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Repeated before Doctor
Clerk one of the Judges
The personall answers of Robert
Hardwicke made to the positions and
articles of a certaine Libell in fact
given and admitted against him
on the part and behalfe of Rowland
Wilson Maurice Thompson, John
Wood and Company followeth
To the first pretensed position hee answereth and
beleeveth that Rowland Wilson and the other
parties arlate and Company arlate for all the
time arlate were freighters of the ship arlate
called the Jonathan of London, and for such
Commonly accompted (as hee beleeveth) and
hee beleeveth that hee this rendent was