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yonger did allwaies as Owner and Proprietor of three sixteenth parts
of the sayd shipp receive of this deponent three sixteenth parts of such freight
as was earned with the sayd shipp during all the tyme this deponent continued
Master of her which was for fower or five yeares, whereof the yeares and
moneths arlate were part, and did as such a part owner of her paye and
allowe to this deponent from tyme to tyme whatsoever disbursements were due and payable
for his sayd three sixteenth parts And did the voyage in question signe [XXXXXXXX]
the Charter party for the sayd voyage as owner of three sixteenth parts
of the says shipp And further to this article hee cannot depose

To the second article hee saith that within the tyme arlate the shipp
Saint Lucar Merchant aforesayd did sett sayle from this Port of London
to Cadiz in Spaine and other Ports and thense returned back to London
this hee knoweth goering Master of her the sayd voyage And further cannot depose

To the third article of the sayd allegation and the Charter party therein
mentioned and now shewed to him at the tyme of this his examination hee
saith for that hee was present at the signeing and sealeing thereof, hee
well knoweth, that the arlate Samuell Wilson the Yonger did for the
voyage arlate amongst other the Owners of the Saint Lucar Merchant
who alsoe tooke freight in her take to freight his sayd three sixteenth parts of the sayd shipp as by
the sayd Charter party which this deponent sawe the sayd Samuell Wilson
and others signe seale and deliver to the arlate George Margelto and
others doth and may appeare And further to thiS article hee cannot depose

To the 4th article hee saith that hee this deponent about afortnight
before the attachment made of the arlate three sixteenth parts of
the sayd Shipp Saint Lucar Merchant, did goe alonge with the arlate George
Margatto to the sayd Samuell Wilson the yonger and had conference
with him touching what one hundred sixty eight pounds sixteene shillings which was owing by him the sayd Samuell to the sayd
Margetto and others for the freight of the three sixteenth parts soe by
him the sayd Samuell taken in her for the voyage in question And the
sayd Samuell Wilson replyed that hee could not pay the same or was not able to, but withall
desyred the sayd Margetto to attache his the sayd Samuell Wilson the yonger
his three sixteenth parts of the sayd shipp and gett the same [XXX] condemned
and thereout to paye the sayd freight due, and if any thing remayned
over and above (the same being paid) to retuone it to him the sayd
Samuell, And further hee cannot depose./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true

Richard ffu[XX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day

Examined on the said allegation./.

Rp. 2.

Haniball Allen of London Merchant aged thirty
two yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet/

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that the arlate