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To the 5th Interrogatorie hee saith as before hee hath deposed
that the sayd shipps cable was cut, and her first Anchor boy and boyeroape
lost while some of the hopes Outward Cardo was on board her,
And the second cable was lett slipp and it and the Anchor and boy
and boy roape lost when the sayd shipp had taken in a hundred pipes
of wyne and 1300 West India hydes part of her ladeing wherewith
shee was to goe for Bilboa And the third Cable was lett
slipp and it and that Anchor lost with the boy and boy roape when the
sayd shipp had taken in fifty pipes more of wyne and was ready
to goe therewith for Bilboa, all which wyne and hydes were
laden by order of the foresayd don Christovall da Alvarado
factor or Agent of the sayd ffernandez, and were carried to Bilboa
(which was the first POrte the hope went unto after her departure
from the Canaries) and there delivered to severall Marchants
according to order of the sayd da Alvarado, but their names
hee at present remembreth not And further saving his foregoeing
deposition hee cannot answere/

To the last videlicet the 6th Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively
videlicet that there were noe cables or Anchors cut away or lost
since the returne of the hope from Bilboa to the Canaries nor
since her takeing in her ladeing of Logwood there, all of them
being as aforesayd lost before her goeing from the Canaries
to Bilboa./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin



The 4th day of October 1658/

The clayme of Ninian Williamson etcetera/


Rp. 2us

James English of the parish of Saint Stephen in
Walbrooke London Merchant aged twenty one yeares
or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined saith
and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the allegation hee saith that hee being then and now
a servant of the arlate Ninian Williamson and imployed by him in his
Merchandizing affayres doth by letters of correspondence which hee hath
seene and read which passed betweene the sayd Williamson and one
William davidson his Agent or correspondent at Amsterdam and the sayd
davidsons letter in answer thereof, that the sayd Williamson did in the
moneth of October write to the sayd davidson to buy a certaine shipp then
lying neere Amsterdam called then the Lambe for Accompt of him the
sayd Williamson And the sayd davidson did accordingly buy the same for
the sayd Williamsons Accompt and the same moneth writt answere to the sayd
Williamson that hee had soe bought her for his the sayd Williamsons Accompt