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24th Aprilis 1650./ [CENTRE HEADING]
Edward Boddy of the parish of Saint
Thomas Apostles London Merchant aged
22. yeares or thereabouts sworne the day above said
before the right worshipfull John Exton doctor of Lawes one
of the Judges of the high Court of Admiraltie and
examined upon Interrogatories as aforesaid saith by vertue
of his oath as followeth, videlicet.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee thisdeponent well knoweth Mr John ffowler Mr Marmaduke
Rawdon and Mr Joseph Lambell Merchants and all the rest
of the Merchants resident at the Canaries whose names
hee saith are subscribed to the letter directed from them to
theire Correspondents in England, and annexed to the Interrogato=
ries upon which hee is Examined. And saith that they the
said English Merchants were in or about the Moneth of
ffebruary last past seized apprehended and imprisoned
by Don Pedro Carilla da Gusman Cheife Comander and Generall