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the arlate William Croxon ffactor or Supra Cargoe of her
for the said voyage; which he knoweth for that this Deponent
being (as aforesaid) the Producents book-keeper, hath
nowe in his Custody the originall security by bond given by the said
William Croxton to the producents to the end that he should well and
truly observe and keepe their orders and directions from
time to time, and also give them a true account of such
his Imployment under them. And further sayth that the said
Kingsman and Croxton are both Englishmen and subjects
of the King of England, and for and as such they were and
are generally accounted reputed and taken./

Ad 4um dicit that after the said ships arrivall at Lisbone the
said William Croxon did there unlade and take out severall of the
goods carried hence in her and disposed of the same for the
said Mr Bretton Mr Delboe and Companies account, and for
and upon their account tooke in severall other goods there
as Linnen cloth, oyle, fish, flower and other commodities,
which together with the rest of the outwards Cargoe undisposed of were to be carried in the said ship thence to Brazeele and
there to be bartered away for sugars, hides Tobaccoes and
Brazeele wood for the account aforesaid. The premisses he deposeth
for that this deponent hath in his custody severall letters and
accounts of the hand writing of the said Croxton which were
sent thence by him to the producents hhere, Et alr nescit./.

Ad 5um dicit that this deponent hath been informed by letters
from the said William Croxon that he had at Lisbone
procured License and given in security thereupon to the effect arlate
which letters he very well knoweth to be the said Croxtons
owne hand writing. Et alr nescit deponere, saving he sayth
he hath also been advised by letters from Mr Abraham
Jacobs (who is the producents ffactor at Lisbone) that he the said
Mr Jacobs became bound for the ends and to the effect
arlate; and thereupon at his request, and by the producents
order and in their name, this deponent writ and sent the said
Mr Jacobs a letter to save him harmlesse therein./

Ad 6um et 7um Arles deponit et dicit that after such license obtained
and security given as aforesaid, and the ship fully laden at Lisbone
by the said Croxton, she departed with the same bound for
Bahia Todos llos [?hainclos] in the Brazeele, and sayth that
by the Accompts sent from Lisbone by the said Croxton which
this Deponent hath perused, and hath them now in his custody it
doth appeare that the said Cargoe at the ships departure from
Lisbone did amount unto (togeather with the charges of
procuring the said License and other incident charges)
the summe of thirteene thousand Mill Rees