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To the third Interrogatorie hee saith that the said shipp the Saint Martin was and
is a ffrench shipp, and the said Captaine Audric was and is ffrenchman [XXX GUTTER]
and her company (saving five who were Venetians) were alsoe ffrench, and
saith the said goods claimed in this cause and all the rest claimed by the
rest of the Armenians their companions, were and are their owne respective
proper goods, and laden for their owne accompt and consigned to be delivered
to them or assignes, and not to any ffrench what soever, nor were or
are any ffrench factors to the said producents, but the said producents and the erst of the said
Armenians went alonge in the shipp with intention and purpose to receive
their said respective goods them selves at Ligorne and dispose of the
same for their owne best advantage. And other wise saving as aforesaid
hee cannot depose.

To the fourth hee saith hee hath noe interest in the said shipp nor any of
the goods claimed in this cause, and otherwise hee answereth negatively
saving hee hath alsoe goods aboard the said shipp for his owne accompt.

To the fifth hee saith that the said producents said marchandizes were
and are commodities of the growth or manufacture of Persia, videlicet
those of the said kamal of Guilan and thereabouts and by him there bought, and those
of the said Jacomo of places about [?ArdXXXla] in Persia
but hee the said Jacomo bought his said goods of two [?Geargians] in
Smirna, which Geargians were and are alsoe Inhabitants in the
dominions of the kinge of Persia, and this deponent was present and
sawe the said Jacomo soe buy and pay for the said silke or goods with
ready money amounting to about sixe thousand peaces of eight, and
saith that at Guilan and thereabouts it is the manner and custome
to buy with only ready money and not upon truck for other goods
and saith hee knoweth that the said Jacomo his said goods came from
the places aforesaid in Persia, because hee this examinate
sawe the Caravan wherein they were brought by the said
two Geargians that sold them to him the said Jacomo, whom this
deponent assisted in the said buying of them, And otherwise saving
his foregoeing and following deposition hee cannot depose.

To the sixth hee saith that the said Jacomo came from Ligorn[?a] to
Smirna in this deponents company the said port of
Ligorna being the last port they came from till they soe came to
Smirna, after which arivall there hee bought the said goods, but
the said kamal came alonge with the Caravan out of Persia,
and saith the said goods were in the said severall p[?ersons]] custodia and
possession before and at the time of the said lading thereof
and came not out of any ffrench factoria, nor did any ffrench
beare any hazard thereof, [?but] had ought to doe therewith, And
otherwise saving as aforesaid hee cannot depose.

To the seaventh hee saith the said A[?audric] signed
one other of each of the said bills of lading for the said [XXXX] soe signed, being of the same tenor
with those which [XXXX] aforesaid a longe with them, which other bills
[XXXX] nehind them ayt Smirna, because of any chance that might
happen, and otherwise hee answereth negatively, saying the said
producents were at Ligorn[?e] to pay meerely for the freight of
their said goods, having before bought and paid for the same as
aforesaid, and otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid
and saving the said jamal was alsoe to pay Cambi[?o] money at ligorn[?a] according to his said [?bill of lading

To the eighth hee sauth there were eight of the said parliaments
shipps in the Squadron that tooke the said shipp the Saint Martin
and her ladinge, and saith that after the said producents had [?bin GUTTER]
kept aboard about tenn dayes (as hee remembreth
the tyme) after the said seizure, they were by Captaine [XXX GUTTER]
sent a shoare in a boate att the Ile of ffa[?v]iniana neere [?Trepany GUTTER]
in Scicilia which he knoweth beinge allsoe sent a shoare [XXX GUTTER
in theire Companie, and saith that onlie the said clay[XXX GUTTER]
and this deponent and the other ffive Armenians that are [XXX GUTTER]
alonge with them and ffive other Armenian servants and some
foure Maltese men and women and noe ffrench men [XXX GUTTER]