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The 22th day of ffebruary. 1658./.
Mitchell and Clements against Corbin)
Examined on the said Allegation:/
dy ?Ought 1
Samuel Selwyn of Wapping; Baker aged
49 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and Examined
To the said Allegation hee saith that hee well knowth the arlate
Nicholas Rippen, and alsoe knoweth the arlate
Mr Mitchell, and saith that about a yeere and halfe since
(the time otherwise hee doth not nowe remember) the
said Rippen met this deponent in Eastsmithfeild, and desired
this deponent that hee would bee bound for him to mr Mitchell
in a bond of about 31: li for the payment of Gunnes and Gunnpowder and Materialls the said Mitchell
had delivered aboard the ship the Roger and Edmund for which the
said Rippen said hee was to pay the said Mitchell, and
had already paid him tenne pounds in part for the same, or to this
effect, but this deponent refused to be bound for him, and about
a moneth after the said Mitchell asked this deponent whether
hee would be bound to him, for the said Rippen, and this
deponent told him hee would not, and soe hee had ?formerly
told the said Rippen and further cannot depose
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee was not present at the making
of any release: as is Interrate. nor sawe any money receaved
by the said Mitchell, or the Interrate Clements and further hee
cannot answer saving negatively./.
To the second hee saith Mr John Corbin required him
to come and to testify in this Cause, and is to have
nothing for the same, and to the Rest negatively:
Repeated before Doctor
The marke of S S [MARKE] the said [MARKE, RH SIDE]
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