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producent and so accounted which this deponent knoweth being his
Acquiantance and correspondent. And saith hee saw the sayd ffrancis
Bodkin att Bilboa soone after the lading of the sayd moneyes wrote
signe and direct a letter to the sayd John Bodkins att Nantes
touching the sayd moneyes the particular contents of which letter
hee now remembreth not. And saith he is fully persuaded and well
assured that noe Subiect of the States of the united provinces King
of ffrance or any Prince or State in hostility with this Commonwealth
had or hath any share or interest in the sayd moneyes or any part thereof
And saith he never heard that the sayd ffrancis Bodkin was or is
a subiect of any such Prince or State, or of the States of the sayd
united Provinces or King of ffrance, but beleiveth he is a subiect of
the Commonwealth, and so ought to be and is accomted. And otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the nynth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
after the lading of the sayd moneyes as aforesd the sayd shipp Saint Peter
departed therewith from Bilboa and in her Course thither was seized
by Captaine Wills and Company, in the shipp Handmaid, And the sayd
moneyes now claymed were then aboard the sayd shipp and came into
the hands and possession of the sayd Wills and Company. the premisses
he knoweth to be true being aboard the sayd shipp as a passenger
att the tyme of the sayd seizure. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the tenth article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith tht the arlate
John Bodkin was and is an Irishman borne and so accounted and
in June last and for many years before and since the sayd tyme was
and is an Inhabitant of Galloway in Ireland and hath his wife children
and family there, and was and is a subiect of this Commonwealth
living under the protection thereof and so accounted, and never was
or is a subiect of the States of the united Provinces or of the King
of ffrance or of any Prince or State in hostility with this Commonwealth
that this deponent knoweth or ever heard. the premisses this deponent
knoweth being himselfe of Galloway and by his Correspondencyes
he holdath there. And otherwise he cannot depose
To the 11th hee saith his depositions are true
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1. he saith he comes to be a witnes att the Request of Daniel Arthur
and hath knowne the producent from his Childhood. and otherwise negatively
To the 2. he saith he is an Irishman, and is not bound as he beleiveth to
discover his conscience in poynt of Religion, and is a Merchant factor
without a settled aboad, and from the yeare 1642. to 1646. lived in
fflanders. from 1646. to 1652 in the beginning thereof lived in Holland
and Zealand. and from April 1652. to July 1653 in Spain, from
whence he came in July last and in the same month arrived in London, and
here hath resided ever since. And otherwise negatively.