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sett forth and whereunto he referreth him selfe. And further cannot

To the second Interrogatorie he saieth, That he this examinate is fully
convinced in Conscience, that no Spaniard or Spaniards have any
interest or concernment in the said goods for that he this deponent did
in his said shipp carry diverse goods wares and merchandises from
this Port of London to Oratava aforesaid for and upon the accompt
of thes said John Caseby Antonio Rodrigues Robles and others
Claymers in the said Allegation severally mentioned, which goods he there
delivered to their severall factors and Agents, and in retourne there
received and brought to this Port the severall goods in the said bills of lading
mentioned for the severall accompts of the said respective Claymers
And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose/:-

To the third and fowerth he saieth, That he this rendent did
actually signe and firme all and every of the bills of lading
aforesaid, and is thereby well assured , That the said severall [?bills]
as to the severall sorts and grosse quantities of goods therein mentioned
were not nor are fictitious or colourable, And further cannot

To the fifth he saieth, That the said bills of ladeing were signed
by this deponent at the respective requests and [?in]stances of the
severall laders thereon mentioned, but remembreth not who was
present at the respective subscriptions thereunto, saving this deponent
and the said Laders respectively, as their severall occasions ser[?ved]

To the sixth Interrogatorie he saieth, That he referreth
himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and further knoweth not nor can depose
to this Interrogatorie/

Pieter ninn[?ewysent] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day Examined upon the said Allegation and
schedules thereunto annexed./


Lawrence Reynerson of hoorn in holland
Mariner and Steresman of the said shipp the Saint
Lawrence aged 30. yeares or thereabouts, a wittnesse
produced and sworne as aforesaid saieth as followeth,
to witt,

That the nyne severall schedules or bills of lading to the said Allegation annexed
being produced and showne to this examinate and by him severally and
distinctly observed he saieth that they and every of them were and are bills of lading really and truely
subscribed by Peter Binnewysent this deponents precontest and Master
of the said shipp the Saint Lawrence as this deponent verily and
in conscience beleeveth, and being induced so to beleeve by vertue
of his familiar acquaintance with the said Master, and frequent