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did drive a trade at Cadiz and Saint Lucar yet hee conceiveth it
very possible that they might spe doe though this rendent have
noe particular ground to beleeve it And otherwise hee
To the 35th hee saith hee was not any of the takers of the sayd
three shipps or any of them nor expecteth any share or part onm
them or any of them if they be adiudged prize./
To the 36th hee saith if it were in his power to condemne or
free the sayd shipps hee would doe as hee should see iust cause
to doe in such a matter And further cannot depose./
To the 37th hee saith hee
was not at any tyme a Mariner or passenger in the sayd
shipps or any of them./
To the 38th hee saith hee knoweth not the sayd John Martindorpe
neither did hee ever receive any [?dislast] from him nor demanded
any thing of him./
To the 39th hee saith that till within these three moneths hee did
pay all taxes and duties to the Commonwealth of all sorts
but at present and for these three moneths last hee hath lived with his
sonne in Lawe and daughter, and made all over to them
and they and hot himselfe doe now beare and pay these duties
And otherwise hee cannot depose./
steven puckle [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] day of November 1654/
Examined upon an allegation given
in by Mr Budd the 20th day of
Stephen Puckle of East Smithfeild neere
London Merchant aged fifty nyne yeares or