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observation of his usuall and ordinary character and manner of
subscription, and this deponent further and firmely beleeveth, That the
goods, silver, wynes and other Merchandises in the said severall bills
respectively mentioned were really and effectually laden and putt
on board the said shipp the Saint Lawrence at the Port of Oratava
allate in or about the moneth of June last past to be thence
transported and brought to this Port of London and there to be
delivered, as they accordingly were, but saieth that he this deponent
was not present at the firming of the said severall bills of lading
nor doeth he remember to whom the said severall goods soe laden
did or doe particularly belong, nor can sett forth the quantities or
qualities thereof, forasmuch as the list of Memoriall which this deponent
as Steeresman of the said shipp did take of the said severall parcells of
goods was lately taken from him by the Commissioners for Prize
=goods at Plimouth in England, and that thereby this deponent is
deprived of that assistance to his memory touching the said goods
And further to this Allegation, or to the said schedules or bills
of lading thereunto annexed hee saieth he cannot depose

To the Interrogatories on the behalfe of his highnes:/:[INDENTED HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie he saieth, That for the reason predeposed
he cannot remember the particulars of the goods now Claimed and
mentioned in the bills of lading aforesaid, but saieth he was present
at and did in the said quality of Steeresman take notice of all the
said shipps lading taken in att Oratava aforesaid, nor doeth the
rendent knowe the persons of the Laders or now Claymers thereof
Nor can to this Interrogatorie further depose/

To the 2d 3. 4th and 5th Interrogatories hee saieth he cannot depose
further or otherwise then as he hath predeposed to the said Allegation
and bills of lading annexed whereunto he referreth himselfe

To the last hee saieth he cannot depose./

Repeated with his precontests
before doctor Godolphin./



The 10th of September. 1658:-/

The Claime of John Rowse of London}
for twenty and three pipes of Canarie}
Wynes in the Saint Lawrence. etcetera]

Examined upon the said Allegation.


Peter Binnenysent of Hoorne in Holland Mariner
late Master of the said shipp the Saint Lawrence aged
29. yeares or thereabouts, a wittnesse produced sworne