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Pilchards, Stockings and other things and moneys as for each of the
shares and parts amounted to the summe and valew of three hundred pounds
sterling or neere thereabouts, which were to be transported in the said
shipp towards Marseille aforesaid, and to be sold and disposed of for
their respective accounts by Thomas Moody who went Sopra cargo
of and in the said shipp. All which hee knoweth to be true because
hee this deponent had alsoe a like proportion and share in [XXX GUTTER]
stockings and other things and moneys aboard the said shipp to the
valew of three hundred pounds sterling or thereabouts for his account
laden at Bristoll and to be disposed of by the said Sopra cargo,
besides hee had his third part in the said shipp as aforesaid.

To the fourth hee saith that the said shipp with the said goods
merchandizes and moneys, departed from Bristoll on her said
voyage and comming into Malaga Roade were (as hee hath bin
credibly informed both by the said Sopra cargo who was aboard her,
and by a certificate under the hands of severall English Merchants
seized by the Spaniards, and soe were and are utterly lost to the



The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. 4

Henry Gough of Bristoll Merchant aged [NO NUMBER INSERTED BY CLERK]
yeeres or thereabouts sworne and examined as aforesayd

To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that hee well
knew the good shipp called the Lilly of Bristoll (whereof Thomas
Pearson was Master) at such time shee was last att Bristoll
from whence she was bound to proceed on a voyage as farr
as Marseille in the Realme of ffrance, and saith that the
producents Robert Yeomans and John Pope: were each of them
an Owner of a third part of the sayd shipps tackle and furniture
and for such Commonly accompted at the time of her
setting out on the sayd voyage, and afterwards when she was
taken by the Spaniards, which hee knoweth to be true, because
hee this deponent was the same time Owner of the th'other third part of
the sayd shipp tackle apparell and furniture./

To the 3.d hee saith and deposeth that dureing such time as the sayd
shipp the Lilly was last at Bristoll and preparing to goe the sayd
voyage there were laden in and on board her by and for the
account of the said Robert Yeomans and John Pope, as many
Pilchards stockings, and other things and moneyes as for each of [?their GUTTER]
shares and parts amounted to the sume and vallue of three
hundred pounds sterling or neere thereabouts which were to be