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while hee traded to and againe betweene Cadiz and [?parts] in the straights
at Genuoa, Ligorne and others, and that when shee came into and
was staid in the downes shee was bound for Ostend or dunkirke And
otherwise negatively.

To the fifth hee saith that hee was laden at such time as hee was
staid as aforesaid with silver, woolls, hides and other peace goods
all which were laden at Cadiz by John de Windt aforesaid, Michael
Parry, John Baptista Montoya and other particular merchants
to be transported to Ostend and there delivered to severall persons.
referring himslefe for the more particularitie of his lading, with
the names of the laders and to whom consigned and for whose accompt
to his bills of lading and manifest or catalogue of his lading taken
and sent up into this Court and here remayning. And saith that
hee had 30 peaces of artillery aboard, two dozen of muskets and
otherappurtenance of ammunition for service of the said vessell, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the sixth hee saith that his said bills of lading aboard and sent
up into this Court were and are all true and reall and signed by him
or his Purser, and that the goods were really intended to be transported
according to the consignements of the said bills, and otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the 7th hee saith hee had 50 men and boyes of his company when hee
was staid as aforesaid, which were of severall countreys, as English,
Scotch, hamburgers, Lubeckers, hollanders and other places, and
otherwise negatively.

To the 8th hee saith hee was borne in the dominion of
the duke of Lunenburgh, and is a maried man and hath soe
bin for theise eight yeares last, during which space hee hath lived
with his wife and family in Lubeck.

To the 9th negatively.

To the tenth and 11th negatively.

To the twelveth hee saith that some of his lading belongs to some of his
said owners, referring himselfe to his foresaid bills and book[?s], and that
hee was to receive his freight at Ostend or dunkirke of such persons
to whom the said goods were consigned.

To the 13 and 14th negatively.

To the 15th hee saith hee wrote from Cadiz to hamburgh to have
assurance there made upon his part of the shipp and goods, to the
valew of 1000 or 1500 Rex Dollars, but whether it be made or not hee
knoweth not. And otherwise negatively.

To the 16th hee saith hee brought bales of silke and paper and other
peace goods from Genoa to Cadiz when hee was last there, which were
laden at genoa by severall Genoeses, and were delivered at Cadiz
to Genoeses and Spaniards, and otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 17th negatively.

To the 18th hee cannot depose.

To the 19th and 20th hee saith that the money and silver aboard is some in baggs
and some in chests, and some without either baggs or chests, and that
part of it is coyned and the rest in barrs and barretons, and otherwise and some is
marked and some without mark{?s], referring himselfe to his said book[?e] and bills
remayning in this Court.

To the last hee saith hee signed bills of lading for the said money and silver
which bills were and are true and reall and not colourable, and hee referreth
himselfe thereto And otherwise cannot answer./