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To the 5th pretensed position this rendent answereth
that he doth not beleeve the same to bee
true in any parte thereof/

To the 6th and 7th pretensed positions this rendent
answereth that he accepteth the
contents of this article (sic) so far as as they make
for him, and beleeveth that in, and by the
Charterparty made for the voyadge
in question itt was, and is covenanted, concluded
and agreed by and between the arlate
Thomas fflawes, and this rendent that the
arlate shipp the Unity should stay and
abide att the Island of the Canaries to unlade
and relade this rendents goods by the
space of 45 dayes, and also after the
expiration of the said 45 dayes the arlate
shipp the Unity ws to remaine 20 dayes
longer on Demorage and this rendent
beleeveth that the arlate Thomas fflawes
did remaine, and abide with the said shipp
the Unity att the Canaries aforesaid from
the 20th day of October arlate unto the
24th of November followeing and no longer
as he beleeveth, and this rendent beleeveth
that in case the said fflawes had staid and
remained att the Island of the Canaries
the whole 45 dayes, which he was bound
to doe by Charterparty and the 20 dayes
agreed on for demorage the arlate
shipp the Unity might and would have
been fully laden with wines and
other goods for the account of this rendent
and this rendent beleeveth, that by meanes
of the said fflawes his departure with the
arlate shipp the Unity from the Canaries
before the time limited in Charterparty
for his stay there was expired, this rendents
factors, agents, or correspondents att the Canaries
arlate were forced, and constrained to lade
divers goods aboard other shipps for