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and bill for the said nine chests, and shortly after the said Ba[XX] sent
over in a letter from Amsterdam to this deponent the attestation or examination
of the interrogated Man[?u]el Lopez Aug[XXXtio] captaine of the said Portugall shipp
[XXX the said XXXXXX] which this deponent alsoe produced and caused to be exhibited into this Court,
being the attestation interrogated: And saith that hee this deponent hath [?received]
severall letters from his said brother advising him that hee had 20 chests of
sugars laden in the said shipp for his accompt, and desiring him to
doe his best endeavour for the recovery thereof by claiming of the same
advising him withall, that they pr[?ovided] of certaine goods sent
by the said Man[?nel] [?lopez] Aug[?uito] to [?Angola] and consigned to him the
said Auguisio for the said John Bushells accompt, or to the very same
effect, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that hee doth not knowe of any share that hee this
examinate hath in the sugars interrogated, and saith the said John Bushell hath
advised this examinate that the said 2[?9][?caske] of sugars were for his owne
proper accompt, and hee conceiveth that the [XXXXXing] of mentioning him and
company in the bill of lading is, that in case of his absence such person
or persons as [XXXX] shall [?leave] to manage his busines and recover in his
adventures, may receive the same for him, and hee doth not beleeve that
any Portuguese or any subiect of the kinge of Portugall hath any interest
at all in the said twenty chests of sugars, but that they all really
belonge to his said brother./..
To the second hee saith that the said [XXXX] alsoe advised this deponent
that when the said Captaine had acknowledged the having the said chests
of sugar aboard, and hee the said Barr asking him if hee had any bill of
lading from the [XXXX], the said Captaine answered him that hee had a
bill of lading for the same and would bring it unto him, which hee saith
hee did accordingly, and this deponent verily beleeveth the said bill
to be reall and firm, and to be signed by the said Captaine, who was
not only master of the shipp, but alsoe the merchant imployed by
the said John Bushell in the buying and lading of the said sugars.
And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition hee cannot answ[?a]r or depose.
To the third and fourth hee saith that hee received noe Invoyce or factori[?a] for the
said [XXXX] of sugars, and otherwise hee cannot depose saving his
To the fifth hee saith that [XXX] only English men residinge in Portugall
but the people of any other nation there dwelling may ffreely trade
in Brazilia and this deponent when hee lived at Lisbone
did himselfe trade to Brazila, and since hee hath continually
traded there for theise seaven or eight yeares by his factors, Amd
otherwise hee cannot depose, saving as a foresaid.
Repeated before doctor Clarke etcetera/
Ed. Bushell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
4. September 1651
da[?dd] against Al[?XXlay]}
Examined upon the said Interrogatories on the behalfe of the
Rp. X. 4.
Robert Grinn of Greenwich in the County of Kent Marriner
aged 48 yeares or thereabouts sworne and Examined deposeth
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth the ship the
Adventure interrogated of which the producent Paule dad was Master And saith
that the said dad in the yeare 1641 bought the said ship at Dunquirke of
some dunquerkers [?who] before that had taken her as prize from and after which tyme
hee was comonly and henerally accompted the true and lawfull owner thereof
And saith that in or about the moneth of October in the said yeare 16[?4]1
the said dad brought the said ship from dunquirke into Plymouth where the said