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24th Aprilis 1650 [CENTRE HEADING]

Rodrigues Arias et Fernandez}
con Clause Peters}

Super lile in hac causa ex parte dcorm Roderigues
Arias et ffernandez dat examinat


Johannes Bellamy parochia omniumn sanctorum Barkeing
London Civis et wine cooper [?eiuse] Civitatis aetatis 26
annorum aut eo circiter testis productis et
iuratus deponit ut sequitur.

Ad decimum arlum dicti libelli super quo solumo examinatur
ex directione producen deponit et dicit that hee this deponent
ebing a Wine Cooper by profession was imployed by Mr
Fernandez one of the producents in this cause in the looking
after and takeing care of such wines belonging to
him and Don Rodriguez Arias which were brought home
from the Canaries in the shippe the White Tower arlate
(whereof the arlate Claus Peeters was Master) about two
moneths since, And saith that hee this deponent with
his Contests Thomas Clerke and Christopher Veazey
did find much of the said Wines imbeazzzeleed and
Drawne out to the quantitie of 6 or 7 Tonnes
of Wines or thereabouts and found therein lesse then ordinarily they
have want to have in other ships bringing home the
like number of Tonnes every Tonne of which wines
this deponent saith was worth 38 li sterling and for
soe much the same was to his knowledge afterwards
sould. Et ulter ins deponit that the said Claus Peeters
did his Mate (at such tyme as this deponent and
his said Contests came to fetch away the said Wines
from aboard the said ship the White Tower) did detaine
and withould one Pipe of the wines belonging to the said
Mr Fernandez and which was Marked with the same mark
as ll or most of the others were which did belonge to him and the
said don Rodrigues as aforesaid, and likewise one
Chest of Sugar as is arlate, which this deponent
demanded of the said Mate, but hee saith hee refused
to deliver the same. The said pipe of wine being
well worth 19 li sterling. Premissa deponit hee this
deponent being as aforesaid imployed about the looking
after the said wines and Caske, and findeing
the same to bee imbeazelled as aforesaid and worse
conditioned then usually they are or have bin brought home