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HCA 13/124 f.64r: Right click on image for full size image in separate window


19th Martij 1650 [CENTRE HEADING]

Repetit coram doctor
Clerk Jud uno

[?Reshonsa] pleniora Nicholas Terricke
11th et 12th Arlis [?ominisdam] [?puse] [?AliXs]
als con eis ex parte domini Jacob Garret
militis utima dat et admis[?X] sequuntur

Ad 11th [?pusam] [?poe,] rendent et eor[?XX] [?utera]
rendet et credit That the Tenne Barrills
wherein the Indicoe was put that was laden
aboard the arlate shippes the harry Bone=
adventure and the hopewell att such time
as they were soe laden aboard the said shipps
had noe visible markes upon them and these
Rendents beleeve that the markes which
formerly had beene upon the said Barrills
were cut out by the order of Martin Lister
and Company pr by some of the Compa
ny of the shippe the Salvadore and not
by these Rendents or any of theire Company
aliter non credit dictam pussam [?paem]
esse veram in alique./

Ad 12th pusam [?paeom] rendent et credunt That
these Rendents brought home noe other
Indicoe in either of their shippes then the foresaid
Ten Barrills of Indicoe which came out
of that Salvadore arlate et aliter non cre=
dunt dictam pusam [?poem] eo veram ni aliqua

Nicho Tericke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


28th Martij 1651 [CENTRE HEADING]

Repetit coram
doctor Exton Jud
uno et cetera

Rensa pleniora Roberti Swanley facta
11th et 12th Articulis [?cunisram] [?puse] a hus
als con eum ex parte domini Jacob Garret
militis utrum[?X] dat et admiss sequuntur

Ad 11th pusam [?poem] rendet et credit That
none of the Tenne Barrills of Indicoe
arlate were marked or numbred with any of the marks or numbers
arlate att such time as they were laden
aboard the arlate shipps the harry Bonad
venture and the hopewell arlate et aliter
pro parte sua non credit dictam pusam poem