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To the 8th hee saith, That in case the said shipp had not bin sayed engaged by
contract as aforesaid and [XXXX] in expectation of her lading by them the said Jagoe and said
Bowtill, shee might very well have had another freight or imployment as
advantagious and beneficiall or more than the voiage for which they had contracted
with him the said Marriott which hee this deponent knoweth, for that at Limrick in Ireland this
deponent then being, a frieght was offered her from thence to Kingsale in Ireland
and so to Minihead or Bristoll in England and thereto Waterford And
further cannot depose./:

To the 9th hee saith, That the said Nathaniel Marriott by reason of the stayeing of the only said (shipp
and not peformance of Covenants as aforesaid by the said Jagoe and Bowtill hath
in this deponents judgement and according to his Conscience upon his oath suffered
dammage to the valew of three hundred pounds and upwards, shee having beeing in
a Capacity to have gained as much in the time of her said detention, and since
of which shee hath bin hindred by the meanes aforesaid, having since performed onely
one Voiage from dartmouth to Newhaven, in ffrance wherein shee onely earned
30 li sterling or thereabouts, being forced to take that freight purposely to be freed
from the debt and engagements shee had contracted at dartmouth by meanes aforesaid
and she said Nathaniel Marriot being absent in Ireland, and thereby not in a
readnesse to supply her wants. The premisses hee deposeth upon grounds of knowledge
as aforesaid being well acquainted with the occurrences of and concerning the said
shipp both before aged since the Contract predeposed./

To the 10th hee saith, That the said Jagoe hath been required both by the deponent
and the said Roger hall and the said Bowtill by this deponent to make payment
and give satisfaction for and in the premises according to the said Contract, which they
have refused and delayed and still refuse and delay to doe, And further
referreth himselfe to the Acts and proceedings of this Court./

To the 11th hee saith the said Thomas Jagoes was and is a Merchant inhabitant at
dartmouth aforesaid, and the said William Bowtill, here at London, they being Englishmen
and subjects of this Commonwealth./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/

Thomas Marryott [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The third of May 1656 [CENTRE HEADING]

Complaine against Brandling}

Examined upon the foresaid allegation given in
on the behalfe of the said Brandling and

Rp. 2us


Samuel Warner of Ipswich shipwright aged 37
years or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first and third article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth
that immediately before the lading of the hemp with the shipp the
Primrose arlate brought to London the voyage wherein (in her returne
from London) shee met with the stormes in question, namely about a
moneth before such her returne from London, hee this deponent being
a shipwright was by his precontest William Marsh the master of the
said shipp imployed to worke, and with one Thomas Page did worke
upon her at Ipswich to calke and fitt her for that voyage, wherein
hee saith they used all care and dilegence they being called upon and
administered to doe the worke well and make her very tight and staunch
because shee was to carry hemp for London, And saith that this deponent