To the 9th hee saith hee hath very lately … To the 9th hee saith hee hath very lately seene all the said<br />
Imployers that Live in London, but hath not seene the<br />
said Chanternell or Tilly since such his Departure from<br />
To the 10th hee Cannot Answer.:/:
To the 11th hee saith the said Robbles is reputed a Portuguese by birth,<br />
and otherwise hee cannot Answer./.
To the 12th hee saith the said John Tilly is reputed to have<br />
lived seaven or eight yeeres in Amsterdam, and of this<br />
Deponents knowledge hee was living with his wife and<br />
family there when this Deponent soe proceeded thense<br />
and otherwise hee cannot Answer../.
To the 13th Negatively for his Part and otherwise hee cannot<br />
Answer: but beleeveth none of them tooke any such oath<br />
as is Interrate./.
To the 14th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition<br />
and otherwise negatively touching the [?time] by him<br />
deposed to the 16th Article Interrogated./:
To the 15th hee cannot Answer./:
To the 16th negatively for his part and otherwise referreth<br />
himselfe to his foregoeing deposition../.
To the last hee Answereth that the schedule Interrogated<br />
is written in the Spanish Language, And saith that the<br />
said John Lopez did not then speake of any Goods in<br />
the said ship belonging to himselfe, nor what hee was<br />
to have for his service in the said voyage, And otherwise<br />
hee cannot Answer/.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Peter Aylward [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 16th of Aprill 1650:
Otto Tompson and Guiadier:}<br />
in the ''Hope''}
Examined on the said Allegation./
'''Peter Ayleward''' of the parish of Saint Catherin<br />
Creechurch London Merchant aged 40 yeeres<br />
or thereabouts, sworne and Examined./.
To the first Article of the said Allegation hee saith that in<br />
the moneth of September 1657: the Arlate Jacomo Otto<br />
did goe out in the arlate ship the ''Hope'' from Amsterdam<br />
to the Spanish West Indias, and Caried out with him<br />
in the said ship the said voyage for his owne Accomt<br />
in Linnen, knives, and some stuffs, to a Considerable vallue<br />
And the said William alias Jacob Thompson in the moneth<br />
of September 1657: did goe out in the said ship the said voyage<br />
Carpenter of her, and Carried out with him in the said shipp the<br />
said voyage for his owne Account about Eight hundred<br />
weightunt about Eight hundred<br />