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neither bin Promised anything for her Testimony herein nor
doth shee as shee saith expect to receave any thing for the same, And saith shee
is worth about two hundred pounds. in her Cleare Estate, and
to the rest negatively:/:

To the 2d shee hath heard that the said Mrs Craford recovered of the
said Thomas Middleton for the said Hills Cloathes and
goods, and some small moneyes which the said Hill had on board
the said Ship at the time of his Death, about six and twenty
pounds, and to the rest shee answereth negatively for her
part, saving as aforesaid:/:/

To the 3d she saith she favoureth both the partyes Litigant alike
and if it were in her Power, shee would (as she saith) give the
Victory to that party, which had most right to the same; /:

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/:

The marke of the said
Grace [The mark looks like an interlinked WW] Hogsflesh