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To the .5. he saith he saw not the sayd woolls bought nor knoweth who bought
them, of whom or for what nor can give any further accompt touching
the propriety thereof than allready he hath hiven./

To the 6. he saith he was not present nor in sight when John Martins
did signe the sayd bills of lading.

To the .7, he saith he beleiveth the sayd bills of lading are true and
reall. for the reasons aforesaid. and further cannot depose.

To the 8. he saith he cannot depose.

To the .9. he saith he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesaid.

To the .10. he saith he cannot depose.

To the 11. negatively.

To the 12. he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and
further cannot depose.

To the 13. he saith he is a native and Inhabitant of Teneriffa one
of the Canary Islands. and otherwise negatively.

To the .14. he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesayd.

To the 15. 16. 17. and 18. he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 19. negatively

To the 20/. 21. and 22.th he saith that being not present att the
signing and delivering of the sayd bills of lading he cannot
depose otherwise than he hath deposed

Don Antonio deponte
Ca[?h]illa y [?XXX XXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


Repeated in Court before the Judges.


The [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] day of November 1653

The Clayme of Andrew Creagh et cetera}
for his silver in the Saint Peter.}

Examined upon the sayd allegation


Nicholas Rice of Limmerick in Ireland merchant
aged 32 yeares or thereabouts a witnesse sworne
and examined deposeth and saith as followeth videlicet

To the first and the rest of the Articles of the sayd allegation This deponent
saith and deposeth that he well knoweth the arlate Andrew Creagh
and Patrick Creagh and so hath done for divers yeares now past videlicet
the sayd Andrew Creagh ten yeares, and the sayd Patrick Creagh
16 yeares, and saith that the sayd Andrew Creagh was and is a native
of Corke in Ireland and is a merchant a young man living abroad
as a merchant stranger, and now is as this deponent hath heard
in the Virginia or some place thereabouts, and was and is a subiect
of this Commonwealth and so accounted. And the sayd Patrick Creagh
was and is a native of Limmerick in Ireland and so accounted and
liveth now in Ireland att or neer Limmerick, and was and is a
subiect of this Commonwealth and so accounted, and they nor eyther of
them was or is a subiect of the States of the United Provinces or
ffrench King or any Prince or State in hostility with this Commonwealth nor
so accounted, And he further saith that being att Amsterdam in
August last and about the beginning of the sayd moneth he then and
there saw in the hands of John White a letter of advise sent from
David England of Bilboa who was and is a factor or Correspondent
of the producents wherein was certifyed that he the sayd David England
had att Bilboa laden aboard the sayd shipp 'Saint Peter a quantity of
moneyes for the Accompt of the sayd Andrew Creagh and another