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To the 3. he saith he knoweth not the sayd Nys or Mottet otherwise
than by Correspondencyes where by he knoweth that the sayd Isaac John
Nys liveth in Legorne, and the sayd Mottet att Marselles, and hath knowne
them so by correspondency seven yeares. and the sayd Malines
who lives at Legorne, in like sort foure yeares. And saith he is well
assured that the sayd partyes nor any of them is interressed in the property
or hazard of the sayd goods or any part of them. And further
cannot depose.

To the 4th. he saith he saw not the sayd goods bought or payd for, but
beleiveth that the sayd Nys and Moline bought the Oras att Legorne
And that the sayd Mottett bought the sayd almonds at Marsellys And
further cannot depose.

To the 5th he saith order was given for the buying of the sayd
goods by letters of advise the delivery whereof to the sayd parties
this deponent saw not.

To the 6th he saith It is not usuall for the sayd Mr Tryon to doe any
thing in factoryes for and by Commission from others, and particularly
not for the sayd Nys, M[?oline] and Mottett who are his factors as
aforesayd and not he theirs, And further not knowing what trade
the sayd persons drive for them selves he saith he cannot depose.

To the 7th he saith that the sayd producent in the yeare 1649. sent to
the sayd [#]

Nys and Molins to
Robt Pilkington [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]

13 bags of Jambe pepper being three thousand seven hundred
seventy two pounds, worth fourteen pence the pound by the ship Imployment Henry
[?AsheX] Commander from this Port of London, and likewise by the same ship thirty
two baggs more of pepper. all worth four hundred
seventy seven pounds sixteen shillings two pence first [?Cos?X]. and sent
not long before that to the sayd Mottatt sixty two pounds of Camboja. and
three hundred thirty one pounds of Beniamin, and 426. pounds of Camphire all from
this Port in the ship [?ProXXX] Richard Ell Master and worth first cost one hundred sixty three
pounds and upwards. and the eleventh of January 1653. in the Harry Robert Newland Master)

To the 8th he saith he saw not the sayd bill of lading signed
nor any other for the sayd goods. And further cannot depose #

two hundred and an halfe and 18 li
[?XXXX] pepper, 1 C. 3 q. 21 li
[?XXXX] pepper. Beniamin
[?XXX] all worth 71 li
[?X s] 4 d. first penny of and
which goods the [?XXXXXXXX]
Robt. Pilkington [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]

To the 9th he saith the
sayd bill of lading
is reall and true
as he beleiveth and
further he cannot
Robt. Pilkington [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]

To the 10th he saith he knoweth not what Countrey men the sayd Nys and Molines are. but saith the sayd
Mottatt is reputed to be a ffrench man and he did lade all the sayd goods
att Marsellys and consigned them to the sayd Jordayne who is also reputed
to be a ffrenchman living in Roahan. and further saving as aforesayd
he cannot depose.

To the 11th negatively.

To the 12th he saith there is not any Insurance made upon the sayd goods
or any of them so far as he knoweth beleiveth or hath heard.

To the 13th he saith that for the reasons aforesayd he is well assured and doth
verily believe, that the sayd goods were really bought for the sayd
ffrancis Tryon, and that none of the sayd persons Nys Molines, or Mottett
did or doe in any case whatsoever runn any riske or hazard of the
sayd goods or any of them. And further otherwise than negatively
referring to his foregoeing depositions he saith he cannot depose.

Robt Pilkington [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]