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The fifteenth of August 1657

The claime of Augustin Rosetti of Genoa}
Merchant for his goods in the Morning Starr}
of Amsterdam. Claus Williams Master}
Suckley. Budd.}

Exámined upon the allegation
given in on the behalfe of the
said Rosetti.


Francisco Carvallo of Port
a Port in Portugall Marchant
aged 34 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and exámined.

To the first árticle hee saith hee well knoweth the producent
Augustin Rosetti and hath soe donne for theise eight yeeres
last past and hath had much conversation with him in the
Cánarie Islands and Cadiz in that space, And saith hee is commonly
reputed a Genovese, and native subiect of the State of Genoa
and that his father and mother are commonly said to be or to
have bin subiects of the same State. And farther that for
all the said time of this deponents knowledge of him the said
producent hath bin and is a Merchant of good qualitie and
repute, and in that space trader in Merchandize in the said
Islands and Cadiz in Spaine {MISSING "and"] in Genoa Commodities and other goods, of the sight
and knowledge of this deponent, who frequented the said places
and as aforesaid was conversant with the said producent there,
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second àrticle hee saith and deposeth that of this
exàminates sight and knowledge the said Augustin Rosetti was
for a monethes space or thereabouts at Santa Cruse in the
Iland of Teneriff before the lading the goods by him
claimed in this cause, acting and imploying himselfe
about his Merchandizing affaires, and saith that about the
moneth of March last, the said producent bought at Santa
Cruse aforesaid severall parcells and quantities of Indigo,
Sassaparilla, and tobacco, and paid for the same with plate
and other goods of this deponents sight and knowledge, who
was frequently present with him, and privie
to his trading there, and after such buying the said producent
was possessed thereof, and became owner of the same.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third àrticle hee saith that the said producent having
soe bought and paid for the said goods, hee is or about
the said moneth of March last by himselfe and such as soe
imployed laded them aboard the shipp the Morning Starr
aforesaid (as this deponent was informed and understood) then lyeing in the said port of Santa Cruse, amounting
in quantities as followeth to his best remembrance, videlicet