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And saith that the bill of lading exhibited annexed to the sayd allegation
and now shewne him this Examinat was and is one of the sayd bills
of laing, and the contents thereof were and are true and reall, and
other wise referring himselfe to the Acts of this Court he cannot depose

To the fifth he saith he saw all Bilboa severall letters writt by the sayd
factor David England and ffrances Bodkins directed to Patrick [?Browne]
and Thomas Barnwell att Nantes for and touching
the sayd moneyes, the particulars of which letters he remembreth not
and as he remembreth there were some of the sayd bills of lading [?inclosed]
in the sayd letters, And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the sixth he saith that for the reasons aforesayd he is assured that
the sayd moneyes now claymed by the sayd Browne and Geraldine nor
any part thereof did not nor doth belong to the subiects of the States
of the united Provinces King of ffrance or any Prince or State in
hostility with this Commonwealth, nor to any of them, and otherwise he
cannot depose saving as aforesayd.

To the eighth article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that the arlate David
England ffrancis Bodkin and Thomas Barnewell were and are [?Irishmen]
respectively and so accounted. And saith the sayd Barnwell resideth at
Nantes as a Merchant Stranger, and this deponent doth not know or ever
heard that the sayd persons or any of them is or ever was or were subiects
of the States of the united Provinces King of ffrance or any Prince or
State in hostility against this Commonwealth or that they or any of them was
or were so accompted. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the nynth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth
that after lading of the sayd moneyes as aforesayd the sayd shipp [?did]
sayle from Bilboa and in her Course for Nantes whither she was bound
was seized by Captaine Wills and Company in the shipp Handmaid[?en]
And saith the sayd baggs of moneyes now claymed by the producents
were then aboard of the sight of this deponen who came a Passenger
in the sayd shipp from Bilboa, and came into the possession and [?XX]
of the sayd Takers, who still detaine the same, And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the tenth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the producents
are both of them Irishmen and subiects of this Commonwealth living under
the protection thereof and so accounted, and the sayd Patrick Browne
in June last was an Inhabitant of Galloway in Ireland, and the
sayd Geraldine of Waterford in Ireland, and for dwellers and
Inhabitants of and in the sayd places respectively the sayd producents
have bene and are commonly accounted and reputed, And this deponent for
his part never heard that eyther of them ever was or is a subiect of
the States of the united Provinces King of ffrance or any Prince or [?King]
in hostility against the Commonwealth or so accounted.

To the last he saith his depositions are true.