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To the 8th position hee anwereth and
beleeveth that the arlate Mr Thomas
Windall lived and traded in dublin
by the space of 10 or 12 monethes
whilest it was in the possession and
Command of those that then bore
Armes against the Parliament And
otherwise for his parte hee doeth not
beleeve the same to bee true in any parte

To the ninth position hee answereth
and beleeveth the same to bee true./

To the 10th position hee answereth and
beleeveth that the said Eleanor Win=
dall came over from dublin in the
said shippe And otherwise for his parte
hee doeth not beleeve the same to
bee true in any parte

To the 11th position hee answereth
and beleeveth That upon the seizure
of the said vessell this rendent
caused the sailes to bee taken from
the yard that the vessell might not
bee runne away with And the said
sailes were imployed by the consent
of Mr dermot the deputy Collector
upon a bessell in the Parliaments
service called the fflying hart
And hee beleeveth that divers of
the Company belongenige
to the hare [?ranne] into the service
of the Joselin And that the arlate