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aboard the said ship some Long Pepper the quantity (as hee likewise confessed unto him this deponent
of about forty or fifty Parcells, and in the [?Streights GUTTER]
of Bantam (alsoe in the said ships Passage To the Coast
of Cormandell) about One hundred jarrs of Greene Ginger
All which aforementioned goods hee saith were carried in the said
ship to the Coast of Cormandell, but not upon the Account of
the foresaid Governour and Company of English Merchants
trading to East India, but upon the Account of the said Comander
or other persons, not of the said Company, And the said
Connis confessed to this deponent that hee sold the sayd Brimstone
and Tutenagge on the Coast of Cormandell, or the greatest part , And the rest of the
said Goods the said Connis brought in the said ship
marygold to this Port of London and further cannot depose
saving as followeth:

Ad 8n. dicit that 400 ld not usually at Maccasser makes a Bahare
of Tortoise shells., but of all other Goods 600 lb usually goes
to a Bahare, and every parcell of any goods Containeth
in weight 132 lb. And saith that for transportation of a
Passenger from the Coast of Cormandell to Maccasser aforesaid
is usuall tenn Ryalls. and after that rate this deponent hath
knowne persons par for their Passage from the said Coast
to Maccassar:/:

Ad 9u. dicit that he this deponent came into England
from the said Coast of Cormandell in the said ship the
Marygold the voyage in question, and saith that upon the Rammaging the said ship
in her passage, this deponent sawe about twelve or fourteene
fardles each which hee conceiveth might containe the quantity of about thirty or
forty peeces of Salampres, which said ffarles hee saith
were not marked with the said Companyes marke, and
therefore hee beleeveth they were belonging to the said
Connis, And at the same time hee alsoe sawe some
other goods which were not marked with the said Companyes
marke which hee beleeveth were Part of the said goods
mentioned in his deposition to the seaventh article
which the said Connis brought to this Port, And
the said Connis of this deponents knowledge since the
said ships arrivall here, disposed of and sold about
three hundred peeces of Callicoes, which hee
brought over in the said ship the said voyage And further hee cannot

Ad 10.n dicit that hee cannot estimate how much Dammage the said Governour
and Company have sustained by reason of the Premisses

Ad 11m. dicit that hee knoweth not howe much the ffreight of
the foresaid Passengers and goods and Merchandizes amounted
unto saving this deponents is to pay the said Connis for his passage
from Maccassar to the Coast of Cormondell and thence to England
the summe of forescore pounds namely twenty pounds
for the ships Provisions and sixty pounds for the use of the

Ad 12.