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To the 10th pretensed position hee an=
swereth that when the arlate Brand
linge made toward the shippe the
Saint Anthony arlate the said shipp
was alone and not in Company
of any other shipp nor in veiwe
or sight of any neither did the
said Regmorter knowe what was
become of the same ut credit the
time arlate And otherwise for
his parte hee doeth not beleeve the
said position to bee true in any parte
To the eleaventh pretensed position hee
answereth and beleeveth the same
to bee true
To the 12th pretensed position hee answe
reth and beleeveth that before and
since the eight day of June last
past 1650 there hath bin and is
peace and amity betweene the
States of the Inited provinces
arlate and the kinge of Portugall
in all places except betweene Por
tugall and Brazeele and in
Brazill and betwixt Brasile and
Portugall hee beleeveth by vertue
of letters of Reprizall it is
lawfull for them to take and
they doe take each other ut credit
And soe much hee beleeveth is