HCA 13/72 f.89r Annotate
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part of them, The premisses he deposeth for that he hath belonged to
the sayd shipp as Carpenter of her (as he is now) for
about three yeares past and by that meanes well knoweth
most of the Owners of her, And further he cannot depose./
To the second article he cannot depose saving that he this
deponente did hear the arlate William Greene the producent
say (after the sayd shipp had taken in her lading at Porto=
Port) that if he had knowne that ffisher (meaning William
ffisher the party in this cause as this deponent verily beleeveth)
had had any thing to doe in, or with any goods he had on
board, he would not have taken them in, for that
he the producent had found him the sayd ffisher very
troublesome concerning some goods, that he the producent
had formerly brought home, which belonged to the sayd
ffisher And further he cannot depose./
To the third article he deposeth and saith that he this
deponent doth not knowe nor hath heard that any goods
or the goods of any man aboard the said shipp were
imbezeld or damaged, or had or did receive any damage
or imbezelement, but that they were all aswell the goods
of the arlate ffisher as any other merchant or person
were dischardged out of the sayd shipp in as good order and
condition as they were received into the sayd shipp, And
he further saith that of his certaine knowledge other
men (to whom goods brought home the voyage allegate were
consigned) have received their sayd goods with content
and complaine not all at all of any damage their goods
received, and that he doth not knowe nor ever heard that any
man (except the sayd ffisher) hath complayned of or pretended
that any damage or imbezelment came or happened unto
their goods the voyage aforeasyd, And further he cannot
To the fourth article he cannot depose saving that iij li x s per
Tonne is (as he conceiveth) but a low rate for the
freight of [?Cargoes], And further he cannot depose./
To the fifth he refereth himselfe to his former deposition
And further he cannot depose.
To the sixth he cannot depose.
To the seaventh and eighth articles he referreth himselfe
to the law And further he cannot depose./
To the nineth he saith his former deposition is true./
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin.
The marke of WW [MARKE] William Venus [MARKE, RH SIDE]