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Webber would deliver them And the sayd Webber thereto answered that hee
had stowed them among the wynes and that hee could not come at them
or to that effect, and soe this deponent returned to his shipp the Martin and
left the sayd ten pipes aboard the John and Mary aforesayd And further to these
articles hee cannot depose/

To the 9th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that neither the arlate Webber nor
Bevin did at any tyme during the tyme hee this deponent (the arlate Paxton) stayed on
his sayd shipp the Martin at the Canaries the voyage in question, tender or [XXX GUTTER]
unto this deponent tenn pipes or any number of pipes of wine in lieu of the
sayd pipes of wine soe acknowledged by the sayd Webber to so laden aboard
his shipp, which if they had done hee the deponent would have accepted
of then hee further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 10th hee cannot depose./

To the 11th hee saith hee referreth him selfe to the order of this Court
mentioned in this article if any such order were made which hee knoweth not
and to the rest of the contents of the sayd article hee cannot depose./

To the 12th hee saith that if the sayd Webber or his freighter had delivered
back to this deponent on board his shipp the Martin the sayd ten pipes of
wine belonging to the sayd Burridge and Company soe laden aboard the sayd
Webbers shipp the John and Mary at any tyme while hee this deponent
rode at Anchor at the Canaries the voyage in question, hee this deponent
could conveniently and would have receaved the same aboard his shipp
the Martin and further hee cannot depose to this article for that after
hee this deponent was cleared and had receaved all his dispatches at the
Canaries and was put off to Sea hee mett with with a barke at Sea out of
which hee receaved and tooke aboard his shipp nyne pipes of wyne
by which meanes hee came not home dead freighted./

To the last article hee saith hee hath heard that the John and Mary arlate
the voyage arlate came from the Canaries dead freighted to the
quantitie of about forty tonnes, she being a shipp in this deponents
Judgment of about one hundred and forty tonns And further to this
article hee cannot depose/

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knoweth the producent Burridge
hath knowne him for these two yeares last past or thereabouts and the rest of
the parties litigant hee knoweth only by sight and hath for knowne them for
the like tyme and saith hee desyreth right may prevaile in this cause

To the 2 hee saith hee is the Interrogate Roger Paxton and was Master
of the Martin the shipp Interrogate the tyme Interrogate./

To the 3 saving his foregoing deposition to which hee answereth
hee cannot further answere to this Interrogatorie./

To the 4th hee answereth negatively for his part and further hee
cannot answere/

To the 5th Interrogatorie hee saith as is predeposed that hee this deponent coming
aboard the sayd Webbers shipp and demanding the foresayd ten pipes of
wyne the sayd Webber replyed as aforesayd that he had stowed them
among other wynes and that hee could not come at them or to that effect where[?upon GUTTER]
this deponent departed not searching in what kinde the sayd wines were [?stowed GUTTER]