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then at Saint Lucar seene and perused the letters of advise sent by the shipp
the producents to their said factor to the effect aforesaid. And saith That the goods
videlicet the wines and Corke predeposed of this deponents certaine knowledge, and the
rest of the goods and Merchandizes claymed by the said producents, as hee beleeveth
were and are the proceed of such goods as hee hath predeposed received by the
said ffactor to and for the use and intent aforesaid. And otherwise saving his
foregoing and ffollowing depositions hee saith hee cannot depose:-/

To the 6.th and 7.th and bills of lading or schedule therein mentioned but not
annexed hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./

To the 8:th hee saith, That it is notorious, That the said shipp the black
Cock under the Conduct of the said John ffransen Haen with the said wines
and Corke and the rest of her cargo aboard her being bound for Amsterdam
were mett withall surprized and taken by some shipp or shipps of this
Commonwealth, and brought into England. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 9:th hee saith, That hee this deponent hath well knowne the arlate
John Scrother for theise 6. or 7. yeares last past residing at Saint Lucar
in Spaine as ffactor and Agent to and for the said producents and other
Merchants of Hambourgh, and saith hee hath also knowne the arlate
Bernardo Ras for about 3. or 4 yeares last past, and saith that for all
that time hee hath resided at Amsterdam as ffactor to and for the said
producents, and saith That for all the time respectively predeposed, they the
said Scrother ad Ras have held and doe hold constant Correspondenceie
and Communication with the said producents as being in quality of ffactors
and agents to and for them as aforesaid, Which hee knoweth being familiarly
acquainted with the said ffactos and their negotiation. And otherwise
cannot depose:-

To the 10:th hee saith, That the arlate Hans Lemmerman deceased was
commonly and generally accompted a Native of Hamburgh or thereabouts
and whilest hee lived a Subject and Burgher of that Citie, and a Merchant
Driving a great trade into Spaine, and saith that for about 6. or 7. yeares
last of this deponents certaine knowledge, and since the decease of the said
Hance Lemmerman the said trade hath been continued by the
said widdow and John Lemmerman one of the sonnes of the said
deceased in the behalfe of themselves and of Thomas Lemmerman and
Hans Lemmerman arlate sonnes and coheires of the said deceased, who
hee saith are well knowne and generally esteemed at Hamburgh and elsewhere
the naturall and lawfull children of the said deceased and his said surviving
widow; which hee deposeth, being well acquainted with the said widdow and
heires, and having been in their house in the [?Grim] at Hamburgh, And