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Warren who went supracargo as aforesayd which William was
alsoe borne at Limpson aforesayd and is a subiect of this Commonwealth
and saith the sayd William liveth now with his brother Thomas Warren, and
for some yeares before in the Canaries to learne the language, and before that at
Limpson with his father and mother And further saving his foregeoing
deposition hee cannot answere./

To the 5th hee saith hee this deponent is Phillip Stafford who signed
the bill Interrogate, and saith neither of the bills by him signed were aboard
the Elizabeth at her seizure, for that hee this deponent after seizure
of the Mary and Joyce by the Spanish men of warr did desyre of the
foresayd Bollart the bill[?s] of ladeing which hee had as aforesayd
signed for the sayd 190 pipes of wine and other goods of the sayd
Thomas and William Warren, and the sayd Bollart gave him the same
and hee this [CROSSED OUT SECTION] The sayd Thomas Warren the same but who
gave it to the proctor who exhibited it hee knoweth not And further
hee cannot answere:/

To the 6th hee saith hee hath satisfied the contents of this Interrogatorie in
his foregoeing deposition soe farr as hee can saving hee saith all the
wines laden aboard the Mary and Joyce were bought before
they were laden./

To the 7th Interrogatorie hee saith the Mary and Joyce was seized by the
Spanish men of warr in the latitude of forty fower degrees and
thirty minutes and about a hundred three or fower leagues
west and by North and West North West of the North Cape And
further to this Interrogatorie saveing his foregoeing deposition hee cannot
answere for that hee was gone from the Groyne before any wines
were laden out of the Mary and Joyce in to the Elizabeth and soe knoweth
not alsoe whether those goods carried to Roes Cellar were put afterwards
aboard the Elizabeth or not./

To the 8th Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot answere. knowing nothing

To the 9th Interrogatorie hee saith hee last sawe the Pypes of wine Interrogate
on the River of Thames as they were unladeing out of the Elizabeth
after her seizure, this deponent goeing into her hold it being
open and shee delivereing out the sayd pipes into lighters to bee carried
ashoare, and this deponent tooke notice of the markes of many of
those in the hold, and of those in the lighters which hee did of his owne accorde
for that hee this deponent had some pipes of wine aboard the Mary and
Joyce at her seizure for his this deponents owne Accompt
and saith there was noe body shewed him them nor contradicted or
hindered his viewing of them And further hee cannot answere/

To the 10th Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not de La Villette nor