HCA 13/72 f.48r Annotate
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[DEPOSITION IS STRUCK THROUGH WITH CROSS HATCHING]
compelled to unlade there his goods, The which was
above 300li damage to the Owners of her The premisses
he well knoweth being Master of her and having lately
perused this deponents accompt, concerning the sayd goods, And
further he cannot depose./
To the fourth article, that during the time the sayd shipp
lay at Bristoll and after the unlading of her inwards lading
he this deponent procured other goods to bee sent to the shipps
side to have bin laden aboard her consigned for London
and that the Company of the sayd shipp refused to take in
the sayd goods, whereby of this deponents knowledge the
Owners suffered damage by losse of freight to the value
of [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] hundred pounds lawfull money of England And hee
cannot further depose./