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entered into the Custrome house there by the officeres [?]
and accordingly aftere[?} [?} are and have bin paid for the [?] the
said goods are thireupon allowed as a Comodity to bee freely bought
and sold thiere, And lastly hee deposeth that if in case any doubt
or scumple[?] doeth att any tyme arise [?} the same the Judge
of the Contrabanda there doeth appoint inform officeres & minister
to [?} such goods and to make a report of theire nature and
quality upon oath which doue the same [?} forthwith allowed
as good. The [?} he diposeth had this diponent [?]
haveing[?} sent over goods from heure hee did send a certificate as
aforesaud & had the same approved on as mentioned and did
adverse[?} tymes which his abode[?] there recaud[?} goods from hours configured[?}
unto him and here by knowinth[?} the same to bee tride[?} And farther
to these interrogatories hee cannot diposeth

To the 4th. Interrogatorie hee saith and diposeth the the
[?} usually sent from heure to the CAnaries is [?} such and
the same as are bought of the East India Companies and are
here [?] dyed, and saith they are and have bin comonlye
accompted Lawfull and not contrabanda goods
and doe not as hee beleveth come or are brought from and place
in or under the Power or dominion of the King of Portugal,
And otherwise he cannot dipose.

To the 5th Interrogatorie hee saith and diposeth that hee this
Deponent dureing the tyme of his [?} as aforesaid in the
Canaryes hath shipped and despatched shoure severalle considi-
-rable parcells of Indis[?} sugars, and Logwood, and other West India
Goods upon the [?] first obtained by him of the generall or
his ministars[?] there soo then purpose in authority appointed for the
tyme being. And saith that after the Customes paid for the
same it is and hath bin Lawful for this deponent or any other
Merchant here to transport the same whether they please
And further hee diposeth not

To the 6th hee saith and deposeth that of his certaine
knowledge the certificate Carried or sent heure as foresaid
to the Canaries Doe[?] Usuallie remaine in the Custadie and
are kept by the officers of the Contraband there and are
not to be soone to come at when the English Mirchante please[?]
And saith that hee hath bin credibly informed and believeth
that the said Ginirall don Pedro De Carillo Gusman doeth
proceed very [?] and [?} against the said
Merchants [?] that thee doeth verily believe noe
Counsell[?} dare undertake to say or doe ought on theire behalth
And further hee cannot deposde

To the last interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the
letter hereonto annexed and now found unto him[?} and
pursue[?} by him att the tyme of his Examination is as soo is
most confidently assured subscribed by and with the proper
hands of the siverall Englishe merchantes here[?} Resident att