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To the nineth article of the said Allegation hee saith that upon the [?Lading GUTTER]
of the said Goods here in this Port aboard the said ship the said
Lau[?ence] to be sent to the Canaryes as aforesaid the said [XXX GUTTER]
to prevent the seizure and Confiscation of the said goods
in case the said ship should be met with and seized by
any of the ship[?s] in the service of the King of Spaine or his [XXX GUTTER]
did cause two severall bills of lading to be severally made and
to be severally signed by Peter Bennin[XXijsent] master of the said
ship, the one in the English Tongue and dated the 26th of
March 165[?8] (which was and is the true bill of Lading)
[?wherein] the goods are mentioned to be for the said Robles his
Account, as in truth the same were, and the other Bill of
Lading in the Dutch Tongue dated the sixth day of [?Aprill GUTTER]
1658. wherein the said goods are mentioned to be for
The Account of Sir Peter Lewes Van Lostack of Amsterdam
Merchant which in reallity and truth they were not, and
that the said Bill of lading in the said Dutch Tongue
was made of Purpose and onely Colourable to the
end, that if the said ship should meete with any Spanish
men or man of warr, and should be surprized or
visited by them the said Dutch Bill might be shewed
thereby to save and secure the said Goods from seizure and
Condemnation [XX XXX XXXX XXXX XXXXXX] goods of a subject of the Commonwealth

to be

of England, [XX XX XXXXX] as the same did
belong to the said Sir Peter Lewis Van Lostock of
[XXXXX], which said Lostack (of this deponents Knowledge [} GUTTER]
to [XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXXXXXX] hath bin a subject of the Lords the State of the United
Provinces for about Eight or Nine yeeres, last, and f[XXX GUTTER]
is at this present, The Prmisses hee deposeth for the reasons
aforesaid, and for that hee sawe the said Peter Benn[XXX GUTTER]
signe both the said bills of Lading, and further hee cannot

To the 10th hee saith that the said bills of Lading was soe signed
by the said Peter Nennu[XXXXXXXnt] Master of the said ship on
or about the day of the severall dates thereof (at the
Lodging of Mr John Caseby Merchant of London, and the
said Antonio Rodriguez Robles to the said [XXXX], and that
the said bill in the Dutch Language was and is f[XXX GUTTER]
and Colourable, and meerely used for Colour to save
the said goods from Surprizall and Condemnation as aforesaid
And further hee cannot depose./.

To the 11th hee saith the said Simon da herera
[XXXX] the factor and Agent of the said Antonio Rodriguez