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The 8th of November 1656, [CENTRE HEADING]

Thoroughgood and hockley against}
Reeve. Budd. Smith.}

Examined upon {XX} Libell.

Rp. 1

Edward South of the parish of Saint Mary Magdalene
ffishstreet London gentleman, aged 39 years or thereabouts
Sworne and examined.

To the fourth and fifth articles of the said allegation and the two schedules
annexed were showed unto him, hee saith and deposeth that on or about
the nineth day of March 1653 hee this deponent in the Assurance office
London was present and did for the arlate John Ba[?c]on
unto the producent John signe seale and for his act and deed deliver the two Memorandums
or Indorsments of the said two schedules, (each of them beginning
Memorandum it is likewise et cetera and ending, this nineth day of March
1653) in all things as nowe the same it is to be seene, and having soe
sealed and delivered hee this deponent and his contest Thomas Pulford
(who was alsoe present), for their names thereto as witnesses thereof
as nowe alsoe appeareth, And having nowe seene his name thereto
(written as hee saith with his owne hand) hee well remembreth
the said writing to be the same without alteration that was soe signed
sealed and delivered by the said Bacon the time and place aforesaid.



The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the foresaid libell.

Rp. 2.

Thomas Pulford of London gentleman
aged 28 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the fourth and fifth articles of the said libell and the two schedules
annexed were showed unto him hee saith and deposeth that on or
about the third day of March 1653, hee this deponent was present
in the Assurance office London, and did there see the arlate John
Bacon signe seale and for his act and deede deliver there
two Indorsements or Memorandums written on the back of the
said two schedules or bills of bottonrie, in all things as nowe appeareth
which being donne, hee this deponent set his name thereto as
a witnesse and soe did his precontest Edward South who was then
alsoe present, And having nowe seene the said Indorsement and
his name thereto, hee well knoweth it to be the same that
was soe signed sealed and delivered by the said Bacon the time
and place aforesaid.

Repeated with his producent
before doctorr Godolphin.

Thomas Pulford [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The eighth of November 1656. [CENTRE HEADING]

[LH GUTTER Nall and} Company against the shipp the}
[GUTTER XXXX] (whereof John le Gall was master) and}
[GUTTER XXXX] and against the said Le Gall and all others}

Examined upon an allegation
given in on the behalfe of the
said Cowell and company the
31th of October 1656.

Rp. .j.

Christian Johnson of fflushing Mariner aged
33 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.