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Richard Bea[?re] against one 16th parte of the}
shipp the Reason belonging to Robert Serles}
and against the said Searles Suckley}
The like Serles
Anthony Newport Nathaniel Tams (sic) and company}
owners of the East India merchant against
whatsoever goods in the said shipp belonging to}
ffredericke Skinner and against daniel Skinner}
th'older daniel Skinner the younger and}
Lionell Skinner Colquite Suckley}
The like Skinner
Arnold Beake and Peter Mathewes against}
the shipp the Saint Jacob Peter Gosse[?t]}
is master and against William Newland Suckley}
The like Newland./.
Alexander Bence Richard hill John Crowther}
and Walter Maynard against whatsoever goods}
brought to this port of London in the shippe}
the two brothers of which Richard Waters is}
Captaine in the hands of Thomas Williams}
Laurence Brimely and John kendall and}
against John Bland Budd Suckley}
The like Bland
William [?Molson] Edmund Crispe and company}
marriners of the said shipp against whatsoever freight}
due for the service of the shipp the two brothers}
in the hands of John Bewly Thomas Bewly}
and Richard houlder and against John Bland}
John Addys against 200 barrells of herrings or}
whatsoever Goods in the shipp the Edward Robert}
James master belonging to Robert hammond and
against hammond and all et cetera Suckley}
The like hammond
John Curtis against the shipp the William of}
Boston of which Paul Nightingale is master and}
against William ffarro Thomas Addams and company}
comming in for their interest Allen}
The like ffarro Addams and company
Richard Bea[?re] against two sixteenth parts of the}
shipp the Reason belonging to Thomas}
[?With] and against the said With Suckley}
The like With./.
John Mills and company marriners of the
Constant Ruth against Thomas Williams ffrancklin}
The like Williams./.
John Rowe against the shipp the Margery of}
Newhaven and against Richard Wood and others}
The like Wood
John dobson against Richard fford}
The like fford
Giles Laurence and company against the}
Providence of Plymouth John Selby master}
and against Robert M[?erringe] Budd}
The like Merringe