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To the .1. he saith he comes to be a witnes in this cause by the meanes of Daniel Arthur
and hath knowne the producents about five yeares respectively.

To the .2. he saith he is a native of Galloway in Ireland, and beleiveth he is
not bound to give an Accompt of his faitha nd Religion in this Court. and saith
in the yeares 1643. 1644. 1645. 1656. he lived at Ipre and Lisle in fflanders
in the yeares 1647. 1648. 1649. 1650. 1651. and one moneth in the yeare 1652
in the United Provinces sometymes at Middelburgh, somwtymes att Amsterdam
and in the yeare 1652 from Aprill in the same yeare till July 1653 in
Spaine videlicet in Cadiz . and came from Bilboa about the beginning
of July last and arrived in this Citty within the same moneth where he
hathr eswided ever since. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the .3. he saith the interrate John White in the sayd bills of lading mentioned
is an Irishmanand lives in Amsterdam as a factor and ad a wife living there
and this Rendent hath knowne him live there about 4 or 5 yeares before the
yeare .1652. and saith he knoweth not whether he hath constantly lived
there since that tyme, and did formerly live in Limmerick where he was borne
and hath an estate of inheritance, and Patrick Creagh was borne in Limmerick
but where he hath lived for theise .10. yeares past he knoweth not. And saith
the sayd Andrew Creagh is now in the West Indies, and did before the warrs
betwixt England and Holland for severall yeares live att Amsterdam as a merchant stranger, for
how long tyme in certayne he knoweth not. and saith upon the breaking out of
the sayd warr he forsooke Amsterdam as this deponent hath heard and went into
fflanders, and from thence to the sayd Indies and otherwise he cannot depose

To the .4th. negatively to every part thereof.

To the .5th. he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions wherein he
hath declared all he knoweth touching the lading of the sayd moneyes. and
further being not aboard att the lading thereof knoweth not to depose.

To the .6. he saith the sayd shippe att the tyme of lading with the sayd moneyes
lay within pistoll shot of the shoare att Bilbo. and saith he saw the sayd bills
of lading signed ashoare att Bilboa, and knowes the bill of lading now
showne him to be one of the sayd originall bills by the markes firmes