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Whereof hee said hee had bin Minister) to see the Captaine and
company, and shortly after on the same day retourning aboard the
Endymion, hee the said Mr Wallis brought a small bagg with him, and
in the steerage of the Endymion hee the said Mr Wallys delivered the said
bagg to the said Alexander Rignall alias Reynolds, and praed him
to put it up; and said it was a token which hee received of John
Russell, mate of the Jonathan, to be carried and delivered to the said
Russells wife, whereupon the said Alexander received the same,
all which hee knoweth being present and seeing and hearing the same being one of the Endymions company
but the colour of the said bagg or whether it
Simon Myddleton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 15th of October 1657:
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Hope Martin Janson Master}
Martin Janson of Ostry in Norway Mariner
aged 32 yeeres or thereabouts