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To the last hee saith hee Cannot Estimate the
dammage which happened to, and came to the said
Ship after her sitting on the said Anchor. And
further cannot Answer./


James Mixson: [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 22th of Aprill 1659:/.

The Claime of Alfonso Gomez Dias)
for Goods in the Mornîng Starr)
Claes Willemson Master)

Budd, ffrancklin)

Examined upon an Allegation given in
by Mr ffrancklin on behalfe of
the said Alfonso Gomez Dias:



Claes Willems of Middleborough
Mariner, late Master of the ship the Morning
Starr aged 38 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/:-

To the 1st article of the said Allegation hee cannot depose saving what followeth/.

To the second article of the said Allegation hee saith that in
the moneth of March 1657: one John Lonsell who then was
(as hee told this Deponent.) the ffactor and Agent of the arlate
Alfonso Gomez Dias did lade and put on board the said
Ship the Morning Starr, (shee then lying in the Road of Santa Cruze [?in XXXX GUTTER]
ffoure and fifty Ca?ra?ca hydes, marked with the first marke
[MARK IN THE LH MARGIN] in the margent and alsoe one Chest of Tortoyse shells marked
[MARK IN THE LH MARGIN] the second marke in the margent, which were soe laden on
board the said ship the Morning Starr upon and for the Sole and
Propper Account of the said Alfonso Gomez Dias, Merchant of
Amsterdam, as this Deponent verily beleeveth, and soe the said
LonXXX at the time of the Lading thereof Affirmed them
to bee, All which said goods were to be Transported in the said Ship
Morning Starr from Santa Cruze aforesaid to Amsterdam, and there
to be Delivered to the said Alfonso Gomez dyas or his order, the
premisses hee deposeth being Master of the said Ship; And further
cannot depose/

To the 3d article of the said Allegation hee saith that upon or presently after
the said ffour and ffifty Ca[?ra?cca] hydes, and the said Chest of
Tortoise shells were laden on board the sd Ship the Morning Starr
as aforesaid, and before the said Ship departed with the same from the
said Road of Santa Cruze hee this Deponent (who was Master of the said
Ship did with his owne hands really and truely signe, three bills of lading all of one
Tenor for the foresaid ffour and ffifty Ca?ra?cca hydes and the said Chest of
Tortoise Shells; And further hee doth not depose./.

To the 4th Article; and the Dutch Schedule or Bill of Lading annexed
showen to, and dilligently perused by him this Deponent, hee saith
deposeth that the said schedule or Bill of Lading annexed to the
Allegation was and is, one of the said 3 Bills which this Deponent soe signed
for the said goods. as aforesaid. and was soe signed by this Deponent
on or neere about the day of the Date thereof:/.