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and saith they were not by any ffrench supplied with money for their chardges
nor are any ffrench to beare the chardge of their voyage, nor to have
any proffit at all in what they claime or shall recover, And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith the said producents went from the said place where
they were landed to Trapany, thence the said Sefer Saran[?kan] went in a boate to Palermo and thence in one of
the duke of fflorence his gallies to ligorne and thither the said Jacomo
went from Trapany in a Spanish barke and they all met at ligorne
of this deponents knowledge, going alsoe in the said Gallie, And
saith they came from Ligorne in a boate to Marseilla, and thence
by land to Callice, and thence in a boate to dover. but whether it was
ffrench or English hee knoweth not, And otherwise hee cannot answer.





The 13th of September 1651

Examined upon the allegation given in
on the behalfe of the said claimers

The claime of Coja Jacomo and Cogia)
kamar Armenian Merchants for their goods)
in the shipp the Saint Martin whereof)
Michael Andri[?s] was Captaine)


Hojah Sefer of Spaham in Persia
Marchant, aged 46 yeares
or thereabouts, sworne and examined

To the first abd second articles of the said allegation and to the bills of lading or
schedules annexed showed unto him at the time of his examination hee
saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth the parties producent and
and (sic) that within the time arlate and before and at the time of the lading
of the goods mentioned in the said schedules, the said producents were and
at present are the true and lawfull owners and proprietors of the said
goods and for such commonly accompted and reputed, videlicet the said Coja
Jacomo owner of those mentioned int the first of the said schedules and
the said [XXXXX] karmar of those mentioned in the second, and saith
that within the said time videlicet about six monethes since (the time
more preceisely hee remembreth not) that the said producents in the Port
of Smyrna did lade all and singular the said goods and merchandizes in the
same respective schedules mentioned abord the ship the Saint Martyn for theire owne
propper use and accomompts to bee transported from thence in the said ship
to Leghorne where the same was to bee delivered unto theire Agents
or Assignes for their behoofes and accompts All which hee knoweth to bee true because hee
this deponent was present at and went with the said Kamar to Gyla?m in Persia
where and when hee bought the said goods mentioned in the second schedule and
soe returned with him from Gylam to Smirna againe and there sawe the same, [?being GUTTER]
laden abord the Saint Martyn to bee transported from thence to Leghorne and did
allsoe see the said Cogia Jacomo lade the said goods mentioned in the said first schedule
at Smyrna and did with the said parties producent after the lading of the said
goods come along with them on the said ship the Saint Martyn for Leghorne
And further hee cannot depose.

To the third article of the said Allegation and to the said two schedules annexed
hee saith and deposeth That the said schedules were and are the very [XXX GUTTER]
and originall bills of Lading for the said respective goods therein conteynes
and the same were and are subscribed by and with the propper handwriting
of the arlate Michael Audric who at this tyme was Master or Commander
of the said shippe the Saint Martyn, which said subscription hee saith
was soe made and done by the said Audric in the house of one M[XXXX GUTTER]
Dam[?ian] a Merchant liveing in Smyrna in whose house the said [XXX GUTTER]

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