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To the Crosse Interrogatories
To the .1. he saith he comes to be a witnes att the request of Daniel Arthur and saith
he knoweth the Producents. and hath knowne Patrick Browne aforesaid from a Child
and Nicholas Geraldin .3 yeares. And otherwise negatively
To the 2. he saith he is an Irishman borne, and for his Religion is not bound to declare
it as he beleiveth, and saith he is a merchant factor not having any sett and
fixed dwelling. and saith from the yeare 1642. to 1646. he lived in fflanders
and from 1646. to the beginning of 1652. in Holland and Zealand. and from
Aprill 1652. to July 1653 in Spaine, and came from thence in July last and arrived
there in the same month and ever sithence hath bene resident in this Citty and
otherwise he cannot depose.
To the .3d. he saith he cannot depose otherwise touching the habitation or condition
of the producents than he hath deposed, saving that teh sayd Browne hath lived
in Galloway all his tyme
To the .4.th negatively to every part thereof.
To the .5. and 6. he saith the bills of lading were signed a shoare att Bilbo
and he knoweth the bills now shewne him to be two of the originall bills
for the same by the markes formes and contents thereof. and otherwise
being not aboard att the lading of the moneyes in question, saving his
foregoeing depositions to which he referreth himselfe he knoweth not to
To the 7. he saith he came along in the sayd shipp and had aboard for his
owne Accompt .1000 peices of 8/8 and 75 peices of 8/8. and gold to the value of
147½ peices of 8/8. and 36½ peices of 8/8 more. and one bag of amber greese
of the value of 212½ peices of 8/8. and 311 kintalls of Iron spanish weight
and otherwise negatively
To the 8. he cannot depose otherwise than he hath deposed.
To the 9. he saith he hath lived in Holland and Zealand as he hath above
declared, and hath noe howse there. but hath an Inheritance as hayre apparent
to his father in Galloway. and saith he had noe intent att the tyme of
seizure of the shipp Peter aforesayd to goe into Holland or any of the
united Provinces neyther now hath any such purpose.
To the .10. he saith he doth not know nor hath heard that the sayd producents
did ever use to colour other mens goods in their names. and otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the .11.th he saith that he did about 2. dayes after the Saint Peter came to
ffoy deliver to Captaine Mills in this Rendents owne Lodging in ffoy
severall bills of lading and papers. and otherwise negatively.
To the .12.th he saith he saw the letters predeposed and now interrogated n the hands of ffrancis
Bodkins and David England att Bilbo about the latter end of
June 1653. last past. And beleiveth the contents thereof were and
are true. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 13. he saith he never saw any goods sent from the producents or by
them to the interrate England or ffrancis Bodkin or eyther
of them, saving a quantity ofhides in the hands of ffrancis Bodkin sent
to him as himselfe sayd about Aprill last from the sayd Browne.