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when the said Sampson and her Ladeinge were brought into the River of Thames
there remayne as he beleiveth

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he answeareth That as hee remembreth from the tyme that the said Shipp the
Sampson sett sayle from Cadiz as afforesaid untill her being Stayed by the Man of Warr
predeposed the foresaid Roderiguez and [?Marchado] was onboard the said Shipp the Sampson
about 60 dayes about which time hee was likewise aboard the Shipp the Salvador which
kept the Sampson companie dureing all the voyage predeposed And otherwise referring himselfe to
his former depositions he cannot depose

To the second Interrogatory hee answareth That hee hath allready satisfyed the contents of
this Interrogatory in his foregoeing depositions whereunto hee referreth himselfe and further
cannot answeare

To the 3d Interrogatory hee answareth That hee well knoweth That the forenamed Roderiguez and
Ma[?rchado] were and are the lawfull owners and Proprietors of the Tobacchoe interrate for that hee was present
at Var[?nas] afforesaid when the said Roderiguez and Ma[?rchado] bought the Tobacchoe of
certaine of the Inhabitants liveing at Varinas whose names were and are ffrancisco [?de] [?More] Juan Pays and ffrancisco Hurtado And
sayeth the Tobaccho was bought after the rate of eight peeces of eight per Roove att
Varn[?as] from whence it was carried by [?land] and imbarqued at [?Mararaoo] as afforesaid And further
to this Interrogatory more then what hee hath predeposed hee cannot say

To the 4th Interrogatory hee answeareth That the Tobaccho predeposed was laden att
Cadiz by the foresaid Roderiguez and [?Marcado] afforesaid by themselves and by none other
person [?XXXX] further cannot say

To the 5th Interrogatory hee answeareth That the Tobacchoe interrate was delivered out of one shipp
into an other as is predeposed and further cannot say Saveing his former

To the 6th hee referreth himself to his former depositions and further cannot answeare

To the 7th Interrogatory hee answeareth That hee hath satisfyed the particular contents of this Interrogatory
in his precedent depositions And further cannot answeare saveing That for his part he [?really]
beleiveth and is perswaded in his conscience That the Bill of Ladeing predeposed being shewn
unto him at the time of his examination was and is a reall and true Bill of Ladeing
and not colourable and fictitious.

To the 8th hee annsweareth That hee knoweth of none other bills of Ladeinge for the
Tobaccho predeposed which were signed by the foresaid Octavio George but the Bill of
Ladeinge interrate and twoe more of the same tenor And further cannot answeare

To the 9th Interrogatory hee answeareth That he hath not any interest by [?XXXX] or otherwise in the
Tobacchoe predeposed and is not any way concerned therein whether it bee condemned
or restored And further referringe himselfe to his foregoeing depositions hee cannot

To the 10th Interrogatory hee answeareth That John Baptista Sab[?XXX] interrate did come
in company from [?Varnas] with this rendent and the producents afforementioned And
came likewise from Cadiz with them in the Sampson interrate and had a quantity of
Tobaccho[?e OR ?s] aboard the said Shipp for his owne accompt but knoweth not of any interest which
bee [?hath] in or to the Tobacchoes predeposed

To the 11th Interrogatory hee sayeth That for any thing this rendent knoweth or beleiveth The Tobaccho
interrate should have beene unladen and delivered att Oastend and noe other Port neither
doth hee know or beleive that the said Tobaccho[?s] should have been transported from Oastend to any
other Port

To the 12th he cannot answeare not knoweing where the said Shipp the Sampson did