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Rochford to be for his accompt transported in the sayd shipp to Nantes
in ffrance and there delivered for his use unto Nicholas Lee
And saith he afterwards videlicet on or about the
28 day of June saw the sayd Cornelius Jacobsen Seyle signe three
bills of lading all of one tenor for the sam, att Bilboa, and the
bill of lading to the allegation anexed and now shewne him this examinat
was and is one of the sayd bills which this deponent saw so signed
as aforesayd for the same, for which causes this deponent verily beleiveth
that the sayd David Rochford then was and now is the lawfull Owner
and Proprietor of the sayd bagg of money. And saith that att the
tyme aforesayd the sayd David England did acquaint this deponent
that he had laden aboard the sayd shipp the tyme and place aforesayd one
bagg f moneyes conteyning about 139 peices of 8/8 and five ryalls
of plate in the same, the sayd bagg being of the second marke in the


margent; And saith that soone after videlicet on or about the
sayd 28th day of June 1653. he this deponent saw the sayd Cornelis
Jacobsen Soel signe three bills of lading for the same And saith the bill of lading
now showne this deponent and remaining in the Registry of this Court whereto for the
more certainty of the markes and number of peices of eight and ryalls
of plate this deponent referreth himselfe was and is one of the sayd originall bills signed in this deponents sight And further saith that
the sayd England then told this deponent that he did lade the sayd 139 pieces
of 8/8 and 5 ryalls of plate for the Accompt of the arlate William ffagan
to be transported in the sayd shipp to Nantes aforesayd and thereto to be
delivered for his use, to Patrick [?Rice] for
which causes this deponent verily beleiveth that the sayd Williamffaganin June and July aforesayd was and now is the Lawfull owner of the
sayd 139 peices of 8/8 and 5 Ryalls of plate. And otherise cannot

To the fifth article of the sayd allegation he saith he saw the sayd David England
write signe seale and direct two letters of Advise to the arlate Nicholas Lee and [?Patrick]
Rice att Nantz touching the moneyes aforesayd, but the particulars
of the sayd letters remembereth not.

To the sixth he saith he verily beleiveth for the reasons aforesayd that [?none]
but the sayd Rochford and ffagan are any way voncerned in the [?XXX]
of the sayd moneyes, and verily beleiveth that noe subiect of the [?XX]
of the United Provinces or King of ffrance or of any Prince or
State in hostility against this Commonwealth had or hath any interest
therein or any part thereof.

To the seventh article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
the arlate David England and Nicholas Lee were in June 1653 [?and]
before, the factors of the producent David Rockford, and att the same [?time]
and before the arlate David England Valentine Morgan and {?XXX]
Rice were the ffactors of the sayd William ffagan and so accompted
the premisses he knoweth by his correspondency with the sayd David
England And otherwise cannot depose.