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To the first position hee answereth
and beleeveth That in the time arlate
Thomas Windall arlate the husband
of the arlate Eleanor Windall was
owner of 3/12 parts of the articulate
shipp the hare And otherwise for
his parte hee doeth not beleeve this
position to bee true in any parte thereof

To the second and third positions hee
answereth and accepteth of the same
soe farre forth as it maketh for him
and not otherwise and beleeveth that
within the time arlate there were taken
into the said shipp at dublin arlate
being then in the power of those forces
that bore Armes against the Parliament
of England divers passingers to bee
brought from thence into England
or Wales there being at that time an
Ordinance of Parliament expressly
against such transportation and belee
veth that the said passingers were landed
in England And otherwise for his parte
hee doeth not beleeve the same to bee
true in any parte

To the 4th position hee answereth and
accepteth of the same soe farre forth
as it maketh for him and hee beleeveth
that there were in the said shipp the
hare arlate when shee was seized
120 Barrills of herrings worth
as hee beleeveth about 14 or 15 s