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all shipps there for the space of 21 dayes soe that shee and other
were thereby imbargoed, And farther hee cannot depose

Upon the rest of the articles of the sayd allegation
hee is not examined by directon of Mr ffrancklin/

To the Interrogatories brought in this
third of July 1656/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that the
Interrogat Beniamin dymock and Company parties
agent in this cause soe farr as this deponent observed
through the whole voyage did behave them selves
Civilly and orderly and performe their duties
in their severall relations and offices and were [?observed GUTTER]
to Command of the Master saving for the reasons before
declared they did denye to goe the voyage to Cassandra
and that they were sometymes ashoare during the sayd
voyage And further saving his foregoeing deposition
hee cannot answere./

To the 2 hee saith that when the George Bonadven=
ture came with the Corne laden aboard her to Zant
John dobson and Richard ffarrington two of the ffactors
of George ffarrington Interrogate came aboard and
gave order to unlade the sayd Corne and this
deponent well remembreth being then present upon the
deck an an eye and ear wittnes thereof that hutchinson and
dimmock the Masters mates and Nock the Boatswaine spake
to the sayd ffactors and desyred them that the same
might be delivered out by the same measure that it
was taken in by and produced a measure which
they brought in the sayd shipp and affirmed to bee the
same it was taken in by, And the sayd ffactors thereto
replyed and asked the sayd Mates and Boatswaine [?or GUTTER]
any of the Company had any Corne on board for
their owne Accompts, and they the sayd Mates and boatswaine