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To the ninth pretended position hee
answereth and referreth himselfe to the
charter partty arlate And otherwise
for his parte hee doeth not beleeve the said
position to bee truein any parte thereof

To the 10th pretensed position hee answe
reth and referreth himselfe to his former
Answers and beleeveth that the said shipp
arrived att Penbeefe on or about the
first of december 1645 and not before
ut credit and there this respondent
beleeveth shee staid and remained
before such time as the Master of her
would take onboard her this Rendents said
by the space of sixe or seaven weekes
ut credit and that this Rendents said salt
was laden and put onbord the said shipp
in the space of six dayes next
before her comeing from thence ut cre
dit which was as this Rendent beleeveth
about the 25th of ffebruary arlate but
this Rendent denieth that the said shipp
did remaine above the space of three or fower daies any parte of the fore
said time upon expecta
tion of this Rendents and Companies
goods but meerely upon the Wilfulnes
and negligence of the said Griggs ut
credit And otherwise for his parte
hee doeth not beleeve the said position
to bee true in any parte thereof

To the eleaventh Twelfth and
thirteenth pretended positions hee
answereth and referreth himselfe to
the Charter partye arlate and




"We arrived the same day in the river Loire, and came to an anchor at a town called Penbeef, thirty miles below the city of Nantz"[1]
  1. Burroughs, Memoirs of Steven Burroughs, vol. 1 (Albany, NY, 1811), p.43, viewed 21/04/2015