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other authority untill after such time as the
said Mr ffernandez Mr Page and the rest of the Producents here [?in GUTTER]
this City had procured the said warrant, for a Convoy to bring [?her GUTTER]
from Milford to London, and saith the seizure of the
said ship and Lading was made in the Downes as shee w[?as GUTTER]
in her Course for London, under the Protection of the [??Convoy GUTTER]
and not before, which hee knoweth coming in the said ship
from Milford haven to the Downes, and thence to London
And further doth not depose./

To the 10th and 11th hee saith that at the time of the seizure
of the said ship hope, and Lading as aforesayd, all the said [XXX GUTTER
Chests of Indico, 22 Chests, two small barrells, and two small
Pottacks of Druggs, and the said 476 hydes, and the 1094 rooves of
Salsaperillia were all on board her, and came to the hands of
the seizors of the same, And saith that all the foresayd goods
were really, and truely bought and Provided for the use and
Account of the said Producents, and were (as aforesayd the [XXX GUTTER]
of the said outwards goods, and that noe Spaniards or [??Enemies GUTTER]
of this Comonwealth hath any Interest therein. Which hee deposeth
for the reasons aforesayd.

To the 12th hee saith that the said Gowen Painter John Page and
Andrew Dunkin were and are English men and Merchants of
this City, and subiects of this Comonwealth. And the said Mr [?ffernandez GUTTER]
hath of this deponents knowledge lived here theise fifteene yeeres
and is a subiect of this Comonwealth, And the said Mr Robles
hath lived here with his wife and family of this Deponents Knowledge theise six yeeres
and is Commonly Accompted a subiect of this Comonwealth [?as GUTTER]
this Deponent beleeveth him to be, And further cannot depose

To the 13th hee saith that the said John Tilly is Generally accounted
to be borne at Slego or [?J]alloway in Ireland or neere thereabouts, and [XXX GUTTER]
subiect of this Comonwealth, and Lives at Amsterdam as a Merchant
Stranger And further Cannot depose.

To the 14th hee saith the said Chanternell is accomted a Dutchman
borne, and a subiect of the States if the united Netherlands and
lives at Amsterdam with his wife and family there. And further
Cannot depose:/:

To the 15th hee saith that when the sayd ship the hope was the said
voyage in the Spanish West Indias the said John Lopez did [??give GUTTER]
out and declare that the ship and Lading did belong to him
which hee soe did meerely to procure trade there, and to [XXXX GUTTER]
the seizure and Confiscation of the said ship and Lading
for undoubtedly had the said ship and lading bin [?known GUTTER
to belong to Englishmen: she and all her Lading [XXXX GUTTER]
would have bin seized and made Prize of, But saith as aforesaid that
her foresaid Lading did really belong to the said Producents and [?? GUTTER]
other persons, or person whatsoever./.

To the 16th hee saith that since this Deponents comming to this City [XXX GUTTER]
a moneth since, hee hath frequented the Exchange London where [XXX GUTTER]
it hath bin and is a Common and Publique report amongst merchants that the [XXX GUTTER]
hope and her Lading did and doth belong to the Producents/.