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respondents doe beleeve the said Warren in part
and did deserve in case hee had delivered
the same well conditioned And soe much and
noe more these respondents beleeve other
persons doe usually pay for the like goods
And otherwise for theire parts they nor
either of them doe not beleeve the said pos
ition to bee true in any parte thereof/

To the third pretended position they and either
of them answer and beleeve that the said
Jeremy Warren arrived here in this port
of Londo with the shippe the Messina mer=
chant arlate and that after his Arrivall
here these respondents beleeve the arlate
Jeremy Warren did deliver unto these
rendents theire respective goods and me=
chandizes but very many of them much
spoiled and damnified either by the fault
or occasion of the said Warren and Com
pany or by the insufficiency of the said shipp
as they beleeve and these respondents beleeve that
they these respondents did promise unto the said
Warren that in case hee would make them
good the dammadge of their said goods soe sus
tained in his shipp that then they these
respondents would respectively pay unto him
theire respective freight soe due from
them upon the delivery of their goods in
good Condition and not otherwise
as they beleeve And these resppondents further
beleeve that the merchants who laded the
said goods did signifie and declare unto
these respondents what the freight did amount
unto And further these respondents referre