HCA 13/71 f.167v Annotate
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To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatory hee saith hee comes to testify his knowledge in this cause at
the request of the sayd Webber, and equally favoureth both sides. And otherwise
To the second. negatively.
To the third Interrogatoryhe saith he was on board the John and Mary when the sayd
ten pipes were brought on board. but hee saw not nor heard of any
note brought by the Boatesman touching the same.
To the 4th negatively saving of his heare say as aforesayd.
To the 5th he saith that the said Paxton so came on board the John and Mary
the next day after the lading of the sayd ten pipes and this Rendent was then on board the syid shipp but the day of [?the GUTTER]
month he remembreth not, nor knoweth what note or order he the sayd Paxton brought
with him. but saith that he did demand the said ten pipes of wyne and would
have had the sayd Webber and Companye to have taken them out which
the sayd Webber and his Company sayd they would not doe for feare
of dammage, but sayd that if he the sayd Paxton and Company would
come and take them out they might or to that Purpose And the said
Paxton seeing that they were stowed refused to meddle with them
and so departed without them. And otherwise he cannot answer.
To the 6th Interrogatory he saith the sayd Bevin who doth Mr Travers his
busines was seen by and knowne to this Rendent. but whether the note
to the sayd Interrogatories annexed now showne him be the sayd Bevins
handwriting or signed by him or were brought on board the John and
Mary by the sayd Paxton he cannot depose.
To the 7th Interrogatory he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 8th Interrogatory he saith he knoweth not nor can answer.
To the 9th Interrogatory he saith he cannot answer more particularly than
in his precedent depositions to which he referreth himselfe is expressed.
To the 10th Interrogatory he saith he hath not so deposed.
To the 11th hee saith he knoweth nothing thereof nor can further
Repeated with his precontest before doctor Godolphin
Petter Rodes [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The four and twentyeth day of Aprill .1656.
Cooke and Johnson against}
Examined upon an allegation on the behalfe of the sayd Batson
William Tickell of Birchen Lane London merchant aged
fourty three yeeres or there abouts, a witnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet.
To the first Article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith that he went
as merchant in the shipp Tankervale Robert Cooke master the last
voyage she made which was from this Port of London to Norway
and there to take in horses; and was from thence to have gone to the Barbadas
and so back agayne to this Port. And knoweth that the sayd