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To the nyneth Interrogatory hee answereth and beleeveth That the goods now claymend doe
properly and truely belong to the foresaid John Martyns and none other [?either] dutchman
or ffrenchman

To the tenth hee answeareth That hee this rendent is by byrth a Spanyard and liveth for
the most part in Spayne and otherwise negatively

To the 11th hee knoweth nothinge thereof

To the 12th hee answeareth That the Bills of Ladeinge interrate were and are the same which
hee this rendent sawe [?XXXX] and firmed att Saint Malloes by Bernard Mitchell and
Joachim Beane as is predeposed. And further knoweth not

To the thirteenth hee knoweth not any thinge thereof more than as abovesaid

To the foureteenth hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing Deposition s and further
knoweth not savinge That there were some goods Laden aboard the said shipp for
this rendents owne accompt and friends , to say (25) Ballotts./

To the 15th and 16th hee answeareth That more to this Interrogatory then what hee hath predeposed [?concearning]
the fight interrate hee knoweth not

To the 17th hee answareth That the French shipps afforesaid did hang out the ffrench
collours and the three Kings [?interrate] did weare the Hamborough collours and the Saphir
ffrigott did weare the English collours

To the 18th Interrogatory hee answareth That [?Bearnarde] Mitchell interrate was and
is knowne and commonly reputed to be a ffrenchman who had an intention
to goe for Spayne but beinge diverted from his intended purpose did sell his said
goods unto the foresaid John Martyns as afforesaid And further knoweth not

To the 19th hee answeareth That the interrate Mitchell was not aboard
the three Kings att the time of her seizure./

Juan Tomas Milute [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]



23rd December 1653. [CENTRE HEADING

Joachim Beane master of the Shipp the Three kinges
whereof he hath beene master for theis 8 moneths or thereabouts
aged 34 yeares or thereabouts a witnesse produced and examined
in this cause deposeth as followeth

To the first article of the said allegation he sayeth and deposeth That he hath well
knowne the producent John Martynes for theis fower yeares last past he this deponent
useing to trade to Cadiz and Saint Lucar and other parts of Spayne and thereby came acquainted first
with the said producent whoe for all the time predeposed hath beene and is
commonly knowne and reputed to be an Inhabitant of Saint Lucar and a Subiect
of his Catholic Majesty of Spayne And further cannot depose

To the second and third articles of the said allegation hee sayeth and deposeth That
within the time and in one of the monethes arlate the said John Martyns
was and remayned att Saint Malloes in ffrance att which Port hee sayeth That in
or about the end of September arlate new style there were laden aboard
the shipp the three Kinges arlate whereof he this deponent was and is master
twoe fardells or Packs of Linnen cloath marked with the first mark
in the margent which goods hee sayeth That hee this deponent receaved from the