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hee thereby experimentally knoweth that it is a usuall and frequent
thing amongst Merchants and their correspondents to transferr and
assigne over to each other either goods shippes debts or bills of exchange
in satisfaction of such debts as they owe one to an other, and hee this
deponent within the sayd tyme hath often made such transfferanses and
Assignements to Correspondents of his and bin discharged by them
of debts hee ought them and hath discharged others of debts owing
to him upon the like transferrances and assignements and saith that
unlesse such transferranses and assignements should bee allowed as goods
Merchants could not trade one with an other especially in Spaine
And further hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith hee well knoweth the arlate Christopher Boone and that
hee is an Inhabitant of London and a subiect of this Commonwealth
And verily beleeveth the sayd Boone by reason of the sayd Transferense
and his acceptance thereof is the real and sole Owner and Proprietor of all
the silver and Catcheneale arlate and cannot revert upon the sayd
Goldsmith or receave any satisfaction from him or his Agents for the
same, and well knoweth the sayd Boone had by his Agents made full
satisfaction to the sayd Goldsmith and his Agents for the sayd silver and Cutcheneale
before the same was by the sayd Transferense assigned unto him
for that hee knoweth the same was Transferred by the sayd Goldsmith
in lue of the sayd debt of Two hundred thousand Ryalls due by the
sayd Goldsmith to the sayd Boone And further hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was no relation to the producent Boone
nor to Adrian Goldsmith Interrogate, saving hee was formerly booke
keeper to Anthony Upton and Company the sayd Boones Correspondent at
Civill in Spaine, nor is any way interressed in the clayme Interrogate and
cometh to bee a wittness at the entreaty of the sayd Boone and saith it will
bee noe benefit to him if the goods in question be restored And further
cannot answere/

To the 2 hee saith hee was not present at the makeing up of the Accompt betwixt
Boone and Goldsmith, neither was the sayd Boone nor Goldsmith present thereat
them selves but the same was done by their Agents videlicet by the sayd Upton on
behalfe of the sayd Boone and Antonio de Leon and ffrancisco Panninck Agents
of the sayd Goldsmith on behalfe of the sayd Goldsmith, which Accompt after
it was by them agreed upon was by this deponent entered into sayd Uptons
booke of Accompts and further hee cannot answere/

To the last hee saith hee was not present at the passing of the Transferense
Interrogate but for the reasons in his foregoeing deposition expressed verily
beleeveth and is perswaded in his conscience that the sayd Transferense was
reall and not colourable And further cannot answere/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin./

francis Thoris [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]