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Thomas Lowrey a witness first Sworne & Examined on the part of the Deft, and now Sworne & Examined on the part ot the Complts Deposeth as followeth. 1 To the First Inter[ogator]y this Deont saith he knowes the Com[m]on high way leading from Hedley in Northumberland to the Lands in Stella called the Bogg or Blackmires and soe to the Peth head and Downe the Peth to th Leadhills and Bladon in the County of Durham, and saith that he knowes not nor Did he ever hear of any money or satisfaction, paid for any Carriages to the two Leadhills or Bladon aforesaid but saith that John Clavering Esq[uire] who is this Depont's Master for his way leave & Steathe roome in Stella grounds pays yearly Fifty Pounds p[er] annu[m] to the Deft halfe yearly.
Witness on behalf of Thomas Tempest in answer to Blackett's cross-interrogatories. See 2nd April 1690 'Questions to witnesses' William Blackett, cross-interrogatories, and notes given there for background to the case.