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fower lighters by the sayd shipps side and went and acquainted the sayd Southwood
with the sayd Wogassen and Johnsons refuseing to deliver the sayd ladeing, And
the sayd Southwood thereupon told this deponent that if they would not deliver
it hee could not helpe it but willed this deponent to continue his lighters
at the shipps side ready to remove the same And saith this deponent accordingly
did continue his lighters there for many dayes togeather expecting the delivery
of the sayd ladeing And that after the sayd lighters had stayed there about
fower dayes the sayd Wogassen and Johnson did deliver or caused to be delivered out of the
sayd shipp into one of the sayd lighters unto John Weaver one of this deponents
servants for the use and Accompt of the sayd Mr Southwood as the sayd Weaver told this deponent
a parcell of stock fish which the sayd Weaver tooke and carried to Saint Saviours
Dock and there delivered it at a warehouse for Accompt of the sayd Mr Southwood
as the sayd Weaver told this deponent And soe returned with the sayd lighter
to the sayd shipps side And hee saith that the sayd Weaver and Richard
Motley an other of this deponents servants who attended with the sayd lighter[?s GUTTER]
at the shipps side, did tell this deponent that the Master of the sayd shipp
the arlate Peter Johnson did tell them that unlesse they had order
from Mr Lannder ˹(meaning the arlate Mr Lannder as hee beleeveth) or that hee came from Bristoll and gave the order
for delivery of the sayd shipps ladeing they could not nor would not
deliver any more thereof then they had delivered (meaning the sayd parcell
of ffish, And his sayd servants alsoe told him this deponent that the sayd
Lannder (upon advise sent to him (as hee the sayd Lannder sayd to Bristoll)
from the sayd Southwood) of such refusall to deliver the sayd ladeing) came
in person from Bristoll and in their hearing did demand the goods in
question of the sayd Master and the sayd Johnson and ordered them to
deliver the same And that thereupon the sayd Wogosson (sic) and Johnson did
deliver out of the sayd shipp to the sayd Weaver and Mottley this deponents
men on board this deponents lighters such of the sayd such of the goods in
the sayd shipp as were not wasted and spoiled, who carried and disposed
them (as they the sayd Weaver and Motley told this deponent) according to
the order and appointment of the sayd Lanunder (left with the sayd Wogosson (sic) and Johnson And saith that this [?deponents GUTTER]
lighters (of this deponents knowledge), soe layed by the sayd shipps side to receive and carrie the sayd
goods about one or two and twenty dayes in all, In which tyme the
this deponent came him selfe and desyred of the sayd Wogosson (sic) and
Johnson that they would permitt his servants to carrie away the
goods in question and that the sayd Wogosson (sic) and Johnson and alsoe
one who was a weighter aboard the sayd shipp told this deponent
that there must none of them bee removed and carried away [?till GUTTER]
the sayd Mr Lannder came, or gave order for the delivery of them
And further hee cannot depose/

To the rest hee is not examined by direction of the producents proctor

Robart Beebee [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined on the sayd allegation



John Weaver of the parish of Saint Olave southwark
Lighterman aged 22 yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse
sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first and second article of the sayd allegation hee saith