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To the third hee saith John Bodkin hath his habitation in Gallaway and there was
borne and hath lived from his Childhood. and hath his wife and family there
and otherwise negatively saving he beleiveth he was att Nantes upon
his merchandizing affaires about June last

To the .4. negatively to every part thereof.

To the .5: and 6. he saith he saw the bills of lading interrate signed as aforesayd
a shoare. and knoweth the bill of lading now showne him to be one of the
very originall bills as aforesayd by the markes firme and contents thereof
and by the handwriting of ffrancis Bodkins servant by which it was and
is filled up. and otherwise being not aboard att the tyme of Lading
referring himselfe to his foregoeinging depositions wherein he hath set forth
all his knowledge in the particulars touching the sayd moneyes and lading
thereof he cannot depose.

To the .7. he saith he came along in the sayd shipp and had aboard for his owne
Accompt. 1600. pieces of 8/8 and 361/2 pieces of 8/8 and 75 pieces of 8/8 and gold to the value of 1471/2 in
pieces of 8/8 one bag of ambergreese worth 212. ps of 8/8 1/2 and 311
kintalls (sic) of Spanish Iron. and otherwise negatively.

To the 8. hee refereth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and further
cannot depose.

To the 9. he saith he hath lived in Holland and Zealand as he hath above
declared. and hath noe intent to returne thither nor had any such purpose
att the tyme of the seizure of the Peter nor hath any howse there
or elsewhere saving in Galloway as hayre apparent to his father

To the.10. hee saith he knoweth not of any ensurance upon the money in
question or any part thereof. nor that the producent did or doth use to [?hold]
any other persons goods under his owne name.

To the .11. he saith that hee this deponent did about 2 dayes after the arrivall
of the Saint Peter att ffoy in his owne Lodgings there deliver to Captaine
Wills interrate severall bills of Lading and papers. and otherwise

To the 12, he saith he saw the lettere interrate at Bilbao about the latter end of
June last past in the hands of the sayd ffrancis Bodkin. and beleiveth
the contents of the sayd letter were true, and that the same is come into
the possession of Captaine Wills. and otherwise saving his foregoing
depositions he cannot depose.

To the .13. he saith hee saw severall goods of a good value in the hands
of the sayd ffrancis Bodkin which were sent to him by the producent
about the month of May or April last in an English vessell whereof
one [Dun?ton] was Master from the port of Nantes in ffrance. and
John Bodkin by bills of lading and letters which hee saw in Bilboa
for and touching the same, and saith the sayd Goods were Tobacco and hides.

To the .14. he saith he hath knowne ffrancis Bodkin in the bills of lading
mentioned from a Child, and he now resides in Bilbao and so hath done
for theis 6 yeares or thereabouts, and before att Gallaway from his childhood