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goods hee saith the said ship departed from Smirna to=
wards Leghorne this deponent goeing allsoe at that tyme
from thense in the said ship and being bound to the same Port
allsoe, and then sawe the said goods abord under the marke of
the said producent as in the margen of the said schedule is expressed
And further hee cannot depose./

To the third article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That after the said Hoÿah Petro had soe laden the said goods
schedulated abord the said ship the Saint Martyn at Smirna for
his owne accompt hee did allsoe goe himselfe along with the said
ship with them for Leghorne together with this deponent and did t[hen GUTTER]
take with him the said schedule or bill of ladeing which hee
had and kept in his owne possession whilest hee was abord the
said ship. And saith That as the said ship was in her
direct course for Leghorne with her Lading abord her, she
was mett withall upon the highe Seas by a Squadron of [XXXX Ships GUTTER]
belonging to the Parliament of England under the Command
of the arlate Captaine Hall at which tyme the said producent
together with this deponent and diverse other Armenians with
his and theire goods were abord the said ship. And further
hee cannot depose.

To the 4th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That the said producent was and is An Armenian by descent
and a Subiect of the King of Persia, and saith hee liveth in the
Cittye of Spahan where this Deponent allsoe dwelleth, And further
saith that the said producent is a merchant who of his knowledge
hath [XXXX] doeth often use to trade betwixt Smirna and Leghorne and at
leghorne doeth often use to traffique with English Merchants betwixt
whom and the Persians there is a free trade as they are Subiects
to the King of Persia and the [XXX]es of the Commonwealth of
England betweene which Persia and State there is Peace
and Amitye. And further hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith That what hee hath predeposed
is true./.

To the Crosse Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was a Passenger in the
said ship the Saint Martin in this her last voyage from Smirna
to Leghorne (and when she was taken) and had and hath goods for his owne accompt abord the
said ship And otherwise hee answereth negatively

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee hath knowne
the said Cayia Petro from his childhood
to this day hee being borne in the same Towne within the Cittye