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To the 2d hee saith hee did not see any money paid by the Producent
either for their Outwards, or homewards goods, and to the rest
hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and further
cannot depose

To the 3d hee came in the hope from Milford Haven into
the River of Thames as aforesaid./:

To the 4th hee saith hee hath knowne the said Producents only
from the beginning of the said voyage, And the said [?Thompson]
and [?Guiadier] are Batchelours but the said Otto is a
Maried man, and his wife and Children did live at
Amsterdam when the said ship proceeded from thence
on the said voyage, and Doe there live at this Present
as this deponent verily beleeveth. And further cannot

Repeated before doctor Godolphin

Patrick Betts [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 18th of Aprill 1659:/:

Betts and Ayleward in the}
Hope aforesaid}

Examined on the said Allegation.


James Bradnax borne at [Clon]mell in Ireland
but living at London in Thamestreete where hee hath lived theise 32 yeeres last
aged 50 yeeres,
or thereabout sworne and Examined./

To the 10th or last article of the said Allegation he saith that hee well
knoweth the arlate Patrick Betts, and soe hath done from his
birth, and saith the said Betts was borne at [?Clonmell] in the
County of Tipperary in Ireland and his ffather was an English man and
his mother an Irish woman, And saith that about Nineteene
or twenty yeeres since the said Patrick Betts came from
Ireland to this City of London, and here put himselfe Apprentice
to one Captaine Edward Crispe an English seaman; with whom
the said Betts here lived for the space of seaven yeeres, and hath
ever since lived and inhabited in and about this City of London
(saving when hee hath bin out upon Voyages) And is a subiect
of this Commonwealth, And soe Comonly and generally accounted
and reputed: The Premisses hee deposeth being borne in the
same Towne that the said Betts was; and comming from thence
about two and thirty yeeres since, and being well acquainted
with him, And further cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee knoweth nothing of the ship or voyage in
question, and saith as aforesaid that hee this Deponent was borne at [?ClaMel]
aforesaid: and hath lived in Thamestreete for about 32 yeeres last
and to the rest negatively saving hee this deponent is a farr off [XXXX]
to the Producent./.

To the 2d 3d and 4th hee cannot answer for the reasons aforesaid./

To the 5th hee saith as aforesaid hee hath knowne the said Betts from his birth, and the Interrogated
Ayleward for about 4 yeeres last, And the said Betts is a Batchelor. But the said
Ayleward is a Married Man, and lives with his wife and family in good
fashion in Leaden-hall Streete London. And to the rest Negatively for his [XXXX]

James Bradnax [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]