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The 5th day of May 1656/

Lewis de [?Sormeaux] aganist John de Richard Sieur}
de Kargonell: Budd}

Examined on an allegation given in and admitted
on behalfe of the sayd John de Richard Sieur de Kargonell/

Rp. jus

Robert Bowden of the parish of Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey
in the County of Surrey Mariner aged thirty five yeares or
thereabouts a wittnes sworne and examined saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet./

To the first second third 4th 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that
the three bayles of linnen now in controversie were brought downe in a boate

no. 38
[A CROSS 40]

and put aboard this deponents shipp the Morlaix Merchant marked and
numbered as in the margent and a noate brought with them directed to

No. 38
+ 39

this deponent desyring him this deponent to receive them on board the sayd
shipp. but there was noe name subscribed to the sayd noate whereby to
expresse from whome it came, and this deponent did receive them on board
this sayd shipp and conceiving and beleeveing them to bee sent by the arlate
ffrancis Trenchpaine the yonger for that were marked with the same
marke which hee well know the sayd trenchpaine in former voyages did use to
marke his goods ,with which hee laded aboard this deponents sayd shipp, And
saith that after the sayd three bayles of linnen were soe laden aboard this deponents
sayd shipp, the sayd Trenchpaine came to this deponent and desyred this deponent
to goe with him to his the sayd Trenchpaines lodgeing in Morlaize aforesayd
to signe bills of ladeing for the sayd three bayles of linnen, and this deponent
thereupon went thither with him and signed three bills of ladeing of one and
the same tenor for the sayd three bayles, and saith that the sayd bayles were laden
aboard the sayd shipp and bills signed for them before the eleventh day of March
last past and delivered to the sayd Trenchpaine all
three of them in the sayd Trenchpaines lodgeing, and alsoe saith that every
of the sayd bills were left blanke, and it was not expressed in them (when
they were soe signed) that they were for the Risque or Account of the arlate
Lewis desormeaux or any other person whatsoever, nor that they were to
bee delivered heere in london to the arlate John Tufton or to any other
person whatsoever, but the same were left blanke as to both those particulars soe that it was in the
power of the sayd Trenchpaine after they were soe signed by this deponent
to put in any persons name as the person for whose Accompt they were laden,
as also any persons name to whome they were to be delivered, but saith hee beleeveth
the sayd three bales of linnen did properly belonge to the arlate John de
Richards Sieur de Kargonell and Madame Annee Guillame his wife as lawfull
Owners and Proprietors of them for that the sayd John de Richards sieur de
Kargonell did on the sayd eleventh day of March last past togeather with the sayd Trenchpaines factor came on board this
deponents sayd shipp in the River of Morlaix and did demande of this
deponent the sayd three bayles of linnen and the sayd de Richards
told this deponent that the sayd bayles were his and that the sayd Trenchpaine
had agreed with him to and his sayd wife to pay them for the same
within three weekes or a moneth after they soe delivered them
to him the sayd Trenchpaine, and that hee the sayd Trenchpaine had not paid him
the sayd de Richards and his wife according to agreement, and that therefore hee
the sayd de Richards was to have the sayd three bayles delivered back to
him to bee disposed of as hee the sayd de Richards should thinke fitt and showed
and left with this deponent the noate in the sayd sixth article mentioned for