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To the 4th hee saith that all masters and companies have their
wages besides their said accustomed averages both in the said voyage betwixt
Lisbone and the Brazila, and all other voyages, and hee never
knew any saile or goe otherwise

To the 5th hee hath not predeposed.

To the 6th hee saith that the same average as aforesaid hath bin allowed and paid
to masters by merchants living at Lisbone for voyages betwixt th[?at] and Brazila
though the said merchants have themselves bin part owners of the
same shipps, and were themselves parties to the making of Charterparties, And
otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 7th negatively for his part, and otherwise cannot answear.

Repeated before doctor Godolphin.



the first of July 1656.

Complin against Brandlin.}

Examined upon the Libell

Rp. 8us

Samuel Reynolds of the parish of Saint Dunstans in the
East London, Marchant, aged 42 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the second article of the said Libell (upon which allegation hee is by
direction of the producent examined) And saith and deposeth that
the 17th of October 1653 there were laden and were aboard the
hoy the Primrose whereof William Marsh was master, and which was
then lying at dice key outwards bound for Ipswich, one chest of
Sugar, five hogsheads of tobaccoe, one basket packt (the contents hee
knoweth not) and and another basket containing druggs, and saith the
said goods were to be transprted for Ipswich (in the said vessell)
and there to be delivered to Titus Camplin to whom they were directed
and were marked TC [MERCHANTS MARK, WITH "C" ACROSS "T"], but who laded the said goods, or the valew or
cost thereof hee saith hee knoweth not; the premisses touching such
their being aboard hee saith hee knoweth, because hee this deponent
being wharfanger of dice key, sawe and tooke notice in
writing (in his booke) of the same, and hath nowe a note thereof
with him which hee saith hee tooke out of his booke. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee cannot answer

To the second concerneth him not.

Repeated before doctor Godolphin.



The second of July 1656.

On the behalfe of John Tivall of London}
Merchant and John Page of Plimouth}
Marchant touching the seizure of their}
goods by ffrench in the shipp Noahs Arke}


(.4.us X.

John Bellamy of the parish of
All hallowes Barking London,
wine cooper, aged 36 yeeres or
thereabouts, sworne as in the
Acts of Court and exámined
upon certaine Interrogatories mimistred on
the behalfe of the said John Tivell and
John Page, saith as followeth.