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Malloes (who formerly had been factor
or agent for this rendent) wherein he
did inclose a bill of ladeinge invoice
and a letter directed unto one Lawrence
de Novalls with whom this rendent never
was acquainted nor ever had any dealings
or comerce withall but onely used his
name by the advice of his freinds
aforesaid meerely for the preservation
of his owne goods.

To the second pretensed position he anwereth
and beleeveth, that the letter, Invoice and
bill of ledeinge were and
remained aboard the said shippe the
diamond att such time as she was
seized uppon surprized and taken, by
the arlate shipps, the Merchant Adventure
and the Peter, and the said letter or
invoice was and is written by the proper
handwritinge of this respondent, and
were inclosed in another letter remaininge
in the registry of this Court directed unto
the said John Richard an Englishman
resident at Saint Maloes which this rendent
did by the advice of one Mr hungerford of
Exeter mrechant not knowinge, nor ever
haveinge had any dealings or correspondence
with the said Lawrence de Novalls, but this
rendent did write the same meerelye
colourably, and to avoid arrests in
ffrannce, and for the preservation of his
owne hoods, with which he went in the
said shippe the dyamond, and was on
board the said shippe the dyamond att the
time of the takeinge thereof, and that all the
said goods claimed by this rendent in this