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what is before declared and saith it will bee neither profitt nor preiudice to him
this rendent whichsoever of the parties litigant prevaile, and that hee desyreth
right may prevaile therein, and to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the second hee saith hee knew the John and Elizabeth Interrogate at her being
at Saint Lucar in the yeare one thousand sixe hundred fifty fower and saith hee was none of the sayd shipps
Company the voyage in question And further cannot answere/

To the third and 4th Interrogatories hee saith hee well knoweth that the shipp or Catch
the John and Elizabeth did come into Saint Lucar in a very sadd condition with
her masts broken and other wise much damnified and only the Master
John Keene (who laye very sicke aboard and soe continued for about three weekes after her coming to Saint Lucar) and her mate and a boy on board her, And saith that by the
relation and report of the sayd Keene and her sayd mate and boy made
to this deponent and his contest Mr Watts and others, the sayd shipp or
Ketch was soe damnified by storme at Sea, as also by an other shipp
falling fowle of her at Sea, and that by reason of the sayd other shipps
falling fowle of her all the rest of the John and Elizabeths Company forsooke
her and went away in the sayd other shipp and came noe more on board her,
And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere saveing in his this
deponents Judgment the sayd shipp or Ketch John and Elizabeth was soe disabled
at her comming into Saint Lucar that shee was not fitt to goe to sea againe till
shee were in some measure repayred, and saving that hee beleeveth the goods
which were put on shoare out of the John and Elizabeth would have suffered
much dammage if they had not bin put on shoare, and saith that such goods
as were put on shoare were put in to the hands of his Contest Mr Watts
and his this deponent and the sayd Cowse hath since receaved an Accompt from
the sayd Mr Watts of their receipt of the sayd goods put a shoare and what because of them./

To the 5th and 6th Interrogatories hee saith that after the sayd Keene had
landed a great part of the sayd Cowse his goods at Saint Lucar and left them in the
possession of the sayd Mr Watts and this deponent, hee the sayd Keene did
cause the sayd shipp or Ketch the John and Elizabeth to bee at Saint Lucar
in some measure repayred and amended which hee did with moneys which
this respondent and the sayd Mr Watts did furnish him with in part of
payment for the goods they had receaved, and gave Mr Cowse
an Accompt thereof, And saith in his Judgment Saint Lucar is a fitt port
to repaire a shipp in and all materiells are there to bee had, but not
deere rates And further hee cannot answere./

To the 7th Interrogatorie hee saith that hee well knoweth that the Shipp or
Ketch John and Elizabeth did receave such and soe much ladeing as hee
this respondent and the sayd Mr Watts could procure for her there to goe
for London but the quantitie hee remembreth not And further to this
Interrogatorie hee cannot answere./

To the 8th Interrogatorie hee saith saving his subsequent
deposition hee cannot depose./

To the 9th Interrogatorie hee saith saving his answeres to the 3d and 4th Interrogatories to
which hee referreth hee cannot more fully answere to this Interrogatorie

To the 10th hee saith hee well knoweth of his certayne knowledge that the