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This 19th day of November 1656/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Walter Gough against the shipp the Redd Lyon}
or Lyon of London and against Edward[?s]}
Bigg and company Clements ffrancklin}

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



James Bevan of Shadwell in the parish of Stepney and
County of Middlesex Anchor Smith aged twenty two yeares
or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth

To the first and second articles of the sayd libell and the schedule in
the sayd second article specified and now read unto him at the tyme of
this his examination hee saith and deposeth that in moneths and tyme
in the first article mentioned the arlate Mr Christmas did receave of
the arlate Walter Gough this deponents Master all and singul[?e]r the Iron
worke and other things mentioned in the schedule arlate now read unto
him to be used and imployed about the shipp the Redd Lyon or Lyon arlate
this hee deposeth of his owne knowledge being servant to the sayd Walter
Gough at the tyme when they were by the sayd Christmas and his servants
and others by him imployed to that purpose fetched of the sayd Gough at his a
shopp which was and is belonging to the sayd Christmas as and adioyning to the yard where the sayd Christmas
builded the sayd shipp the Redd Lyon or Lyon, and helpeing to weigh and
deliver all the sayd Iron worke and other things schedulate to the sayd
Christmas and his servants and such others as hee imployed to fetch the same for
the use of the sayd And saith the Iron worke and other things
schedulate were at the tyme of such their delivery well worth
use the particuler and respective summes and rates in the sayd schedule
mentioned and the like Iron worke and other things of these sorts in the
sayd schedule specified did [?yeild] and were usually sold at the sayd
tyme of their delivery at the same rates mentioned in the sayd schedule
And saith hee verily beleeveth that all the Iron worke and other things
schedulate were receaved by the sayd Christmas for the use of the of the Owners
of the sayd shipp Redd Lyon or Lyon and were used and imployed upon and