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To the third hee saith the care of goods after they are laden and
stowed belongeth to the Mates, boatswaine and all other the
Shipps company as hee beleeveth, And further hee cannot answere/

To the 4th hee answereth negatively for his part And further
cannot answere saving his foregoing deposition/

To the 5th hee saith hee was not present at the tryall Interrogate,
and therefore knoweth nothing touching the matters Interrogate nor
can further answere thereto saving his foregoing deposition/

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith saving his foregoing deposition
hee cannot answere thereto otherwise then negatiuely for his part,
for that hee for his part offered noe violence nor gave any
threatning language to any of the men hired by the sayd Totty
to helpe to unlade the sayd shipp, nor sawe any other of the
sayd shipps Company offer any violence or give any threat=
ning speeches to them./

Repeated with his precontest before
Colonel Cock.



In the behalfe of Robert Browne}
[?Bryant] touching a losse in the Starr.}
In a businesse of Assurance.}

The 30th of August 1656

John Browne of Lyme Regis in the
County of Norfolke Mariner, aged 24
yeares or thereabouts sworne before the right
Worshipfull William fforth doctor of lawes (surrogate
in this behalfe duely appointed) and examined
upon certain Interrogatories ministred on the
behalfe of the said Robert Browne, saith
and deposeth as followeth.

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth hee well knew
and was boatswaine of and was aboard the shipp the Starr interrogated
in her last trading voyage within the Straights, and
thereby well knoweth that shee was in safetie and well being
on the first day of June 1655, at which time hee saith shee was at
Algier and was thence bound for Ligorne, and saith this deponent
was then belonging to her in the qualitie aforesaid and had soe bin
from the tenth of May next preceding the said first of June 1655.

To the second hee saith that hee well knew the interrogated Robert
Browne English Merchant resident at Algier and saith that about
the end of May 1655 the said shipp the Starr (having bin at the Ile
of Mat neare Allicant in Spaine and there laded salt) retourned
therewith to Algier, and there delivered the same, and the same was
in delivery from about the end of the said moneth of May till about the third
of June next following and then was wholly dischardged, and with
the said cargo of salt (accounting to fiftie tonnes or thereabouts) near