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parcell of moneyes for the Accompt of the sayd Patrick Creagh, the
particular value or quantity of which moneyes this deponent remembreth
not, and that the sayd moneyes were consigned to him the sayd
John White to be delivered for the Accompt of the sayd Andrew and
Patrick Creagh att Nantes in ffrance, and that Thomas Martin,
meaning his precontest in this cause, came along with the sayd moneyes
in the sayd shipp from Bilboa And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the Crosse Interrogatories./

To the 1. he saith he comes to be a witnes in this cause att the Request of Mr
daniel Arthur, and further, otherwise than negatively, saving his
foregoeing depositions, he cannot depose.

To the .2. he saith he is a Native of Limerick in Ireland and
not bound as he conceyveth to discover his Religion. and saith that
for the first seven of the last ten yeares he lived att Limmerick in
Irelands, and from thence about 3 yeares agoe went to Amsterdam
and there lived one yeare or thereabouts, and about 2 yeares agoe
went from thence to Biscay in Spaine and there lived a yeare or
thereabouts, and about a yeare agoe returned to Amsterdam where
he continued about .8. monethes, and from thence came thither
to London where he arrived about a moneth agoe and hath resided
continually ever since.

To the .3. he saith that the sayd Andrew Creagh for about 4 yeares
of the last ten yeares till about 8 or 10 monethes past resided att
Amsterdam as a merchant factor and for the sayd 8 or 10 monethes
past hath bene as he hath heard att Virginia or parts thereabouts. and
before tyme lived in Ireland. and Patrick Creagh for theis ten
yeares past hath lived att or neare Limmerick in Ireland. And the
sayd John White for theis 7 or eight yeares now past hath lived as a
merchant factor in Amsterdam where he is now marryed and liveth
with his wife. And before tyme he lived att Limmerick in Ireland
from his youth being a Native of the sayd place. And otherwise he
cannot depose.

To the 4. negatively to every part thereof./

To the 5 negatively

To the .6. he cannot depose otherwise than negatively./

To the 7. negatively./

To the 8 he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesayd

To the .9. he saith he is now goeing to live in Ireland, and further
otherwise than negatively he cannot depose.

To the .10. negatively.

To the .11. he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the .12. he saith he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesayd
and beleiveth that the letter by him predeposed of was true and
reall and not colourable.

To the .13. he saith about October 1651. the sayd Patrick Creagh sent
from the port of Amsterdam in a shipp named the Peter as he taketh [?it]
Daniel Harrad master a quantity of Copper and harlan stuffes of
the value of 200 li sterling or thereabouts to the sayd david [?lXXX]

To the 14th. he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and
otherwise cannot depose.

To the 15 and 16. he saith he cannot depose