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otherwise knoweth thr premisses by the Credible relation both of the said [?John]
Scrother and many other persons of good esteeme with whom this deponent
hath conversed. And otherwise cannot depose,s aving his foregoing deposition]to which hee referreth:-

To the 11th hee saith, That the said Widow of Hance Lemmerman
deceased, and the said John Lemmerman Thomas Lemmerman and
Hance Lemmerman were and are all of them commonly and generally
accompted Natives of Hamborough where by common report they have
lived all or most of their lives, and are Inhabitants and Subjects of the [?said]
free State. And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the 12:th hee saith his foregoing deposition is true:-/

To the Crosse Interrogatories:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first negatively:-

To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition, And otherwise
cannot depose, saving hee beleeveth that all the persons interrate have
lived in the street called the Grim aforesaid for all the time interrate

To the third hee saith, That the interrate John Scrother is a batchelor
and a Hamburgher borne, And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition
negatively, And further cannot depose:

To the 4:th hee saith hee this deponent was in Companie with the said John
Scrother at Saint Lucars when the said John Scrother bought severall
butts of sack of John da Medina, Don ffrancisco [?XXX]
Dorado, and the widdow of Seignor de Bracamonte, from whose
Cellars the wynes by him predeposed were brought and laden aboard the
said shipp, and sith this deponent saw the said John Scrother pay severall
considerable summes of money to the said Merchants respectively, for such
wynes as hee bought of them for the accompt predeposed but remembreth not the particular summes
so payd by him as aforesaid, And otherwise saving his fforegoing deposition to
which hee referreth himselfe hee saith hee cannot depose;

To the 5th: hee saith the interrate Jhn Scrother was in Company with the said
John ffransen Haen and this deponent at Saint Lucar both on shopare and [?aboard]
the said shipp the black Cock whilest shee lay last at Saint Lucar, and saith hee
well knoweth the said John Scrother is ffactor to the said producent, but [?not]
they to him and that the said goods were brought aboard the said shipp [?in]
barques by the direction of the said Scrother of this deponents sight and knowledge

To the 6:th hee saith hee hath not so deposed:-

To the 7.th 8: and 0th. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition. And otherwise
cannot depose:-

To the 10. hee saith, and declareth by Vertue of his oath, That for the [?XXX]
predeposed hee is fully Convinced in Conscience that the butts of [?wynes]