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this deponent beleeving and observing the sayd Webber to bee unwilling
to deliver the sayd ten pipes, which hee beleveeth hee might have done
for that four pipes of wine which should have bin brought aboard his
this deponents shipp were in like manner laden aboard an
other shipp whereof one Richard Clarke was master lying the
sayde voyage at the Canaries were by the sayd Clarke upon demand
delivered to this deponent and laden aboard this said deponents shipp./

To the 6th Interrogatorie saving his foregoing deposition to which hee
referreth hee answereth negatively to this Interrogatorie./

To that last hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor having
heard any thing to the effect Interrogate./.

Repeated before doctor Godolphin



The 14th of June 1656/

Sir John Barker Baronett Executor of Robert}
Barker [?et cetera] against Gyles Travers et cetera Smith Budd}

Examined on an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the sayd Sir John Barker the 14th of
May 1656./

Rp. 3us

William Barker of London Esquire aged fiftie
one years of thereabouts a wittnes sworn and
examined saith and deposeth as followingly videlicet

To the first second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith
that hee well knoweth and remembreth that hee this deponent and
one Mr Robert harvie the deponents precontest and the arlate
Gyles Travers being all together at the lodgeing of
the arlate Robet Barker deceased (who then lay sick of the last sicknes
whereof hee dyed) about stateing and perfecting Accounts betwixt the
sayd Travers and the sayd Rober Barker hee the sayd Rober Barker
among other discourse that passed told this deponent that there was a Cargoe
of Tobaccoe shipped for Spaine by this sayde Mr Travers and him the
sayd Robert and that hee the sayde Robert had a quarter part
of and in the sayde Cargo which words or words to that like effect hee soe
spake in presence and hearing of the sayde Mr harvie and this deponent and
alsoe of the sayde Travers who noe way contradicted or denyed the same
And further to these articles hee cannot of his certaine knowledge
depose not being privie to the lading of the sayde Tobaccoes not
seeing or certainly knowing upon which shipp they were laden, but
saith hee hath credibly heard and belongeth that the sayd Cargo of Tobaccoe
was laden aboard the arlate shipp the Eve and in her transported
to Spaine or other parts beyound the seas and part thereof invested in
wynes and fruite and videlicet a hundred fiftie and sixe pipes of wine
and one hundred barrells of raysins which wines and raisins as hee
hath likewise heard and beleeveth did safely arrive at this port of London
in the sayde shipp the Eve, and for the reason aforesayd beleeveth the
sayd Robert had a quarter part of the sayde wynes and raysins properly
belonging to him his further hee cannot depose. saving his subsequent

To the 4th hee saith hee also heard the arlate Rober Barker in his