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have about 4000: li weight of the foresaid Tobaccoe that came in the
said Chests at and after the rate of 35 li sterling per Thousand weight
But the foresaid Jenkins not making delivery of some of the
Chests belonging to the said Taylor, The said Taylor was forced
to disappoint the said Merchants to their , (and her owne
hinderance; and further cannot depose./:

To the Interrogatories. CENTRE HEADING

To the first hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid:/.

To the second hee saith that at Plimouth there was delivered
out of the said ship to the said Loijs Taylor about 3258 lb weight
but in a bad Condition, some of it being wet, and
quite spoiled, and saith that there was about 600 lb weight of
the said 3258 lb weight almost quite spoiled and sold for a very small matter
, And further cannot answer,/

To the 3d hee cannot depose thereto not being in the said ship the
said Voyage, nor seeing how the said Tobaccoes were stowed:/.

To the 4th hee saith that all the said Tobaccoes brought home in
the said ship for the said Loijs Taylor were not delivered,
unto her, nor her husband, nor to any for them, and
further hee cannot answer./:

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/:

James Randell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 12th day of ffebruray 1658./:

Whiting against Lewellin and G?unhill)

Examined upon the said Allegation:/:

Rp. 5

George Thorpe of Leadenhall Streete London
Cooke aged 55 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and

To the 13th of the said Allegation (upon which alone hee is Examined by
direction) hee saith hee hath well knowne and bin acquainted with the arlate John Welde
for theise three and twenty yeeres last, and knew the arlate Benjiamin
Mew firste about Tene yeeres agoe, and saith that in or
about the yeere 1648: the said Benjiamin Mewe was really and
truely putt, and bound an Apprentice to the said John Welde, at
Cookes hall London, This Deponent being at the same time of such
his binding, sitting in the Court, held in the said hall by the Cookes
Company, and seeing his said binding. And saith that for and
during all the yeere 1654: and for a good part of the yeere 1655. the
said Mewe Continued and was an Apprentice to the said Weld
(who is a Cooke by his Profession) And further cannot depose./.

To the Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith the said John Welde desired this deponent to come
and testifye the truth of his knowledge in this busines and to the rest
Negatively for his part.

To the 2nd Negatively:/:

To the 3d hee cannot answer, being none of the Ships Company:/:

To the 4th hee cannot answer./.

To the last hee cannot answere/:

Repeated before doctor Godolphin