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Interrogatories brought in by Mr Smith/

To the first Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively to every part thereof

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith hee never sawe any bill of sale made
to the Interrogate Mr howe of or for the shipp Interrogate or any part
of her and saith hee receaved of the sayd Mr Alexander howe fifty
pounds or thereabouts for worke done by this deponent touching the
repayres of the sayd shipp the Alexander but upon whose Account the
sayd Mr howe paid the sayd moneys whether for his owne Account or
for Account of any other person hee knoweth not, and saith what hee did
touching the repayres of the said shipp hee did only by the order of the
foresayd watson and of noe other person./

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot answere not knowing what was
usually done in the case Interrogate the tyme Interrogate./

Repeated with his precontest
before doctor Godolphin./.

Mathew Clements [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 11th day of ffebuary 1657 English Style

Sydrach Bake (sic) and Company Owners of the shipp Industry)
against John Page: Suckley Smith)

Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd
Sydrath Blake and Company

Rp. jus

Thomas Anneley of Ratcliffe in the parish of Stepney and
County of Middlesex Mariner aged thirty fower yeares or
thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation and the first and second schedules
in the sayd article mentioned hee saith that hee this deponent was Masters Mate
of the arlate Shipp the Industrie in the voyage in question and knoweth that the arlate
John Page did not send his goods aboard the sayd shipp upon her outward bound voyage
to the Canaries before the eighteeneth of August one thousand sixe hundred fifty fower
but well remembreth that they were brought aboard her at Gravesend in the night
tyme of the sayd eighteenth day of August betweene eight and twelve a clock in
the night tyme And saith that the sayd first schedule arlate now shewed and read to
him at this his examination was and is the Cocquett for Cleering the sayd goods
then soe laden And the sayd second schedule now alsoe showed and read to this deponent
is the noate or letter from the arlate John Page to the arlate Blake to desyre
him to take the sayd goods into the sayd shipp And further hee cannot depose saving
hee saith hee knoweth the premisses for that hee being Maste helped to stowe the sayd
goods when they were soe brought./

To the 2 article hee saith hee being mate as aforesayd knoweth that the sayd Blake
having receaved the sayd goods aboard sett sayle therewith from Gravesend the next day videlicet
upon the nynteenth of August aforesayd and made all possible haste to the Canaries
and arrived there the fifth day of September next following which was about three
dayes before any other English shipps who went out of the downes in Company with
the Industrie arrived there and (as hee remembreth and beleeveth) made delivery of the sayd shipps outward
Cargo, before the sayd other English delivered their outward ladeing there And further hee
cannot depose/