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To the 15th hee saith that after the said Ninety fower Pipes of
wine, and other the goods before particularly named were [?soe GUTTER]
as aforesaid Laden aboard the said ship the Saint Laurance
for the account of the said Robbles, the said Liva sent
a Letter of Advise unto the said Robbles. that the said wine
and other goods aforesaid were laden aboard the said ship
for the Account of the said Robbles, and did send [XXX GUTTER]
in the said Letter the Bill of Lading before mentioned
which said Letter and bill of lading, were received by the
said Robbles. herein this Port, [XX XXX XXX XXXX XXX] And haveing nowe
perused the Letter annexed to the Allegation, hee saith that the
same was and is the said Letter which was soe sent from
the said Simon de herrera Ly[?va]. and received by the said
Robbles, which said Letter beginneth Sir Adrian Turin, and
endeth [XXX XXXX da Van XX simon da gherrera Liy[?va],
and saith that by the said fained name of Adrian Turin
mentioned and set downe in the said Letter, of Advise, hee
the said Robbles was and is really meant and intended
and nder the said fained name of Adrian Turin
the said Senor Robbles did and doth trade and Correspond
with the said Lei[?va], the better to secure his goods and
Merchandizes from seizure by the Spaniards This hee
deposeth for the reasons aforesaid, and further cannot depose

To the 17th. hee saith that the said wines and goods aforesaid
mentioned, were laden aboard the said ship the Saint Laurance
by the said Liva, and were provided and laden aboard the
said ship, by and with the Effects of the said Robbles which
were as aforesaid in the hands of the said Lyva and were
really and truely for the Account and risco of the said
Robbles, and that [?noe] person whatsoever besides the said Robbles
had at the time of the Lading and seizing of the said
wines and goods, any interest in the same. And further
deposeth not./.

To the 18th hee saith that the said ship the Saint Laurance in her
passage from the Canaryes to this Port of London, was [XXXX]
met with by a ffrigat in the service of this Comonwealth
and by her brought into Plymouth, and from thence
to this Port of London and further cannot answer./.

To the 19th. hee saith his foregoein deposition was and is

To the Interrogatoryes [CENTRE HEADING]