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To the 4th hee saith that while hee this deponent was aboard the
shipp Catherine the Masters Mate and some other the officers of the
sayd shipp did bring two men aboard her (but what they were
or their names hee knoweth not) which two men did take view
of two caske of the sayd oyle in question, and of noe more
soe farr as this deponent observed, but what certificate they
made thereupon hee knoweth not And further hee cannot answere./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/



The 15th of October 1658.

Examined upon an allegation given in on the behalfe of the said claimer

The claime of Parkin and)
company in the Two Brothers)
and the Lawrence)

Rp. 1

Augustin Costa of Genoa (but now dwelling at Santa Cruse) Merchant aged nineteene
yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first second and third articles of the said allegation hee
saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth the producent
ffrancis Pardini, and hath soe donne for the space of a yeare
last or thereabouts, and alsoe well knoweth the
arlate John Andrea Ayrardo, which John Andrea did as
hee saith about foure monethes since lade and cause to be laded
aboard the shipp the two brothers William [XXXXXX] master at Santa Cruse for
account of him selfe and the said ffrancis pardini twelve pipes
of Canarie wines, of the first marke in the margent, and
two of the second marke and one hundred and seventie peeces
of Campatch or log wood, which hee knoweth being present
and seeing the said lading and assisting in the same, hee being
as hee saith servant to the said Ayrardo, and that about a
moneth or six weekes next before, there were (as hee was credibly
informed) nine other pipes of Canarie wines marked with
the third marke in the margin laded at Oratavo for the said account aboard the
shipp the Saint Lawrence, and this deponent being servant as
aforesaid to the said Ayrardo, and using to write in the Count[ing]
house of the said Ayardo, at Santa Cruse did [XXX] entrie make
in his booke of the letter whereby hee ordered the lading for
the said nine pipes at Oratavo, and afterwards s[?awe]
the bill of lading for the same, and brought the said bill and
alsoe the bill for the said wines and Companye [?were] soe [?laded]
at Santa Crise along with him in the said shipp the Two
brothers, wherein hee was sent by his said master to come
to this port (to which the said shipps were bound with the
said goods) and soe to the deliverie thereof, and to the [?XXXX]
that should be made of the same, and saith that hee well