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To the 6th article hee saith, That after the Lading and receiving of the said
138. baggs of wooll aboard this deponents said shipp for the accompt predeposed
the said shipp sett saile therewith from Cadiz towards Dunquerke
and in her Course thitherwards was mett withall surprized and taken
by certaine. shipps of this Commonwealth and that the said woolls at the said
time of seizure were all on board the said shipp the Morning Starr
and came to the hands and possession of the Officers of this Commonwealth
Which hee knoweth for the reasons predeposed. And otherwise cannot
depose: :-

To the 7th hee saith, That in the moneth of January 1653. new style, and
for about 14. yeares before this deponent hath well knowne the arlate John
de Windt, who is a Merchant and Burgher of Cadiz, and is
married there, and saith That by the credible relation of the said
John de Windt and others at Cadiz this deponent: hath understood that
the arlate Domingo Centurione at the time of the Lading of the said
woolls was a Spaniard liveing at Madrid, and Councello:r to his Catholique
Majestie and his Principall ffactor or Agent for the sending of goods
wares and merchandizes from Spaine into fflanders for the supply of
his said Majesties occasions there, And saith both the persons arlate were
and are commonly accompted Subiects to the said King of Spaine.
And further cannot depose:-

To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition was and is true.

To the Crosse Interrogatories:-

To the first hee saith hee was master of and aboard the said shipp the
Morning Starr at the time of her said seizure, and had in that
quality belonged to the same for about five yeares last past, And came
first aboard her at Hamborough:-

To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depostitio

To the third hee saith, That for the reasons aforesaid hee knoweth that the
said John de Windt is ffactor to the said Domingo Centurione, and that
by his order the said woolls were sent aboard the said shipp by [?Barquiners]
with direction under the said de Windts hand for the reception of the
same aboard for the accompt predeposed. And further cannot depose.

To the fourth hee saith, That the said John de Windt hath lived in the
street by the Port of Sevill in Cadiz (sic) for all the time interrate
And is accompted a fflandrian Bourne, and the said Centurione a Spaniard
And otherwise cannot depose:-

To the 5th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depositin, and to the