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To the 33th hee saith that in case this deponent had not [?soe] at the Canaries
in the shipps said retourne [?met] with the said order of Philip van hulten
soe sent to the said [?Guyskens]. hee and the said master had come directly with
the said shipp and ladeing to Amsterdam and had not come into [Spaines XXXX]
perills of the seas excepted, and in case they had [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX GUTTER]
thirteene thousand eight hundred ninetie seaven hides and the said seaven
hundred threescore and twelve peeces of Brazilwood thither [?for] the said
Philip van hulten and the rest of the said claimers for their account, for
such was their meaning as hee saith, the said perills and foresaid interruptions

To the 34th hee saith that all the said hides, Tobacco, Cacoa, brazilwood
and ginger aforesaid and mentioned in the said bills of lading were really
and truely provided and bought for the proper use and account of the
said producents the claimers in this [XXXX] and were the proceed[?e] of their
said outwards cargo. And were really and truely laded aboard for their
account, and that they and noe other did and doe run the hazard thereof
and that noe Spaniard or other in enmitie with this Commonwealth
had or hath any interest therein, all which hee knoweth for the reasons

To the 35th hee saith that in case the said shipp the Saint Mary and lading had
[?appertained] to Spaniards or subiects of the king of Spaine, and had bin
thither intended for their account, this deponent and the said master being
soe neere Cadiz could and would have gonne with her in thither, or
being in the Roade of Gibraltar, could have ridd under the command
of the Castle there and soe have avoided all danger of surprize by the
English, if they had had any cause of [?danger] thereof, and have avoided
the said seizure by the ffairfax.

To the 36th hee saith that the said shipp the Saint Mary was and is a dutch
[?botome], and of his sight built at Amsterdam, and did at the time
of her said proceeding and doth belong to Amsterdamers and two or three
of hambrowe all friends of this Commonwealth, which hee
well knoweth for that hee was privie to her freighting, and knoweth
most of the said owners.

To the 37th hee saith that this deponent was and is a native of
hamborow and there and at Amsterdam hee hath lived most
of his time, of which hee hath lived eight or nine yeares at Amsterdam
[?next] before his said proceeding on the said voyage.

To the 38th hee saith hee hath knowne the arlate John van lynen about
fifteene yeeres last, and saith hee is a native of the Jurisdiction of
hamborow where this deponent knew his father and mother, and
hath lived with his wife and famili[?a] at Amsterdam about foure
yeeres last of this deponents knowledge saving when hee hath bin ab[?road]
at sea, And further saving as aforesaid hee cannot depose;

To the 39th hee saith hee hath knowne the arlate John Mexia da Herera
to have dwellt about foure yeeres last in Amsterdam, of which citi[?a] hee is
a free man, this deponent having seene the brief of such his freedome,
and hath not of this deponents knowledge any part or share in the said
goods or shipp heere in question, but was to have a salari[?a OR ?e] for his
said voyage and endeavour therein of and from the said producents, as was
accorded betweene them before his departure from Amsterdam on that
said voyage, and such his going was only to assist this deponent and
to procure the said traffique in the West Indi[?a]s, and for the furtherance
thereof the said Spaniards were alsoe taken in at the Canaries, and
all we[?re] on noe other than the account of the said producents and
to advantage the said designe at the said producents behalfe and noe Spanish all which
hee knoweth for the reasons aforesaid, and for that the said herera severall times
in the voyage complained that seeing hee was to have noe interest in the traffique
his salari[?a OR ?e] was too small.