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To the 5th hee saith hee was on board the Warewell when shee
was bilged on the sayd Anchor. and was and Continued on board the
ship from the time shee came into the foresaid Place unto
and after her said bilging. and further cannot answer/

To the 6th negatively./.

To the 7th hee saith the said Dutch ship lay neere to the Warewell
than any ship or ships ryding there about did, and otherwise
Cannot answer:/

To the 8th Negatively for his part:/:

To the 9th hee saith that Some of the Warewells Company
that did as aforesaid finde the said Anchor that bilged
there brought away the same and saith the said Anchor
weighed about 250: lb weight, and was worth about 3 li: 15 s
and further cannot Answer./.

To the 10th hee saith hee cometh to Testify in this Cause
at the request of one Mr Abbot, of Wapping, and otherwise

To the 11th hee saith hee sawe some money paid to the foresaid
men that the said Clarke hired as aforesaid to pumpe
the said ship and to hale her on shore, byt the particular
some he knoweth not, and saith the same was soe paid
by the said Clarke on board the said ship Warewell and
further answereth not:/:

To the last negatively, for his part./:

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.

The marke of the said [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Tho: [MARKE] Douglas


The 8th day of ffebruary 1658./

taylor against Jenkins aforesaid)

Examined on the said Libell

Rp. 2

vide 4us B B.

James Randall of Plimouth Mariner aged
50 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and Examined

To the 8th article of the said Libell (upon which alone hee is
Examined by Direction of the Producents Proctor)
hee saith and deposeth that hee well knowe the ship the
Summer Islands Merchant, wherof one Captaine Jenkins
was Comander. and saith the said ship came into
Plimouth about ffebruary last 1657. with a lading of
Tobaccoes and other goods, and saith the Libellate Loijs Taylor
came to Plimouth in the said ship the said time, and had
a great quantity of Tobaccoes brought thither in
in (sic) Chests, and some few Rolls, and saith that the said Tobaccoes
soe brought in the said Chests was well worth and was
sold for tenne pence a pound; one pound at Plimouth with another
and this deponent as hee saith bought about 1000 lbs weight of
the said Tobaccoe of the said Loijs taylor at the foresaid rate
or price?s And saith the said Taylor did bargaine with
Merchants of Plimouth in this deponents Presence, that they should