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21 die mensis ffebruary 1660./.
Gubernator et Societas Mercatorii Anglorormiad)
Indias Ocidentales commerc?i exeXXon contra)
ffranciscum Dashwood Johannem Sweeting et)
Johannem Connis etcetera Budd: Suckley)
Sup Libello ex parte dictor?ii Gubernatoris et
Scoeitatis Mercator?ii Anglorum ad Indas ocidental
commerc?i exercen da Examinatus../
Henricus Thuseros de Broadstreete London
Mercator annos agens 35 ant da circiter testis in
har causa Productis et Juratus dicit et deponit prov?t
Ad j.n dicit that for these tenne yeeres last past there hath bin and
at present is a Company or Society of English Merchants commonly
called or knowne by the name of the Governours and Company
of English Merchants trading to the East Indias, And this Deponent for
all or most part of the said time was Imployed by them as a factor
in the East Indias, And to the rest hee referrs himselfe to the
Ad 2a. 3a. et 4a. positiones dri Lilli dicit that hee refers himselfe to
the Charter Party therein mentioned:/.
Ad 5u. nescit deponere.
Ad 6u. dicit that hee this deponent being at Maccassar in the East Indies in the
months of Aprill May and June 1659: well knoweth that the Lilate
ship the Marigold (Joha Connis Comander arrived att Maccassar
aforesaid in or neere about the beginning of the said month of
Aprill, and on the same day of such her arrivall there, this deponent
went on board her, and found and sawe that there were many
Passengers on board her to the number of twenty at the least, which
the said Connis tooke in (as this deponent was Credibly in formed)
on the Coast of Cormondell, but upon whose account the same
were brought to Maccassar hee saith hee knoweth not, but the said
Connis hath confessed unto him that two or three of them were
upon his the said Connis his owne Account, And the said Connis,
hee saith alsoe brought to Maccassar in the said ship the said time
about twelve or fourteene bales of Callicoes upon his owne
account (as this deponent verily beleeveth) and some of them hee
saith hee knoweth that the said Connis did dispose of at maccaddar
for his owne account And further to this position hee cannot
Ad 7. 8 dicit that the said ship from Maccasar sailed back to the
Coast of Cormandell, this deponent goeing thither in her, And saith the said
Connis Carried in the said ship from Maccasser aforesaid to the Coast of Cormandell
about sixty or seaventy Bahares of Brimstone which (as hee confessed to this
deponent) hee bought at Maccassar, and said that hee putt it aboard to
Ballast the said ship And the said Connis of this deponents knowledge carried in the
said ship Chyna Rootes ?Tutenagg and GorXXX namely
as hee likewise confessed and declared to this deponent about fourty or fifty parcells of Chyna Rootes, about fifty or sixty
parcells of Tuteriagge and about five or six Bahare of Tortoise shells
and in the said ships Passgae the said Connis did at Jappara take