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of the said shippes aforementioned saving that he hath a bill of lading singed by the
forementioned Christian Coppenburgh for his [?] goods which he sayith
he believeth to be signed with the same hand were with one of the Bills of Lading arlate
To the third arlate he sayeth that he hath knowne the producent Antonio de la Rosa for these[?]
fouer years last past or thereabouts for all which time he sayeth he hath comonly been
[?] a subgectt of the king of Spayn and an inhabitant of mazachiom[?] the west India
Indiez[?] the King of Spayne his dominion And further Cannot Dipose
To the Interogatories
To the first intery hee ausureth That he came [?] from Cadiz in the Shipp
Implacador[?] of Dunkirk bownd for Oastend as is predeposed and otherwise saving a[?]
aforesaid cannot [?]
To the second Interry he sayeth he cannot give any further satisfactory [?] [?]
than what he hath [?} in his foregoing Depoisitione wereunto he refereth himself
To the 3d interry he [?] That the producent Antonio De La Rosa did hyer[?] [?]
and [?] and [?] [?] the lading the Tobacco and Hydes predeposed of the ffrigott[?]
the nostra Signiora Dol Rosario and putting them with the wyne predeposed aboard
the Sampson and Salvador [?] with that evidence[?] knoweth being au [?] witness that[?]
To the 5 Interry hee sayeth That he sawe the Tobcacceau predeposed in the possission and
custody of the producent before the same was first laden aboard the ffrigott dol
Rosario aforementioned but the hydes he sayeth [?] in the howse of Baptista [?] from
were they were sent a shipboard at mazeachaio[?] as aforesaid
To the 6th Interry he sayeth That upon the lading of the goods predeposed aboard the said
two shipps [?] he this[?] said[?] at did ware[?] the produecent affirm That the Sampson
his goods and Shippie for his owne accompt and adventure or to that [?] And further
To the 7th. 8th and 9th Interryes he cannot [?] further, than what he hath predeposed
To the 10th he [?] That he was been at [?] in fflanders but hath had
Cadis and in the West India for twelve[?] years or thereabouts And is subject of
the King of Spaine and soith only reputed And otherwise refering himself to [?]
[?} positions he cannot.
To the iith Intery he [?] That he neither knoweth nor believeth That the goods
predeposed were bowned or should have beene delivered [?] any other [?] [?]
only Oastend And further cannot [?] saving that the [?] might
knoweth nor doth [?] That the said goods were to be transported from Oastend to[?]
And [?] unto or any other Last within this [?] of the [?]
To the 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Interryes he cannot give [?] to the Interrys knowing
nothing of or concerning the interries[?] thereof