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To the first and second articles of the sayd allegation he
deposeth and saith That of his this deponents certaine
knowledge (who went out Purser of the arlate shipp the
Edward and John in her voyage from this Port of London
to the Barbadoes and soe home againe) their was shipped
and putt aboard the sayd shipp an iron=gray gelding to
be transported from this port of London to the Barbadoes
and there to be delivered to the arlate Major Chamberlaine
or his Assignes (as did appear by a bill of lading which this deponent hath seene) and that the said horse was safely
transported to the Barbadoes, and there carryed ashore
by the arlate henry Turpin, And that the sayd
Gelding or horse being not delivered there to the sayd Major
Chamberlaine, he the sayd Chamberlaine did commence
an action or suite against the producent, And he
deposeth that he the deponent was brought to a tryall, and
that in all probability Captain Totty had overthrown[?e GUTTER]
the sayd Major Chamberlain in his said suite for
the sayd Gelding, had not the said henry Turpin
then in publique Court acknowledged to the Judge
that it was good reason that he should pay his share
and the rest of the shipps company their severall and
respective shares out of their wages for the value of the
sayd Gelding; The premisses he deposeth being Purser
of the sayd shipp as well her outward as homeward bound
Voyage, and present in Court at the passages by him
predeposed And further he cannot depose,/

To the third article he deposeth and saith that he this deponent
being Purser of the shipp arlate for the voyage arlate
did therby well understand that the goods arlate
were putt on board and shipped to be transported to
the Barbadoes and there to be delivered unto or for
the accompt of the severall persons arlate, he this
deponent haveing seene the severall bills of lading
for the said goods, And he saith that the said goods [?were GUTTER]
not delivered but by whose default he knoweth not, And
the sayd Captaine Totty the producent was at the Barbadoes
(of this deponents certaine knowledge) sued for and
condemned in the sayd respective goods [?wares] and [XXXX GUTTER]
arlate with expenses of suite [?seized] in two sheets of XXXX GUTTER
and sixty deale boards for the accompt of the sayd Major
Chamberlaine, and for the accompt of the Mr [harXXX GUTTER]
800 of pipe staves, for the accompt of Mr [XXX GUTTER]
Anthony one Quoyle of Roapes, The premisses [XXXX GUTTER]
he deposeth because he was present in the Court at the
Barbadoes on the severall dayes the causes concerning the
said goods came unto triall, and when the producent was
overthrown in the said suites, and condemned with [?charges GUTTER]
of suite in the respective valews of the sayd goods
And further he cannot depose saving that the sayd
producent did accordingly make payment or satisfaction
for the sayd goods not delivered as aforesayd