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well remembreth that some dayes before the says shipps departure
from Cadiz he saw one Raphael da Luna who was the servant of the
acclate Manual Lowij Carnero carry on board the sayd shipp a good pcell
of Indian hides, which hee sayd were his masters, and he consigned
the same to William Claviel att Saint Mallo who does busines as a
factor for the sayd Carnero: And these hides of this deponents knowledge
who went a passenger in the S:t Vincent came safe to the sayd
Claviels hands, and hee as this deponent is well assured did here
sell the same and convert the proceed thereof in to Linnen Cloath
for accompt of the sayd Carnero: for hee saith that in the moneth
of September 1653 last past hee saw the sayd Claviel goe
on board the arlate shipp the Three Kings then lyeing att Saint Mallo
where the said John de Grace did then likewise remaine and saw him
?carry with him three bales of linnen marked as farr as
this deponent can now remember with an R. or some such like
marke, which three bales the sayd Claviel told this deponent then
standing upon the Strand and having goods to lade on board the
same shipp for Cadiz that he did lade for accompt of the
sayd Manuel Levij do Carndro by way of returne of his hides and did
consigne them to the saiyd Raphael de Luna whom this deponent well
knew to be the servant of the sayd Carnero, for which reasons
this deponent is as he saith well assured that the sayd Carnero att
the tyme of lading the sayd bales was and att present is the true
and lawfull owner of the same and XXXXXXX. And further
or otherwise not remembring att present that the sayd Claviel did lade
any Lemmons on board the S:t John de Grace for the like accompt he
saith he cannot depose

To the third article of the says allegation this deponent saith that after
the lading of the said goods the arlate shipps the Three Kings and
Saint John de Grace depted therewith from Saint Mallo and in their
Course with their ladings respectively for Cadiz were surprized
and taken by the XXXX frigat in the imediat service of this
Commonwealth, and the sayd bales of linnen predeposed came into
the possession of the Takers, which he deposeth XXXXXXX a
passenger in the Three Kings, in Company of which and other
shipps the Saint John de Grace sayled. And further cannot depose-

To the 4th article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that for
the reasons aforesaid he is well assured that att the tymes of lading
and seizure of the predeposed goods noe ffrenchman or dutch
man subiect of the Crowne of ffrance of States of the united
Provinces had or now hath any right or title to the sayd
goods or any part thereof. And further saving this foregoing
Depositions cannot depose

To the 5th article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the arlate
Manuel Lewis Carrero was and is a Spanish borne and a
subiect of the King of Spaine and lives in Cadiz and there