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Barbados for his own accompt And further hee cannot answere/

To the 3 interrogatorie hee saith hee this deponent was removed from Boatswaine to
bee Masters mate by the order and appointment of the forsayd Nathaniell
harris who was factor or Agent on board the sayd shipp for the sayd harris and
Chambers, and saith that at the sayd shipp coming to Cales shee proved
soe leakie that shee was there left and broken up, but saith shee had delivered
all her ladeing first for that the voyage was noe way hindred thereby
as this deponent beleveeth And further he cannot answere/

Repeated before doctor Goldophin the
day aforesayd:/

Christopher Necke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 23th of Aprill 1656/

Titus Complaine against John Brandlin John}
Blomfeild and Alexander Scott: Clements Smith}

Examined on the libell given in the behalfe
of the sayd Complains.

vid the first in [?d]1. .2.us in G. 3us 4us in C4us
and 5.th in A8

Rp. 3 6us

Percivall Gilborne of the parish of Saint Mary Colechurch
London Grocer aged thirty eight years or thereabouts a
wittness sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth.

To the first second and third articles of the sayd libell hee saith and
deposeth that on or about the seaventeenth day of October one thousand sixe
hundred fifty three the arlate Tytus Complaine came to this deponents
shopp in Bucklersbury London and there brought of this deponent and his Partner Mr Anthony Tyther at the
rate of fifteene pounds twelve shillings fower pence halfe penny, the baskett
of druggs mentioned in the third article of this libell and
according to the sayd Complaine his order hee this deponent
about the same tyme sent one ffrancis hughes a servant of the sayd Anthony
Tyther with the sayd baskett of druggs to dyce key London to see the same there
safely delivered to the wharfenger there, to be shipped or put on board an Ipswich
hoy then lying there (the name whereof this deponent knoweth not) but saith the master
of the sayd hoyes name was (as the sayd Complaine told this deponent) William
Marsh, and the sayd servant accordingly went therewith and brought
this deponent word that the same was safely delivered to the sayd wharfenger who
tooke care thereof And this deponent verily beleveeth the same was by the sayd
wharfenger shortly after put on board the sayd Marsh his hoye and by him the sayd Marsh his or his agents receved on board her to bee thense trans=
ported to Ipswich and there delivered to the arlate Complaine or his Assignes
And further to these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 4th hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee cannot of his certaine knowledge depose but hath heard the sayd
Complaine often saye that the sayd Marsh never delivered the sayd baskett of
druggs or any part thereof to him the sayd Complaine or his Assignes but had carried the some to parts beyond the seas and there sold the same and given him the sayd
Complaine noe satisfaction for the same And further hee cannot depose

To the 6th article hee cannot depose