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And the sayd Benditto Teresi aboard the saud shipp the tyme and place aforesayd


did lade one other bagg of moneyes of the second marke in the margent
conteyning two hundred forty eight peices of eight Coyne of Peru and
an halfe for the use and Accompt of the arlate Abraham Oregia which
sayd Abraham Oregia then well and att present is the true and lawfull owner
of the sayd 248 1/2 peices of 8/8, And the saud Beneditto Teresi did the
tyme and place aforesayd lade aboard the sayd shipp one bagg more of


moneyes coyne of Peru of the third marke in the margent conteyning
one hundred forty eight and halfe peices of eight for the Accompt of
the arlate Moses Laluck, of whhich sayd 148 1/2 peices of 8/8 the sayd
Moses Laluck then was and at present is the lawfull Owner and Proprietor
And the sayd Beneditto Teresi did lade aboard the sayd shipp the tyme
and place aforesayd for the use and Accompt of the arlate Malasse


Sallach one bagg more of Peru moneyes of the fourth marke in the
margent conteyning ninety nine peices of eight, of which 99 peices of
8/8 of the sayd 4th marke the arlate Malasse Sallach aforesayd ten was
and att present is the true and lawfull Owner, All which sayd moneyes
were so laden to be carryed and transported in the sayd shipp from Leghorne
to Alexandria in Egypt, and there to be delivered unto the aforesayd
respective Owners thereof according to their severall and respective
proportions before expressed, The premisses this deponent knoweth to be true
for that he saw all the sayd moneyes in the quiet possession of the sayd Beneditto
Toresi att his howse in Leghorne, where this deponent likewise saw the same
counted and bagged upp and marked and was by him the sayd Toresi
then told that they did belong to and were the moneyes of the Producents
according to the respective proportions aforesayd, and afterwards saw them
laden for the respective Accompts aforesayd by him the sayd Beneditto
Teresi who then was of this deponents knowledge the ffactor of the
Producents, and did their merchandizing busines att Leghorne. And
otherwise he cannot depose.

To the third Article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that after the lading
of the sayd respective parvells of moneyes on board the sayd shipp the Saint
ffrancis att Leghorne as aforesayd the sayd shipp did sett sayle therewith toward
Alexandria and in her Course thither was with her ladeing taken and seized
by some shipps in the immediat service of this Commonwealth, and brought to
this Port of London, And saith that att the tyme of the sayd seizure, all and
singular the aforesayd parcells of moneyes were and remained on board the
sayd shipp the Saint ffrancis and came to the hands and possession of the Takers
thereof. which he this deponent knoweth being a Passenger aboard the sayd
shipp and in her att the sayd tyme of seizure. And otherwise cannot depose

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the arlate Nisson
Giovalli, Abraham Oregea, Moses Laluk, and Malasse Sallach were and are
merchants and Inhabitants of Alexandria and there have lived for theis twenty
yeares last past, and were and are subiects of the Grand Seignor the Turkish Emperor
and so accounted. And further saith that the sayd Beneditto Teresi was and
is the fafctor or Agent of the sayd parties att Legorne, and there lives and does