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contrary[?] but that such Englysh Merchent as one Rissou[?]
att the Canaries [?] never used to expect and hydes[?]
Logwood or other West India goods from [?] without an
order or [?] first obtained[?] for that purpose of the
Governer the Judge of East[?] India or[?] some other for this time
being in [?] there, which[?] being done and the Custome
paid for the same this deponent of his certaine[?] knowledge
[?] that for all the tyme aforesaid it hath bin
Usuall for English mirrchants to transport the
said goods to any country in friendship
with the King of Spaine, and for which they were obliged to retain[?]
the certificate[?] thereof [?] of [?] of double the
vallue of such goods within[?] a convenient tyme. And further
cannot depose.

To the 6th interogatorie[?] hee saith and deposith that the
[?] soe sent and carryed from porte[?] as aforesaid
have and doe[?] allways remaine in which [?] of the
[?] of the Contraband in the said Island of the Canaries
and are soe detayned and kept from the Englishe Merrchants that
they cannot of this deponente certaine knowledge come at them
or [?] them when they would. [?]
that hee saith that when they [?] [?] put into the said officers that[?]
they cannot bee taken from there and [?] or otherwise
made use of but doe containe there for give discharge[?] [?]
further hee depoosith that by a letter which hee heath seene from
a [?] at the Canaries hee[?] is advised and doth verify belong[?]
that the said Don Pedro Canillo de Jusman[?] doth proceed with
[?] [?] and [?] against the said Englishe Merchants there
that he will not suffer therein he have any [?] proceedings
or allogations[?] them [?] to[?] plead for or defend themselves. but
hath allready [?] up one [?] [?] for acting on theire[?]
behalf and sett a fine upon his head for soe doing [?]
hee was constrained[?] the pay before hee could be released. And
further cannot depose.

the [?] hee deposith that the letter hereonto annexed
and now showed[?] unto him and [?] by him as hee
is most confidently [?} and beleeveth in his [?] with[?]
and is [?] by and which the proper hands of the [?]
[?} Merchents [?] in the Canaries and which [?]
as aforesaid and by then was sent over from there to there
corrispondents to [?] and [?] present [?] might bee heere
understood; the contents thereof hee saith hae believeth were and are[?]
true and/ soo had and [?] as therein is [?]. Which[?] hee is the each[?]
[?] to [?] two of his deponents. Corrispondents here and [?]
hereto [?] [?] knoweth [?] [?] [?] said writing. And furthr hee cannot

John Paige