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Ad 28um dicit that the said ship the Samaritan was of
the burthen of three hundred Tonnes or thereabouts
and shee might have received on board her at the place
aforesaid had she not bin hindered 480000 lb of pepper or thereabouts and the
same might gave bin brought for England where
it would have yeilded 5 1/2 d [?sterling] per lb profitt as aforesayd
amounting in the whole to 11000 li And saith that by
reason of the Dutch their hindering of her as aforesaid
shee was soe long detained that shee could not reach [?BaXX]
in the Indies whether shee was bound, (the Monsoones
being Changed), and goeing for another Port shee was
by Violence of the Hurricanes cast away and utterly
lost to the great dammage of her Owners shee being then
worth about 5000 li sterling. And saith that hee doth verily
beleeve that if the said ship had taken in her Lading
at Acheene or thereabouts, shee would have bin preserved
and not cast away as aforesaid./:
Super reliquis non Examinatus ex direccone
Tho: Clerke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Doctor [?Sweete]./
12th die Novembris 1660./
Super Allone predict Examinatus./.
Ad 1im et 2um dicit et deponit, That hee well Knoweth the
ship the Marygold John Connis Master and soe hath done
severall yeeres last, And saith that in or about the month
of November 1657, the said ship Marygold was taken to
ffreight by the Honourable Governor and Company
of English Merchants trading to the East Indies to goe on their
Account to the East Indies on which Voyage see accprdingly proceeded
and went, this deponent doeing out and Continueing all the
sayd Voyage Cheife Mate of the said ship. And saith
that hee hath bin Credibly Informed and [?XX]