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The 30th of October 1660.
Blundell against the shipp Conrad}
and against Cresuall and Company}
Examined upon an allegation given in on the behalf
of the said Blundell.
James Blundell of the parish of Saint Dunstans in the West
London Blacksmith aged 26 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and
Ad primum, secundum, et terium arlos dicta alleins et ad schedulam annex deponit
et dicit that hee well knoweth the producent and shipp Conrad arlate and
that in or about May and June 1657 this examinate bu order of his master the
producent did sett on all or most of the hoopes schedulated and was
acquainted with the doing of the other worke and delivery of the materialls schedulated
this deponent still as hee did the worke bringing note of the particulars to his master