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there take in her lading, and that he well remembreth that
upon the taking in of the arlate William ffisher his
goods, which were chests and fet[?tches] of Sugar, (but he saith he doth
not know the certaine Number of the sayd chests) he
heard the producent declare his unwillingnes to take in
the sayd goods, of the sayd ffisher, for that (as he the producent
then sayd) he knew he showld be troubled to gett the freight
for the sayd goods of the sayd ffisher, And he further
saith that he the deponent (being Masters Mate) was present
aboard the sayd shipp, when the sayd goods was delivered
out of the sayd shipp unto the sayd ffisher or his Agent
and that of his this deponents observation the sayd goods the[XXX GUTTER]
were well conditione, and noe wayes damag'd or imbezeld,
And further he cannot depose
To the fourth article he deposeth and saith that he the deponent
hath did oftentimes heare the producent in the voyage allegate
say that he was to have iii li x s per Tonne, but this
deponent not knowing, unto how many Tonns the sayd
ffishers goods did come cannot depose what is due to the
sayd producent from the sayd ffisher for the freight of
the Sugars arlate And further he cannot depose,/
To the fifth he sayth that the producent is doubtlesse dammaged
by the sayd ffishers deteyning the freight due unto the
sayd William Greene, the producent for the goods predeposed,
but he cannot estimate the said dammage And further hee
To the sixth he cannot depose.
To the 7th and eighth articles he referreth himselfe to the
Lawe, And further cannot depose
To the ninth he saith his former deposition is true./
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Thomas Greene [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
On the 27th of August 1657.
William Venus of the parish of Saint Mary Magdalen[e GUTTER]
Bermondsey in the County of Surry Ship wright,
aged about 42 yeares, a wittnes produced, sworne
and examined deposeth as followeth videlicet./
To the first article of the sayd allegation he deposeth and saith
That he the deponent well knoweth the arlate shipp the Six
Brothers having gone fower voyages in her as Carpenter of
her, and that the last voyage the sayd shipp made was from
Porto=port in Portugall from to this Port of London
in the months arlate, during which time the arlate William
Greene, was of this deponents certaine knowledge Master and
Commander of her, and that he was putt in Master and
Commander of her by her Owners or At least the maior