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cottons, Indico's, ginger, sugars and moneys in the space of seaven
yeares or thereabouts before the said ffords death (which hapened as this
deponent hath bin informed about a yeare and halfe since) and hath both
received moneys of him and paid moneys unto him in such their dealings
they having often bought goods of and sold goods to each other, and
this deponent hath from time to time paid moneys to the said ffrancis
fford and made him retournes according to his order; but for the
particularities of time, or goods or retournes, hee saith hee cannot
declare the same, for such as his bookes and accompts touching
such dealing and trading together at the Barbadas are there
remaining, and this deponent unfurnished of the said account
and particulars, but since his this deponents comming into England
hee hath received from him only fifteene pipes or caskes of sugar
containing according to the weight at Barbada's 16105 pounds, which
sugars this deponent sold here for the summe of two hundred seaventie
and eight pounds and some odd shillings, and received from him about
two yeeres since a bill of exchange for x li, all which moneys
both for the said sugars and upon the said bill of exchange hee this deponent
hath received and disposed of, according to the said ffrancis his order,
and saith the said sugars were received by this deponent about
two yeares since. And further that about a moneth or two before
Christmas last over a twelve moneth this deponent from the interrogated
Charles Rich received fifteene butts and two hogsheads of sugar
which were marked F P. and were here sold by this deponent for
the summe of 296 li odd moneyes, which hee hath alsoe received, and
saith hee hath soe received and disposed thereof as the goods of the said
Charles Rich, and hath given him an account of the moneys for the
same, and made him retournes thereof according to his the
said Charles his desire; and further that the fore said fifteene pipes
or caskes of sugar soe as afore said received from the said ffrancis fford
were alsoe marked F P; and saith hee never received any moneys or
bills of exchange from the said Charles Rich or from any other for or
concerning the said Rich, nor any moneys or bill or bills of
exchange (saving as aforesaid for x li) from the said ffrancis fforde
or other for or concerning him, nor any other goods than as aforesaid
from either of them since such his comming into England, And for
what dealinge hee had with the said fford at the Barbada's hee
cleared accounts with the said fford there before this deponents comming
thence. And otherwise hee cannot answer to this Interrogatorie.

To the third hee saith hee received the foresaid fifteene pipes or
caskes of sugar from the said fford by the shipp Golden Lyon, Richard
husbands commander and received the same as the goods of the said fford
and disposed thereof according to his order; but did not receive any
goods, bills of exchange or moneyes from him in any of the shipps mentioned
in this Interrogatory videlicet the Recovery the Dolphin, the West India Merchant
the Mary of New England or the ffrancis and Jane or in any other
shipp or shipps saving the said goods in the Golden Lyon, And
otherwise hee answereth negatively, saving the said sugars from Charles Rich
came in the Swan of London 7 butts, two hogsheads, and in the Edward of London
eight butts.