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for him their deponent to staye there eight dayes ore hee proceeded
on his voyage to Teneriff, and saith hee hath receaved part of his freight
and the rest is not yet due and therefore is not paid And further to this Interrogatorie
hee cannot answere./

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith for that hee hath not his journall about him hee doth
not remember the day hee first arives at Oratava in Teneriff aforesayd
but saith Smith arived there the very same tyme And farther hee cannot

To the 3: 4th and 5th Interrogatories hee saith that the generall letter
predeposed of sent from the factors at Teneriff came first to this deponents
hand and by him was [?commonisated] to the rest of the masters of the English
Ships then there lyeing and among the rest to the sayd Smith aboard the shipp Katherine in Teneriff road saith they all of
them read the originall and then caused every of them coppies of the same to bee
transcribed out of it and saith the coppies that have their deponent caused to be made
thereof was examined with the originall by this deponent and another but whome
by name hee remembereth not neither doth hee remember whether in examinaton
thereof hee read the originall or the Coppy And further to those Interrogatories
1hee cannot answere./

To the 6th Interrogatorie saving his forgoeing depositión and answere hee cannot further
answere to the Interrogatories saving hee saith that there was noe shipp came
home onyly that this deponent knoweth of, that came to Teneriff at the
same tyme the Prosperous did (and which stayed so longe there as shee
did which was at least five and forty dayes from her first arrivall there)
till her departure thence and saith hee beleeveth the reason of the sayd shipp
Prosperous Coming home empty was only because her factors who
were to lade her did not promise a lisense as aforesayd, And saith hee
beleeveth the reason why other shipps returned empty was because they
did not stay there the full tyme they were appointed by Charterparty And
further to this interrogatorie hee cannot answere/

To the 7th hee saith his papers or dispatches by which hee was laden
was promised by his Merchants either that on board his shipp
or that on shoare and saith the sayd papers remayed in his merchants
hands and came not to their deponenth hands And further hee cannot answere/

To the 8th hee saith hee hath heard that the Interrogate Ingram had
the sayd voyage goods which came home in other shipps And further
to this Interrogatories hee cannot answere/

To the 9th hee cannot answere./

To the last he saith hee went not with the sayd Smith out of the downes nor
knoweth what shipps went in Company with him thense, And saith his this
deponents shipp went first from London on the voyage in question And further to this
Interrogatories hee cannot answere./

Repeated before Collonell Cork./