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Mitchells brother came home [XX XXXX]
hee the said Rippen would worke out what hee could [XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX]or to
that effect, whereto the said Mitchell Replyed, to this effect
that Notwithstanding, unlesse hee would give him such security
as hee liked. hee would Proceed against him: This he
deposeth hearing the same. And further hee saith he cannot

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./:

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first he cannot answere otherwise than Negatively for his part

To the second hee saith that Mr Carbin required this deponent
to come and testifie the truth of his knowledge herein
and for the rest negatively

Repeated before Collonel Cock in Court:



Swyre against Church}
Budd Smith}

Examined on the sayd allegation


[?V. Register.

Thomas Gould Rederiff in the County of Surrey
Merchant aged thirty nyne yeares or thereabouts a
wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth as
followeth, videlicet/

To the 1: 2: 3 and 4th articles of the allegation hee saith that hee this
deponent being in Company at the Taverne called the Great James in Bishopsgate
streete with one Captaine Letton and others did there heare the sayd
Captaine Letton acknowledge and saye that hee the sayd Letton had
offered unto the Owners of the Shipp Consent (before the dammage
in question happened to her the summe of one thousand pounds sterling
for the sayd shipp her tackle and furniture, and that the sayd Owners
would not nor did then sell her to him at that rate And hee further
saith that hee this deponent well knoweth that since the sayd shipp the
Consent was suncke and receaved the dammage in question shee
was put to publique sale by her Owners, and was offored to sale to
this deponent and this deponent did buy her of the sayd owners at the
rate of seaven hundred and tenn pounds sterling and noe more
And hee this deponent upon search made findeing her to be
very much damnified in her bottom and tymbers and in a worse
condition than the Owners had to this deponent a little
before hee this deponent bought her affirmed her to bee) did refuse
to receave and accept of the sayd shipp notwithstanding the agreement
aforesayd and beleeving her to bee a great deale twoo deere at
that price
And further hee cannot depose/

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was required by Mr Re[?addXX] who solliciteth
this cause on behalfe of the producents to testifie his knowledge therein And



The Taverne called the Great James in Bishopsgate streete