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To the 7th 8th and 9th articles- of the sayd allegation hee saith
that the sayd Keene hearing that this deponent and others who –
were the company of the Anne Pinck of Bristowe had had their seyd
vessell cast away neere Chippione not farr Off of Saint Lucar
did desyre this deponent and the rest of the sayd shipps company to –
goe with him his voyage to Palma but this deponent and all the sayd
shipps company told him they would not goe any voyage but for
England, for that the sayd Keene seeing hee could not get noe Mariners
to goe with him his voyage to Palma did at Saint Lucar take in a –
lading of goods for London, whereupon this deponent and the rest of the
sayd Pinke Anne of Bristowes company, did shipp them selves in the
sayd vessell the John and Elizabeth and did sayle her from St Lucar
to this Port of London And further he cannot depose

To the 10th hee saith hee well knoweth the arlates- Mr Peter Probee and
Mr Edward Watts and saith they are English men merchants of good –
repute and accompt in Saint Lucar and soe generally accompted And –
further to this article- hee cannot depose /

To the Interrogatories- [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first he saith hee cometh to testifie the truth of his knowledge
In this cause at the request of Edward Keene the producent to whome
hee is noe way related saving hee served as a Mariner in his sayd
shipp John and Elizabeth in her voyage from Saint Lucar to London and was –
none of her company in her outward bound voyage from London/

To the second he saith the shipp Interr’ was fitted and repayred
at Saint Lucar for a voyage, and did there take a freight for –
London and saith hee well knoweth the sayd vessell could not soe well have gone to Palma
as for London for that noe Mariner would engage to goe in her upon
noe condition to Palma And further to this Interr’ he cannot depose
not being any of her company when shee came from London./

the marke of the sayd
William WC Compton./

Repeated before Dr Clarke


The same day

Examined upon the sayd allegation-

Dr. Smith


Richard Robinson of Wapping the the parish of
of [sic] Stepney Shipwright aged 28 yeares or there
abouts a witnes sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the 1:2:3: 4th and 5th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that
hee this deponent is a shipp carpenter by profession and was Carpenter
of the shipp the Triall an English shipp lying in the harbour of Saint –
Lucar in Spaine and by that meanes did see the shipp the John and Elizabeth