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And saith that the sayd Jeggles having at Lisbone gotten a Pylott and was
severall tymes by stresse of weather beaten back to Bell Isle in the River
of Lisborne, soo that it was three moneths and some
odd dayes before the sayd Jeggles did gaine the port of Porto Port, which
Port hee might in this deponents Judgement very well have gained when
hee first beate up and downe two dayes as a foresayd before it; hee the sayd
Jeggles had certainely knowne how the barr of the sayd harbour did then
lye And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 3 hee saith that after the sayd Jeggles his shipp was by stresse of[?weather GUTTER]
forced to Lisbone and before shee gott thense into Porto Port some English [?XXXX GUTTER]
were gott into Porto Port with certayne goods but of what sorte hee knoweth
not for that they were unladen before the sayd Jeggles his shipp gott into
Porto Port And further to this article hee cannot depose saving hee saith that
one of the shipps which came into Porto Port before the sayd Jeggles did lade
oyle and wines as the sayd Jeggles did, and did therewith goe in Company with
the sayd Jeggles to Barbados./

To the 4th article hee saith hee well knoweth that there were at Mevis delivered
containe wynes for Accompt of the arlate Cowse but how many hee knoweth
not, but what quantitie the sayd Jeggles was there ordered to deliver or whether
hee detyned any part of wyne hee was there ordered there to deliver hee
knoweth not And further hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith that hee goeing Gunner as aforesayd knoweth that
after the retourne of the sayd shipp Anne from New England to the
Barbados the sayd Jeggles did there receave of one Edmond Cowse
(reputed a factor of James Cowse) certaine Merchandizes videlicet seaven or [?eight GUTTER]
pipes of wyne, thirty two reames of paper, a smale bayle of painted stuff{?es GUTTER]
(how many peeces it conteyned hee knoweth not) two chests of fine Earthen [?ware GUTTER]
and a parcell of course Earthen ware, and a parcell of salt, And further [?to GUTTER]
this article hee cannot depose not being privie to the sayd Jeggles his [?Accompt GUTTER]
given of the sale thereof now knowing to whome hee sold the same or how much hee sold [?them GUTTER]
nor for what rates hee sold them./

To the 6th and the schedule therein mentioned hee cannot depose/

To the 7th hee saith that the sayd Jeggles having in his passage from Bar=
badoes to Virginia by stresse of weather lost his foremast and foretopmast
and foretopsayle yards and the rigging belonging to all ot them did lie after
his arrival at Virginia betwixt fower or five moneths to [?sell GUTTER]
the goods brought thither and to procure a freight for London or Holland and
to fitt him selfe with a foremast foretopp mast and foretop sayle yard and [?XXX GUTTER]
to them and having fitted him selfe therewith but not being able (as hee [?beleeveth GUTTER]
to gett a freight (though hee did of this deponents knwledge endeavour to gett one) [?the GUTTER]
sayd Jeggles after soe long stay there went thense with about two hundred
hogsheads of tobaccoe which was lesse than a third part of the sayd shipps [?XXX GUTTER]
shee being of the burthen of about two hundred and twenty tonns And
further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee saith hee being Gunner and aboard as aforesayd knoweth
that the sayd Jeggles in his voyage homeward from Virginia to London