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quarters out, and that the Merchants affirmed that their
goods were plunderd out of the caske, and upon that ground
doe deny payment of freight unto the Owners, unlesse
consideration is first had of the losse of their said goods
And further he cannot depose./

To the last he saith his former deposition is true.

To the Interrogatoryes./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he was Masters
mate of the interrate shipp in her homeward bound voyage
and that he commeth to testify being compelled by [XXXX] And to the rest
he answereth negatively./

To the 2d Interrogatory he answereth that he was not on board the
shipp interrate above the space of two monthes and soe he
cannot depose answeare to the contents of this Interrogatory.

To the 3d. 4th and fifth Interrogatoryes he knoweth not to

To the sixth Interrogatory he answereth that the shipp interrate
had good rigging and good cables, and that some of the merchants
have allowed some primmage and average, to a
small value And further he cannot answeare./

Repeated before Colonel Cock./


The 23th of August 1656/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Lisle against Stephens and Leigh}
Clements Smith}

Examined upon the libell given in on the behalfe of
the sayd Lisle./

Rp. 3

Richard Speareman of the parish of Saint Mary
Magdalen Bermondsey Roapemaker aged thirty eight
yeares or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first and second articles of the sayd libell hee and the
schedule or bill of sale in the second article mentioned hee
saith that in the moneth of October 1652 and on or about the twelfth
day of the same the arlate William Syndersby was commonly
accompted and reputed the true and lawfull Owner and Proprietor
of the Vessell articulate called the Jane And as lawfull Owner
of her did signe and seale and deliver as his Act and deed the schedule
in the sayd second article mentioned being a bill of sale of the sayd
vessell by the name of the Jane of London upon the sayd twelveth
day of October 1652 in presence of this deponent and one
Thomas Ashworth a Scrivener who made the sayd bill of sale and
is since dead and the sayd schedule or bill of sale being read unto
him at the tyme of his examination hee saith that the contents
thereof are true and were so had and done as in the same is conteyned
and that the sayd schedule is the same bill of sale of the sayd
shipp then called the Jane of London which hee soe sawe the sayd
Syndersby sign seale and deliver as his act and deede to the use of the arlate Sampson
Edwards therein alsoe named and well knoweth the marke R: S at the bottome