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Ad 4 rendet that hee was addressed by the said [?Reat] to a merchant of
Nantes, whose name hee tooke in his booke, which came to the said[?CXXXs]
hand, and was by him detained from this deponent, without which booke
hee cannot name the said Merchant, and that hee had noe orders from
the said Reat delivered him in writing. Et alr nescit salvis predepoita.

Ad 5 rendet that the said shipp Winefat is about two yeares old, and that
hee never saw her at Stockholme, and saith hee neither knoweth how
long the said Roberts hath had or bin master of her, nor who was
her Master next before this deponent, Et alr nescit.

Ad 6 rendet that it is about three or foure yeeres since hee this deponent
was last at Stockholme, and saith hee did not at any time write to
to the said Gaspar Roberts till his bringing up to Garnsey, and then hee
wrote to him that hee was so brought up, and in greate trouble, and
hath since advised him by letters from hence that hee was come hether and
was using his diligence by meanes of the Swedish Resident to get himselfe
and shipp and goods cleared, the last time of such his writing to him
hee saith was friday last was seavenight, and speedily expecteth
an answer, but as yet hee hath not at any time received ant letter from
the said Roberts, hee being hastened from Amsterdam through feare of
being shut up by the ice, alr nescit salvis predepoita.

Ad 7 negative predepoita, alr nescit.

Ad 8 rendet that hee knew not the hand of the said Roberts, but was
made acquanted by the said Reat of letters received by him from the said [?RXXX]
touching the said Roberts his proprietie and ordering the said voyage, and have
after heard other Skippers say that they knowe the saud Roberts to be owner
of the said vessell Et alr nescit salvis predepoita, and saving hee
never saw the said Roberts write.

Ad 9 respondet that hee had a letpasse from Amsterdam which hee
left with the searchers in the fflie in his sailing out, and had noe
cocket, bill of lading or Charter partie for the reasons aforesaid, nor
other dispatches, but had his Swedish passe and as hee
beleeveth the two letters thereunto fixed now remaining in Court and
showd unto him, and his said shipp booke which is kept back, and
some slight papers besides of noe moment not concerning the
voyage, all which papers and all writings that were in the said shipp
[?XXXth] the said Courts hands, Et alr salvis predepita nescit.

Ad 10 rendet that hee can write and reade and had a booke at [?XX]
and the name of the merchant to whom consigned entred thereom, but not
his lading entred, it not being found expedient in theise times of
trouble at sea to make entrie thereof, either from whom received or
whom to [?XXX]