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for preservation thereof to put into Saint Sebastians, and there ariving, and
the said Lucie and companies factors there and at Bilbao having a notion
thereof given them, they the said factors there ordered soe much fish as laded two
barkes to be taken and [dischardged] out of her to lighten her (one Mr Watts who came
from Bilbao being the cheife orderer therein) and then the said shipp
sett saile and with the remainder of the said fish departed for Bilbao and
there safely arived, and there dischardged and delivered out to the
said Lucie and Companies factors all the said remainder of fish and
other goods taken in at New England as aforesaid, premissa deponit
ex propriys suis scientia ex [?XXsa], et reddit raconter ut supra. Et alr