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To the 6th pretensed position hee answereth
and beleeveth that at the time of the
ladeing of the hogshead of sugar arlate aboard the
said shippe the Jonathan and Abigall
the same was worth the summe of 7 li
and noe more as he beleeveth And
otherwise hee doeth not beleeve the said
pretensed position to bee true in any parte

To the 7th pretensed position hee answereth
and referreth himselfe to the records
of this Court which hee beleeveth to
bee true And otherwise hee doeth not
beleeve the said pretensed position to bee
true in any parte

To the 8th pretensed position hee answereth
and beleeveth that it hath bin com
plained of this Court on the
behalfe of the said William Andrews
but not iustly as hee beleeveth And
otherwise he doeth not beleeve the
said pretensed position to bee true in any parte

To the last hee answereth and beleeveth
the things by him beleeved and
denieth the thinges by him denyed

Christ: Collman ! [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 23th of May 1651 [CENTRE HEADING]

Repeated before
doctor Clerk one
of the judges et ectera

The Answers of William Hargrave
made to the positions of an Allegation
given in against him on the behalfe of
Isaack Bradley Milner Mugford and
others doe followe/

To the first pretended position hee answereth and
beleeveth that the time arlate untill the 18th
of November 1649 and not longer as
hee beleeveth hee this rendent was Master