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last past hee this deponent hath bin a dealer in that commoditie
and hath received many scores of Virginia hogsheads of tobaccoe
brought from Virginia to this port, for his owne account, And
thereby well knoweth alsoe that then when they were soe much
smaller, there were but foure of them reckoned unto or for a
tonne in tonnage or stowage, and paid for after that rate
and further that the said Virginia hogsheads of tobacco
one with another now a dayes doe take up much more room
in stowage than hogsheads of ffrench wine, whereof there goe
fowere to a tonne. And further hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee doth not know the shipp [?MXXX GUTTER]
nor ought of the voyage interrogated.

To the second and third hee saith that Virginia hogsheads are made
all of a size, but some are now a dayes bigger and some lesse
and that hee hath not seene the tenth part of hogsheads of tobacco
that the time interrogated have bin brought from Virginia to this
port, Nor as hee beleeveth hath any one man in England seene
the tenth part of them, And further hee cannot depose or answer
saving as aforesaid

Repeated before doctor Godolphin.

Mathew Travis [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 11th of december 1658/

Swyre and others against Church and others}
Budd Smith}

Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the
sayd Church./


James Jackson of Ipswich in the County
of Suffolke Mariner aged fifty three yeares
or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article hee saith that hee well knoweth that at such tyme
as the shipp the Phenix first came into the river of Thames and
at the place where the dammage in question was done to the arlate
shipp the Consent, the sayd shipp Phenix did there ride by two Anchors
the one of them cast out to the Northwards ofthe said River and the other
to the Southwards and was in this deponents Judgment very well
moored, and was alsoe of this deponents knowledge made fast
to an other shipp which ridd by her the sayd Phenix This hee the better
knoweth for that hee this deponent being Master of the happy deliverance
did with his sayd shipp ride neere the same place at the tyme when the
Phenix soe came to an Anchor and at the tyme when the dammage in
question happened And further hee cannot de[pose/