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and inserted in the said producents booke of accompt upon the Credit of the
said ffactors And saw the letter, and perused it, wherein the said Bills of
lading were sent over by the Packett from Antwerp to a Merchant in Southampton
to reclayme the said silver and goods in the producents behalfe. And saith that
by the said producents usuall marke predeposed, and by the firme of the said
bills of lading, which this deponent hath often formerly seene and observed, and
by reason of ggoods and letters of advice which this deponent hath perused and knowne
to be sent to his said factors with order to make him returnes thereof, this deponent
is fully and firmely assured in Conscience of the trueth and reality of the
said Originall bills of ladeing now shewne him, and of the trueth of all and
singular the premisses by him in this Cause predeposed And otherwise cannot
To the Crosse Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the second and 3d hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate John Smeesters living in
the broadstreet in Antwerp with his family for 6. yeares last past or thereabouts
Gerard Ryper for about 4 yeares living at Cadiz, and Michell Perry [?XXX]
also for about the same time, by Correspondency onely, and saith the said Ryper and
Perry are factors to the producent, but not hee to them./
To the 4:th hee saith the interrate John Smeesters is commonly accompted an Antwerper
Gerrard Ryper an Antwerper and Michael Perry a fflandrian./.