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To the Interrogatories.
To the first hee cometh at the instance of the producent to speake what
hee knoweth in this cause, and saith hee liveth at Crooked Lane
London, and hath soe donne about seaven yeares last and used and useth
the said trade of a tobacconist or worke man in tobaccoes, and saith
hee knoweth not his worth in cleere estate having many debts owing
him which hee knowes not what hee shall get in, and otherwise negatively.
To the second hee saith hee sometimes cuts and makes up tobaccoes
for the said Mr Warner as hee doth for other men, and otherwise
To the 3 hee saith that Mr Philip Allen had tobaccoes come home in
the shipp Alexander the said voyage, which this deponent tooke up for
him, soe had Mr Burall, and Mr Jefferies and others, and
To the fourth hee saith he saw some of the hogsheads of tobaccoe that
came home in the said shipp the said voyage weighed, and that they
weighed some three hundred, some three hundred and a halfeand some three hundred three quarters, and some foure hundred and
scarse any above, And further hee cannot answer.
To the 5 and 6 hee cannot answer.
To the 7th hee saith that for two or three yeares last (and noe longer)
some particular men have had hogsheads of Virginia tobaccoe brought
home of a larger size and capacitie than commonly Virginia hoogsheads
used to be, but for the generalitie they have not bin bigger. And
further hee cannot depose.
The 19th of November 1656./. [CENTRE HEADING]
James Cooke and Company against}
the ship the Mayflower alias the}
[?ffrancis] and her tackle and furniture}
and against John Williamson and Company}
comeing in for their interest}
Examined upon an Allegation given in on the behalfe of
John Williamson and Company.
Henry Goodhew of the parish of Saint Buttolphs
Billinsgate London ffishmonger aged 40 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and Examined saith as