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fardles of Linnen Numbers 38: 39: 40 and marked as in the margent and make


sale of them and returne their proceeds either in money or wares by Robert
Bodin (meaning this deponent) aboard whose shipp hee should finde them, and
that hee should pay the freight of them to him this deponent and out it to the sayd
de Richards his Accompt and therein deposeth that if this deponent were troubled for delivery of
them to him the sayd Mr Barefoote according to order of him the sayd de
Richard, hee the sayd Mr Barefoote would assiste him in what was needefull
And further to these articles (for that the originall letter mentioned in the 10th
article of this allegation to bee annexed thereto is not thereto annexed) hee
cannot depose./

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

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee came to testifie in this cause at
request of the sayd Barefoote who in the behalfe of the producent de Richard
did require this deponent to testifie the truth of his knowledge therein and
saith, hee is concerned in the sayd bayles noe otherwise than before hee hath
declared saving the freight due to him for them and is to deliver them to the sayd Barefoote
by the sayd de Richards order (if they appeare to be the sayd de Richards) And
further hee cannot answere./

To the 2 saving his foregoeing deposition to whcih hee referreth hee cannot
more fully answere to this Interrogatorie

To the 3 hee hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition to the allegation
whereto hee referreth hee answereth negatively for that hee well knoweth
when hee this deponent signed the bills of ladeing for the linnens in question
hee signed them with blanks as to the name of the person for whose riske
and Accompt they were and with blankes as to the name of the person to
whome they were to bee consigned And further hee cannot answere saving hee saith that since his arrivall
in England hee hath seene produced in this Court by the sayd Interrogate
Tuffton a bill of ladeing signed with this deponents owne hand writeing
in which since this deponent soe signed the same is inserted in the blanke spaces left as aforesayd that the sayd Linnenns were for Accompt and Riske of the sayd Lewis desormeaux and
consigned to be delivered at London to the sayd John Tufton which words
soe inserted hee doth by virtue of his oath declare were not in the sayd
bills when hee signed them and delivered them to the sayd Trenchpayne but
remayned blanke as aforesayd./

To the 4th hee saith hee hath noe coppy of the bill of ladeing as it was first signed it not being
a thing usuall with Masters of shipps to take coppyes of bills of ladeing
but by virtue of his oath declareth that hee very well remembreth and
did take notice when hee delivered them to the sayd Trenchpaine that the
sayd bills were signed with blankes in manner aforesayd and therefore
is able positively to depose and doth positively depose the same And to
the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively not knowing
of nor beleeving any such thing as is Interrogate./

To the 5th hee saith as concerning the Interrogate Trenchpaines becoming
fayled or broke in his Estate hee never heard any thing thereof during
his stay in ffrance the voyage in question And therefore cannot answere
to this Interrogatorie otherwise than negatively saving his foregoeing deposition

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee answereth negatively to every