HCA 13/73 f.401r Annotate
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helped him to pack the same up, and to his remem
=brance they were packed and made up in two
Great Trunks and one Bale; and to his best
remembrance the said goods cost betweene two
and three hundred pounds, And saith the same
were to be Transported to the Canaryes. upon the
Account of the said prescot; and the said
prescot affirmed to this Deponent that the said Goods
were Consigned to Don Michel de ffranches. and
Michael Gonsales. And further cannot depose./.
To the 4th hee saith that the said ship the
Saint Laurence set sail from hence with the said
Goods in her, and safely arrived at the Canaryes
as this Deponent hath bin Credibly Informed and
verily beleeveth /. and the said goods were
there delivered according to their Consignements
(as this Deponent hath bin Likewise Informed.).
And having nowe seene and diligently perused
the first Letter of schedule annexed hee saith and Deposeth
that hee being well acquainted with the handwriting
of the said Bartholomew DeLion , hee is fully
perswaded in his Conscience that the said Letter
is wholly written and subscribed by and with the
proper handwriting of the said DeLion to which said
Letter this Deponent
And further cannot depose. saving that the said
Michael Gonsales, is Comonly called Michael
Roderigues and sometimes Michael Gonsales Guerra../.
To the 5th hee cannot depose ./.
To the 6th hee Saith that he well Knoweth that the
said Don Michael de ffrănches and Michael Gonsales
are both ffactors of and for the said Prescot, and saith that
hee this deponent being at Oratava in or about
December last, hee had speech with the said Gonsales
about the foure pipes of wine in Question marked
as in the margent, And the said Gonsales did then and
there seriously acknowledge and affirme that the
same were Laden onboard the ship Saint Laurence
for account of the said prescot, and they were part
of the returnes of goods sent to him in the said ship. and
alsoe acknowledged that hee had more goods in his
hands belonging to the said prescot; And said they
went in his name, because a Dunkirke man of warr
lay without the harbor or to that effect. And saith that hee