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And saith that hee hath bin Credibly Informed that the said
Wheeler Deceased had not received bills of Lading for the said
Thirty and one hogsheads of Tobaccoe
and alsoe hee hath heard that the said
deceased before his goeing from England made his will
and made his said Sonne his Executor et aliter nescit.

Ad 5um. [?articilum] nescit deponere./:

Ad 6um. dicit that the said Ellinor the widow of the said deceased
is also departed this life, as this deponent was lately informed
by one of the Company of a ship called the ffreindship
which lately came from Virginia, et aliter nescit./.

Ad 7um. refert se ad registrum huius Curiæ./.

Ad ultimum [?articulum] dicit predeposita per eum esse vera./.

Ad Interrogatoria [CENTRE HEADING]

Ad 1um Interrum dicit that hee favoureth and would if it were in his power give
the victory to the said ffrances Wheeler the Yonger for the
reasons aforesaid, which said Wheeler requested that deponent to
come and testify herein, et aliter nescit respondere./.

Ad 2d. non concernuit eum./.

Ad 3um. respondet that the said ffrancis Wheeler deceased dyed
possessed of Cattle and goods and other Tobaccoes besides
those in question et aliter nescit.

Ad 4um nescit respondere./.

Ad 5um et 6um dicit that the said Ellinor the widowe of the said ffrancis Wheeler
was at Virginia when the said ffrancis died et aliter nescit
respondere salvit predepositis.

Ad 7um nescit Respondere./.

Repetit coram doctor Sweit./.



8o. die mensis Augusti 1660: [CENTRE HEADING]

Josias Burges con [?XXXX] Dolin}
Olei, et con Jacobum Burges}
Cheeke Suckly}



Paulus Tucker de Limehouse in
Comitatu midds Cooper ætatis 41 annorum
aut eo circiter juratus et Examinatus dicit et
deponit put sequitur./:

Ad 1um 2um 3um et 4um positiones dicti Libelli ex parte Josia Burgis in hac causa [?XXX GUTTER]
dicit et deponit that the said Josias Burgis did serve
as a Marriner in the Libellate Ship the Comerce from this
Port of London to ffallmouth and thence to Cipravach neere
Roome, thence to Leghorne and the Coast of Genoa and thence to this Port againe and
saith that a little before the said ships departure from hence on
the said Voyage the said Burges did lade and put on board the
said ship Eight Castor hatts which this deponent sawe on board
the said ship at Fallmouth and this deponent told them, and various of
them and saith that they were worth and cost seven pounds as this deponent beleeveth