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Directions in the sale and disposeing of the said goods, and
Merchandizes to the greatest Profitt of the ffreighters of the said
ship. and part of the said ships Lading he saith was Left there
with the said Pickford, and the rest of the said goods were Carried
in the said ship to Santa Cruze on the Coast of Barbary, and there all the
said goods which were not left with the said Pickford (saving about foure
of five Baggs of Anniseed (which were not vendable there) were Trucked and Barterred away
for Wax. hydes. and some other Comodityes of that Country to the best Advantage of the [XXX GUTTER] and
having receaved them aboard; the said ship sailed with the
same for the Madera's. and there tooke in the Proceeds of the
foresaid goods left with the said Pickford, and having soe done
the said Ketcher and Company set saile with all the said goods
on board for this Port of London and here safely arrived, and
delivered all the said goods that the said ship tooke in at the said
Coast of Barbary, and at the Maderas, and alsoe the said Anneseeds, to the
ffreightors of the said ship, or to their order, and to their use, The
Premiisses hee deposeth for the reasons aforesaid: And further
hee cannot depose:/:

To the Last hee saith that during the whole Voyage both at the
Canaryes. Maderas, Santa Cruze aforesaid. and at all other Places
the said ship was at the said Voyage the said Ketcher for ought
this deponent knoweth to the Contrary did use all care and dilligence
in the mannagement of the said Voyage. both in Endeavouring to get
Prattick as aforesaid at Oratava and alsoe in Vending and bartering
the foresaid goods at Santa Cruze on the Coast of Barbary, to the best benefit
and advantage of the said Freightors which hee knoweth for the
reasons aforesaid And further hee cannot depose./.

To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee was as aforesaid Carpenter of the said ship all the Voyage
in Controversy. and theereby privye and acquainted with the
said Ketchers Transactions during the said Voyage, and saith hee cometh
to be a witness herein at the request of the said Ketcher, and hath receaved
part of his wages for the Voyage in question, and otherwise Negatively

To the second hee cannot answer./.

To the third hee saith there were Laden on board the said ship at Ligorne
The Voyage in question, Oyle Rice, Sope, and Earthen Ware, and
further or otherwise hee saith hee cannot answer./.

To the 4th. hee saith the said ship the Lixon ffrigot with the foresaid goods in
her sailed for the Road of Oratava, and there safely arrived, and
for the rest hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition where hee
hath satisfyed this Interrogatorie as farr as hee cann/:

To the 5th Negatively saving as aforesaid./:

To the 6th Negatively saving as aforesaid:/.

To the 7th. hee saith hee cannot answer./.

Repeated before doctor Godolphin

John Bourcher [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]