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To the nynth article of the sayd allegation. This deponent saith That of his sight and
knowledge the next morning after the lading and stowing of the sayd
ten pipes of wynes on board the John and Mary, there came on board
one Paxton Master of another shipp there lying, with a note or order
to recyve back agayne the sayd ten pipes and lade them on his
owne shipp. And the sayd William Webber in this deponents presence, and
hearing did give the sayd Paxton full and free liberty to come
on board him with his the sayd Paxtons owne Company and to remove
and take with him the sayd ten pipes of wyne. But the sayd Paxton
seeing that they were allready stowed did not aććept of the sayd
offer, nor did remove the sayd ten pipes of wyne. And otherwise
hee ćannot depose.

To the 10th. article hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 11th article he saith there is noe doubt but Custome and excise
must be payd for the sayd ten pipes, and that the freight for the same
ought to be payd, but by whom, how much or to who he knoweth not
nor can hee to this article further or otherwise depose.

To the 12th and Charter party now shewed him therein mentioned he
saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the last he saith his deposition is true.

To the Crosse Interrogratories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he saith he ćomes to be a witnesse att the request of the
sayd Webber. and is noe way ćoncerned in this cause as to proffit or losse.
and as to Justice favoureth all parties equally. And further otherwise
than negatively he cannot answer.

To the 2th. negatively to every part thereof.

To the 3d hee saith he was on board the John and Mary when the sayd ten pipes
came on board her. and he rećeived them from a Barkero that brought
noe note with him att all for the same. And otherwise he cannot answer.

To the .4th. he saith he was not present att any agreement touching the sayd
Indulto moneyes nor knowes how much, by who or to whom the sayd same was
payd neyther did he see any payd. And otherwise he cannot answere.

To the 5th Interrogatory he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions.

To the .6th. Interrogatory hee saith he knoweth the interrate Bevin, who is sayd
to be Mr Travers his factor. and the sayd Paxton did bring a note
the tyme interrate from the sayd Bevin. but whether the paper annexed now
showne him be the sayd note or be written or subscribed by the sayd
Bevin he saith he cannot depose.

To the 7th Interrogatory he saith he knoweth nothing thereof:

To the 8th. he saith he doth not know to whom the said ten pipes did or doe
belong. And further cannot answere.

To th 9th. he saith that to the best of his remembrance it was the 14th day
of November last that the sayd Pacton came on board the John and Mary
as upon the nynth article he hath declared. And this Rendent was then on board,