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saith that since the deponent soe receaved from his bargaine of buying
her at the rate of seaven hundred and tenn pounds the sayd shipp Consent hath
by her Owners bin sold at a farr lesse rate unto one William Castle
of whome this deponent hath since bought a [?third] part of her her tackle and
furniture, And to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee hath knowne the Shipp Consent for these
twelve yeares last past or thereabouts and the shipp Phoenix Interrate for about
these five or fower yeares last past And saith hee last sawe the Consent
about a weeke since lyeing in Saint Saviours docke And saith hee sawe the Phoenix
last about two monthes since layeing at or neere Blackwall And further
to this Interrogatorie he cannot answere

To the 3: 4th and 5th: Interrogatories hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothinge
touching the contents of them./

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith it concerneth him not to answere thereto,
neither can hee answere thereto: knowing nothing of the contents thereof/

To the 7th hee cannot answere knowing nothing thereof

To the last hee answereth negatively to every part thereof

Repeated before doctor Godolphin:/



The 9th day of ffebruary 1658:/

Sorrell con. Hall aforesaid:}

Examined on the said Allegation./-

Rp. (11us

vide (15: ?and AA:

William Wood of Upper Shadwell in the parish of
Stepney mariner aged 27 yeeres of thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/:

To the first and second articles of the said Allegation hee saith that
hee well knowe, and was a Comon man of the shipp
the Agreement arlate John Hall Master the voyage in
question, and saith shee came from Newcastle the said
Voyage with a Lading of Coales, on or about the twentieth
day of October 1658. in Company of about Threescore
saile of Colliers which were bound hereto this Port, and
some other places here in England, and saith the arlate ship
the Abigail, whereof one Lavezick was master came out
from Newcastle presently after the Agreement came thence in
the Company of the said ffleete; and saith the Agreement [?kept]
before the Abigail from her comming out of Newcastle as
aforesaid about a League untill about foure of the Clock of the morning
of [X] day happening about foure dayes after such their
Coming out, And saith that on the said morning as the
Agreement was sailing with an Easy S[?ervice] to Keepe the Company
of the foresaid ffleete; the said Ship the Abigaile came out
and came very neere the Agreement and some of the
Agreements Company that was on her deck fearing the
Abigail would be foule of the Agreement did Imediately
call out to the Company on the Abigailes deck to take more