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this deponent as his Correspondent of the truth of the premisses
videlicet in the first of them he did give advise of the freighting of
the sayd shipp in manner as aforesd in the second, of the beginning [?XXX] take in
and ladeing the sayd goods for accompt aforesayd, and consigning
them as a foresayd, and in the third of the particular quantities of
the says goods; and the ladeing of the same did likewise appeare to this
deponent by a bill of lading which came to this deponents
hands in a letter from the sayd John Scrothering, and also
by the Confession of the sayd Mathias Cornelison who did
acquaint this deponent that he receaved the sayd goods on board the
said shipp att Tholone, many of which this deponent hath seene since
their inlading att this Port of London And further cannot depose

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that having
taken a view of a good part of the sayd goods in the warehowses
wherein the same are disposed since their unlading att this
port he findeth that they are marked with the marke in the
margent which was and is the usuall marke of the sayd John
Scrothering the same standing for and being the first letter
of his Christen name and surname, and as such commonly
held and understood by such as Correspond with the sayd
John Scrothering, and are acquainted with his manner of dealing
and further he cannot depose

To the 5th article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that by a lettere
from the arlate (Paulus Langerman dated from Hamburgh
8:° Novembris. 1653. which came to this deponents hands here in
London 18 . Novembris 1653. the sayd Pauly Langerman did
advise this deponent that the foresayd Zollicoffers had about
the moneth of October 1653 laden on board the sayd shipp the
Saint Peter att Toloone for accompt of him the sayd Langerman one Chest
of Storax (being a phisicall drug and marked P L A)
to be transported to Hamburgh and there delivered for like
accompt. And further otherwise he cannot depose saving
that the syd marke is used to signify the name of the sayd
Paulus Langerman who was and is a merchant of good
quality and Burgher of Hamburgh and one that tradeth to
foreigne parts.

To the 6th article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that by
fame and report the family of the Zollicoffers are Switzers
and mannage severall factories in Common att Marseilles
and in Spaine and Italy; and the arlate Tobias Zollicoffer
the lader of the goods in question, but in the name of Joachim Lawrence
and David Zollicoffers (a thing usuall with that family) is the Consull
for the hansa Tobias resideing att Marseillis. and the same or
the like effect appeares to be true by a Certificat sent to this deponent under the
hands and seales of John ?Howorth (OR Alworth), Jordan ffairfax and
William Jackson English merchants residing att Marsellis
who likewise particulaly certify that the sayd Zollicoffers doe most
of the business there for accompt of Hamburgh merchants, and
that they did lade severall quantityes of Currants aboard the
shipp Saint Peter about October last past; which Certificat being
reall and not false or feigned and having come to this deponents hands