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To the 26th Interrogatory he answereth that he saw the Consull
Mr Richard Middleton putt his hand to a wryting concerning
the sayd bargaine, And further he cannot answere./

To the 27th Interrogatory he answereth that he this Rendent had for
himselfe and whomsoever ge showld bring with him a Boyar[?dee]
or Letter of Licence from the Bashaw to traffique in the
Molea and to transport the goods, which was in the Turkish
Language and different from the writing mentioned in the
proceeding Interrogatory, which Boyardee he beleiveth he hath held in
London amongst his papers, And further he cannot answeare.

To the 28th Interrogatory he answereth that the interrate Roger Middleton
was made Vice Consull in the latter end of the yeare 1642
by his brother since deceased then Consull, And further referring
himselfe to his former deposition he cannot answeare./

To the 29th Interrogatory he answereth that he this Rendent hath
payd both money and cloth sometimes with and sometimes without
[?Toskary], but he saith that the interrate Roger Middleton
did take a Teskare for the two halfe peeces of scarlett cloth
And he answereth by vertue of his oath that he very well knoweth
that the principalls never had any satisfaction made them
for the said scarlett cloth and money, more or other
then the said 12000 weight of Currance laden in the said boate
which was taken away by the said William ffowke, And
further he cannot answeare,/

To the thirtith Interrogatory he answereth that he had a quantity
of Currance brought home in the Moria Merchant interrate
for his owne proper Account but he saith he hath noe
part, share or interest in the ioynt stock of the said shipp
which is the producents, And further he cannot answeare./

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin

John kennet [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 7th of July 1655/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Thompson against one halfe part of the Love}
of London her tackle and furniture}
belonging to John Solomon of Bridges}
in fflanders and against the sayd John}
Solomon in speciall and all others in generall}
et cetera Baker}

Examined on an allegation arlate
given in and admitted on the behalfe
of the sayd Richard Thompson./

Rp. 1

Robert Rickman of the parish of
Saint Buttolphs Billingsgate London Cittizen
and ffishmonger of London aged 31 yeares or
thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined saith
and deposeth as followeth videlicet.

To the first and second article sof the sayd allegation hee saith that
hee thsi deponent well knoweth that the arlate Richard Thompson in
and during the yeares 1653 and 1654 and months therein concurring was
and still is commonly reputed to be a parte owner videlicet of one halfe of the shipp