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said Sir Williams death, during all which time of this deponents knowledge of
him, hee the said Sir William harbert Lord Powis lived and lodged at the house
of one Dyke neere Suffolk house in the Strand, where this deponent did
very frequently visit him, being his physician, and thereby hee well
knoweth that the said Sir William Powis harbert lord Powis was living in his
natural life on the fourteenth day of May which was in the yeere of our
Lord God 1655, and ever untill about nine weekes since, at which time hee
departed this life in the said house, where this deponent sawe him alive
on the thursday (being to his remembrance yesterday was nine weekes), and
the the next morning hee the said Sir William dying, this deponent on
the said next day or very shortly after sawe his dead corps, and was present at his embalming
and sawe the embalming performed, this deponent directing and ordering
the doeing thereof. And otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the said
death of the said Sir William harbert Lord Powis happened (to this
deponents best remembrance of the time) on the fourteenth of March last
being on or about this day nine weekes./

Tho: Champion [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before Colonel Cock.


The 17th of May 1656

On the behalfe of henry Gough and}
partners John Pope of Bristoll Merchants}
concerning their losses in the Lilly of Bristoll}

Rp. 2

Robert Yeomans of Bristoll Marchant
aged 39 yeares or thereabouts sworne
before the right Worshippfull Charles George
Cocke Esquire
one of the Judges of the high Court
of the Admiraltie and exámined upon
certaine Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe
of the said Gough and others saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet.

To the first and second árticles Interrogatories hee saith and
deposeth that hee well knew the good shipp the Lilly of Bristoll
(whereof Thomas [?Person] was master) at the time of her last being
at Bristoll, from whense shee was bound shee was bound on a voyage as farr as Marseilla
in the kingdome of ffranse, and saith the said producents henry
Gough and John Pope were each of them owner of a third part
of the said shipp and of her tackle, apparrell and furniture at the
time of her setting out on her said voyage, and afterwards when
shee was lost, which hee knoweth because hee this deponent was then owner
of the other third part of the said shipp, and of her tackle, and furniture.

To the third Interrogatory hee saith and deposeth that during the
time of the said shipps being last at Bristoll and before her departure
thense on the said voyage namely in or about the moneth of January december
last past there were there laded and put aboard her for the accounts
of the said henry Gough and John Pope a certaine quantitie of Pilchards and Stockings
and moneys and some other things to be transported to towards Marseilles
for and