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the summe of 100: li which the said Mr Sumers had assured the said
Mr Powes, upon the ship the Saint Jacob of Lubeck, Hans Claseon Master
The said Mr Sumner did tell the said Mr Powis in the hearing
of this Deponent and the sayd Stampe) that hee the said Powis had not done
dealt fairely with him, about the said Assuranće for that at the
time of the Subscription of the Pollicy hee had warrented
the said ship to be well and in good Condition, when as hee had
heard by about three or foure ships. that came from or neere Quinborow
a short time after the Saint Jacob came thence, that the said ship
the Saint Jacob was Missing, and that they could not tell what
was become of her, or to the very same effect, Which hee knoweth
being present and hearing the Premisses, And otherwise
cannot Answer./:

To the second hee saith that at the time aforesaid, the said James
Powis, did acknowledge that hee did at the time
of the said Subscription of the said Pollicy by the said Mr ffrancis
Somers Warrant that the said Ship was then safe and well, and
that hee had heard nothing to the Contrary, at the said time
of the said Subscription, or to that effect; And the said Mr
Summers urging the said Powis that hee the said Powis had heard
by the abovesaid ships, that were arrived here; before the putting
up of the said Pollicy, that the said Vessell the Saint
Jacob was Missing, And that hee concealed the same from
him when hee did subscribe the said Pollicy, The
said Powis made answer that hee had heard by some of the
said ships, that were arrived here before his putting in the
said Pollicy, that the said Vessell the Saint Jacob was a Missing
ship, And that hee did not tell the said Newes to the said
Somers, And after then said I warrant yow shee was well
at the time of your Subscription, and soe I beleeve and doe alsoe
now warrant shee was;
or to the very same effect and purpose, The Premises
hee deposeth being (as aforesaid) present and hearing the
same; And otherwise hee cannot Answer./.


See his Answer to the Crosse
Interrogatories in the [AXX and AXXXX Q:]