HCA 13/68 f.201v Annotate
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The nyneth day of December 1653 uppon the
allegation given on the behalfe of the Claymers
The Clame of John [?derholme] of Edinburgh in Scotland}
merchant for twelve bales of Lynnen cloath of the marke}
hereunder written and one hundred bagges of wheate without}
marke seized in the Shipp the Three Kinges whereof}
Joachem Beane was master by the Saphir Frigott}
whereof [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] Heaton was Commander in the}
Service of the Common Wealth Suckley. Budd.}
Henry Wilkee of
Edinburgh in Scotalnd
aged about 26 yeares [?XXXX]
produced and examyned in this
Cause deposeth as followeth