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Spaine did Lade and putt on board the sayd shipp three thousand and
seven hundred hides or thereabouts, one large barr of sylver the certayne
value whereof he knoweth not, and a good quantity of moneyes in peices
of 8/8 but how much in certaine he knoweth not, four barrells of Spanish
Tabacco, a great quantity of dry ginger loose and about four barrells and
one Potaco more of Varinaes Tobacco, and forty Ratacos more of
varinases tabaccoes, thirteen pipes of sugar or thereabouts, eighteene
baggs of ginger, a great quantity of Brazil and Camp[?o]cha wood
all for the proper use and Accompt of the sayd Joseph Markes John
Baptista Mograita and other merchants of Spayne subiects of the King
of Spaine to be transported in the sayd shipp to Dunquerke for their use
And saith the sayd merchants att the tyme of lading the sayd goods
were and are owners and proprietors of the sayd goods, the premisses he
knoweth being master of the sayd shipp and receyved the sayd goods aboard
and signed bills of Lading for the same to and for the Accompt aforesayd
And otherwise he cannot depose saving that he saith al or most of the
sayd sugar and ginger is lost and spoyled, and that there were laden
aboard the sayd shipp for the Accompt aforesd severall barrells of Tortle shells
and saving that one thousand two hundred and ten of the forementioned hides
were laden for the Accompt of P[?etio] Sararma a merchant of Sevile:

To the third he saith that in the sayd yeare and moneth of August last past the
sayd shipp the ffortune having all and singular the sylver moneyes and goods
aforesayd aboard her sett sayle therewith towards Dunkirke whither she
was bound and in her Course thither upon or about the first day of September
last past the sayd shipp neere unto a place called Ramhead upon the
Coast of Cornwall mett with and exceeding great Storme and tempest
and in the same was cast away. And saith that this deponent and
the Mariners of her Company were saved and came safe on shoare upon
the Coast of Cornwall, or neere thereabouts. And otherwise cannot
depose, saving that the merchants passengers were alll likewise saved two only excepted.

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that upon the Casting
away of the sayd shipp the ffortune and her lading aforesayd a great
part of the sayd lading of hides Tobacco wood money and plate came
safe on shoare and was saved and preserved, and not left, and was
and is now in the power and possession of the vice Admiralls deputy
of Devon and Cornwall or other officer of the sayd Vice admirall.
And saith he hath seene severall of the sayd hides and Tobacco in
the possession of Stephen Trovill the vice Admiralls deputy aforesd
and knoweth they are the same which were laden aboard, and cast
away in the sayd shipp as aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the fifth article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that he this deponent
was and is a fflandrian borne and a subiect of the King of Spayne.
And the sayd Joseph Markes and John Baptista Mogaritta and the
sayd Pedro Soramo and Company the Owners of the sayd goods money
and plate were and are all Spaniards borne and subiects of the King
of Spaine and for and such Commonly Accompted, reputed and taken and
otherwise cannot depose