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specified if they had come to the Canaries as was expected would
have come to a good market and the quantity of such goods sayd so be laden on the sayd shipp would have produced a
good quantity of wynes but how much he is not able to say.
And this deponent upon his arrivall here found Canarie wynes [TEAR IN PAPER]
high prized, att thirty three, thirty four, and some thirty [TEAR IN PAPER]
seven pounds per pipe. And otherwise hee ćannot depose

To the seventeenth articles hee saith, he heard the sayd Stephen say
that hee had about fifty pipes of wines to be laden on board the
sayd shipp for the sayd Body over and besides what the lading of the
sayd shipp would have produced if shee had arrived there; And
saith the sayd fifty pipes as hee beleiveth were not nor are sent from
England and the sayd Body is thereby like to be much damnifyed
but to what value knoweth not.

To the eighteenth and nineteenth articles of the sayd Libell, This deponent
saith that there were severall English shipps which came and
arrived att the Canaries whilest this deponent was there and after
the Embargo layd upon English shipps and goods, which (the sayd
Embargo notwithstanding) were there laden and returned from
thence for England without danger or dammage, upon three of
which shipps he this deponent did lade severall quantities of
goods after such embargoe; And hee knoweth that the sayd
Stephens did expect the Little Mary as aforesayd , and had provided
dutch dispatches and writings for her in case she had come. which
this deponent saw to be in readines. And for theis reasons he
saith he knoweth and is well assured that in ase the sayd shipp
Little Mary had arrived there in the monethes of October, November
or December 1655. Last past she might have taken in her
lading of wynes and returned for England in safety the
sayd Embargo notwithstanding) as well as other English shipps
did twelve whereof att the least were there laden after the sayd Embargo whilst this deponent was the{re} And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 20th. hee saith he cannot depose.

To the 21th. article he saith the sayd fferdinando Body is much
damnifyed as he beleiveth for that the sayd shipp Little Mary
did not performe her designed voyage, but howmuch knoweth not.
And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 22. 23. and 24th articles he referrs himselfe to the Acts of this
Court and to the law, and to his precedent depositions which hee
saith are true. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the Crosse=Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1. Interrogatory hee saith that he comes to be a witnes att the Request of the
Plaintiff who hearing of this Rendents late comeing from the canaries
had discourse with him about this matter, And this Rendent told him
he could depose to the effect abovesayd. And otherwise negatively.