxtons shipp came consigned to the sayd
Bouridge (sic) who was to freight her wholly but saith the sayd Bouridge (sic) having
not wines sufficient of his owne to freight her did lett part of her tonnage
to this deponent and hee beleveeth the sayd Burridge paid Indulto money for
so much wines as hee laded aboard her, and hee his deponent well knoweth
that for what wines hee this deponent laded on board her hee this deponent
paid Indulto money him selfe after the rate aforementioned and saith
hee heard the sayd Burridge and others in Teneriff saye that the sayd Paxtons
shipp could have carried thirty or forty pipes of wynes more then shee
had on board her the voyage in question, and further hee cannot answere/

Repeated before both Judges in Court/

Ralph Standish [SIGNATURE RH SIDE]