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ánd upon certaine tearmes, but they brak off for that this deponent
who knew the said wharfe to be very much decayed, would not undertake
to put it into repaire as the said mr Ewens would have had him to have
donne. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee hath left ballasting seaven yeeres
and hath noe relation to the interrogated Prior or his Lighters, and
that hee was formerly a low water man, but now imployes his lighter
in carrying of rubbish from this citie, and otherwise negatively
for his part saving as aforesaid.

To the second negatively for his part, and otherwise hee cannot depose.

The marke of
Gregory A Parbury/. [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The 26: day of October 1656:

Touching the ship the}
Maline, Olave Peter}

Peter Split of the parish of Saint Buttolphs
Algate London Mariner aged 33 yeeres
or thereabouts, and made sworne before
the right worshipfull John Godolphin Doctor of Lawes
and of the Judges of the High Court of Admiralty
of England, saith and Deposeth as followeth videlicet

That a certaine ship called the Malin (whereof Olave
Peterson is Master) now Ryding in the River of Thames
and doth Properly belong, and Appertaine unto him
the said Peter Split, Adam Jennings Thomas Lowe
Mannock Johnson, and John Bray, who were and
are the true and Lawfull Proprietors thereof and that
the said Peter Split, did and doth dwell in EastSmith=
feild and the said Thomas Lowe did and doth live and
Dwell in Towerstreete London. the said Mannk
Johnson did and doth Live and Dwell in Limestreete
London, John Bray did and Doth live and Dwell in Saint
Catherins, neere unto the Tower of London, and Adam
Jennings, did and doth live, and dwell sometimes in
Saint Catherines aforesaid, And that they were, and are
all subiects of the Comonwealth of England and that
the said ship is nowe ryding in the River of Thames
bound out upon a voyage to Bergen in Norway there to lade growth
of that Country, and to bring the same from hence to this Port of
London upon the Account of this Deponent and the rest of the
owners of the said ship, and that the same are to be
(unlade[n GUTTER]