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The 24th day of September 1651

The Clayme of John Francis}
Cordj and Paul Maria Cordj}
Marchants of Leghorne for theire goods}
in the ship the Royall taken etcetera}

Examined upon the allegation given on the behalfe
of the said Claymers.

dt. Smith. jus.

Michael Abbott[?e] of the Cittie of Naples
Marriner aged 33 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and Examined by the
Interpretation of Signior Ferara and Signior
Aurelius sworne allsoe for the same purpose.

To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth
That hee this deponent well knoweth the producents John Francisco
Cordj and Paul[?o] Maria Cordj who when and for all the tyme allegate
went and still ought to bee the true and lawfull owners proprietors
and possessors of all the [?Rice] (except 12 chests only) and allsoe of fower
chests of dates laden and put abord the ship the Royall arlate and
for such were and are comonly accompted reputed and taken And saith
that within the said tyme arlate. and more precisely in or about the Moneth
of March last past the said John Francisco Cardj did lade and put
the said Rice and dates abord the said ship the Ryall in the Port of Saffia (there
being then about eight thousand Kintalls thereof and the said dates) to
bee from thence transported in the said ship to Leghorne and there to
bee delivered unto the said Paulo Maria Cordj for theire propper use
and accompt All which hee knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent
was at [?Saffia] where the said goods were soe laden abord the said
shipp the Ryall and sawe the same soe done and afterwards did himselfe
in another barque come from Saffia towards Leghorne in Company with
the said ship when shee had the said goods abord. And otherwise hee
cannot depose saveing that when the said goods were soe laden by the said
John Francisco Cordj abord the said ship the Royall the arlate B[X]azia
Soli[?e]nghietti was Commander of the said ship.

To the third article of the said Allegation hee saith that hee was not present
when the bill of ladeing arlate was signed nor did hee see the said goods
entred into any booke but well knoweth that upon the ladeing of any
goods abord any ship in the parts where the said Rice and dates were laden it
was and is the constant use and custome of the Commander or Purser of such ship
to signe and give bills of ladeing for the same and to senter such goods
soe laden abord their ship into the said ships booke made and kept
for that purpose

To the fowerth article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That after
such tyme as the said John Franciscoe Cordj had
soe taken the said Rice and dates abord the said ship the Tyall
the said ship of this deponents knowledge did depart and sett saile
therewith from [?Raffia] towards tleghorne at which Port the same was to
have bin deischarged as this deponent heard both the said Jo[?hn] Franci[?sco GUTTER]
Cordj and diverse of the said ships company and others then and there say
and affirme and as the publique fame and report then was at [?Raffia GUTTER]
but where they met with the ship the Saint Martyn hee saith hee knoweth not
for that hee this deponent with the barque in which he then was sailed another
course and saith that the said ship before that tyme. And otherwise hee cannot