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after the ladeing thereof hee did consigne to the arlate Rowland Ingram
to bee laden aboard the sayd shipp the Industrie upon Tunnage which the
sayd Gowen Painter affirmed hee had in the sayd shipp And saith that
hee this deponent did agree with the sayd Painter to pay freight in
England for the sayd forty pipes according to the rates agreed upon in
the arlate Sydrack Blakes Charterparty (and to give to
him the sayd Gowen Painter for his permission to lade the same in the sayd
shipp upon his the sayd Painters tonnage forty Royalls per tonne over and
above the freight due by Charterparty, and did accordingly pay the sayd Gowen
Painter in the Island of Teneriff eight hundred Ryalls for the overplus
freight money of the sayd twenty tunnes, And the sayd Sydrack
Blake did the voyage in question by order of the sayd Painter receave
into the sayd shipp the Industrie the sayd fforty pipes of wine consigned
to the sayd Rowland Ingram and by order of the sayd Page to give this
deponent bills of ladeing for the same at the rate agreed upon by
Charterparty (which to the best of his now remembrance was five
pounds per tonne) the sayd Painter having receaved the sayd 800 Ryalls
overplus him selfe And further to this article hee cannot depose
saving hee saith hee verily beleeveth that the tonnage the sayd Painter soe
lett to him this deponent in the sayd shipp Industrie the sayd voyage
was properly part of the tonnage taken in England in the
sayd shipp by the arlate Mr Page./



The sayd Mr Arthur Ingram to the allegation given in on
the behalfe of the sayd Blake in the third place and
dated the eleventh day of ffebruary 1657./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith
for that his residence in the Teneriffe was fifteene myles distant from
the place where the Industrie laye the voyage in controversie and that
hee seldome came to the place where shee lay and then tooke noe notice
of any thing but what concerned his owne ladeing which was to goe
aboard her hee cannot depose to those articles saving hee saith the shipp
Industrie soe farr as hee hath heard and observed by her was a shipp
of about two hundred Tonnes And saith that it is usuall for a
shipp of that burthen to take in and stowe betwixt sixty and eighty
pipes of wine in a day and cannot with conveniencie as hee beleeveth
take in and stowe any more in a days tyme./

To the rest of the articles hee is not examined by direction of the producent

To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

dt Smith

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee came to testifie in this cause
being soe required by Mr Webb one of the part owners of the shipp
Industrie And to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively

To the 2 hee saith hee knoweth the Interrogate don Christovall da Alverado
And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor remembring that hee hath
heard any thing touching the contents thereof./

To the 3d