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Comodities onbord her And further
these rendents beleeve that afterwards
the arlate Atkinson and these rendents
factors did afterwards set out the
arlate shippe againe on another
voyadge from the Barbadoes to
Ginny againe in which voyadge shee
and her ladeing were taken by Captaine
Plunket ut credunt and soe lost and
the Master slaine in which said voyadge
the arlate Parris and hohnewood
were not ut credunt but had deserted
her before which was a great
occasion of her losse ut credunt
they wanteing men to defend her
And otherwise for theire parts they nor
any of them doe not beleeve the said
position to bee true in any parte thereof

To the 7th pretensed position they and every of them
answer that for theire parts they doe
not beleeve the said position to bee true
in any parte thereof Saveing these re
spondents beleeve that at the Barbadoes
arlate the arlate Paris and hohnewood
did contrary to theire promise and agree
ment and contrary to the good will
and likeing of the said Atkinson forsake
and desert the said shipp the Royall

Richard Batson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
John Robert[?s] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Lawrence Steele [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]