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the Canaries, and soe sent from there to theire Corrispondent[?]
doeth know; the contents [?] [?] this deponent believeth
in this [?] more and [?} [?] soe had and done as there[?]
is [?] which[?] [?} is the water as soe saith [?} to bee [?]
[?] hee this deponent not long since recieved a letter from
the same effect & purpose. And otherwise than
as aforesaid hee cannot dipose.

Simon[?] Pouse[?}

24 Aprilis 1650

Sup [?} pred examinate

John Paige of the parishe[?} of St. Maria
[?] London. Merchant aged 23 years
or thereabouts sworne the day aboutsaid[?} before
he right woole[?} [?} [?} Dia[?} of Larose and
examined as aforesaid saith by vertue
of his oath as followeth

To the first Interrogatories hee saith and deposith that
hee this deponent doeth very well knowe Mr Josh[?} ffowler[?]
Mr Marmaduke Rawdon and Mr Joseph Lamrill[?] and all
other the English merchants Resident at the Canaries And
saith that by letters of Advice from his Corrispondents in
the said Islands hee doeth know and is advertised[?} that
all or most of the said English mirchants here risiding were in or
about the moneths of January or ffebruary last past
seised upon some apprehended and imprisoned[?] by Don Pedro
Carillo de Gusman [?] [?] and Comander of and
the said Islands under the King of Spaine [?] accompt[?} upon his
[?] of theire bringing in of Contrabanda goods
thither and exporting of goods and sugars and
other West India goods from there
as this deponent contrary[?} by the[?} [?} means and
vigourous proceedings to [?} them to some [?}
and to part with some great goods of money
And further to this Interrie hee cannot dipose

To the second and third Interrogatories he saith
and deposeth that hee this deponent hath known
the Island of the Canarys by the space of [?}
[?} upon or thereabouts And [?} in the same [?}
the space of 6 years and upwards during
all which this deponent hath known that the[?}