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To the .3d. he saith he cannot depose otherwise then he hath deposed

To the .4. negatively to every part thereof

To the .5. hee saith he was att Bilboa when the sayd moneyes were laden
and saw the same in baggs, but saw it not told nor laden. and otherwise
saveing his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.

To the .6. he saith the shipp Saint Peter did about the tyme of lading the
sayd sylver or moneyes ride in the River of Bilboa within pistoll shott
of the shoare. and he saw the bills of lading signed for the sayme as aforesayd
in Bilboa ashoare, and knoweth the bills to him now showne to be two of
the bills by the markes firmes and contents thereof, and saith he never
had them in his possession, and beleiveth he was in Bilboa when the moneyes
were laden. and otherwise saving his foregoing depositions cannot depose.

To the .7th he saith he was aboard the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure and had aboard for
his owne Accompt 1000 peices of 8/8 311. kintalls of Iron, one bagg of
Ambergreese worth 212 peices of eight and 1/2 a bagg conteyning 75 peices of 8/8 and the value of 147 1/2 peices of
Tin [?mould] .1. bag or Cloth with 36 peices of 8/8 1/2; which sayd .3. last parcells this deponent
delivered into the hands of the sayd Cornelis Jacobsen [?Soyl] and had noe bills of lading for the afpresayd [?XX]
and otherwise negatively.

To the .8th he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and further
cannot depose.

To the .9th he saith he was not bound to nor had any intention to goe into
Holland Zealand or any of the United Provinces, nor hath any intent or [?XX]
to goe thither, nor hath he any howse there, and is a factor for his
father in Spaine whither he is to retourne and there reside as a
Merchant Stranger, and hath an howse in Gallaway aforesayd as
heyre apparent to his father Dominick Marten a merchant of Galloway. and saith
he lived some tyme in Holland and Zealand as aforesayd.

To the .10th. negatively to every part thereof.

To the 11th he saith that att the tyme of seizure this deponent had severall
bills of lading and papers in his Custody which concerned not
the sayd shipp Peter nor her lading, and those this Rendent about September
after the arrivall of the sayd shipp att ffoy did deliver to Captaine
Wills in the presence of a Notary publique in this REndents lodging at
ffoy. and otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 12th he saith he saw the sayd letters writen by David England
aforesayd about the beginning of July or latter end of June 1653
and saith he remembers not the effescts of the sayd letters, but beleiveth
they were reall, and that hey came to the hands of Captaine Wills

[To the .13. negatively to every part thereof, for e saith he never [?XX]
that the producents sent any goods to David England.

To the 14. he saith he hath knowne David England 4 yeares, and he resideth
in Bilbo, and Valentine Morgan one yeare and he resideth at Saint
Seabastians, and hath knowne Nicholas Lee by correspondency about
one yeare, and he resides in Nantes, as likewise in June last did
Patrick Rice whom this deponent hath often heard of but knoweth not