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To the 3d. Interrogatory he saith that the foresayd John Van palle att
and neere Burdeaux bout the moneth of October last past did
in this deponents presence buy severall great quantityes of wyne
whereof the wyne now Claymed is a part, of and from severall
Boores that brought the same to sell whose names he knoweth not and
to which Boores this Rendent saw the sayd Van Palle pay ready
moneyes for the sayd wynes. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 4th he saith he verily veleiveth that the wines now Claymed
doe really belong to the foresayd Mr Skinner who was and is an
Englishman and that noe subiect of the States of the United
Provinces nor of the ffrench King have any interest
therein, for the sayd Van Palle did acquaint him lodging in
his howse as aforesayd that the sayd wines were really bought and laden
for the sayd Mr Skinner and further or otherwise than negatively
he cannot depose.
...and he hath told this Rendent that he did
usually in the vintage tyme come overland from Anwerpe to
Burdeaux to provide wynes for his freinds and Correspondents, but
whethe rhe trade for himselfe or not this Rendent knoweth not
And otherwise he cannot depose.
The seventeenth day of March .1653.