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and sometimes in London according as his occasions have required
from time to time, And otherwise negatively:-/

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith hee first came acquainted with the
interrate Andrew Rand at the Bashia in Brazile upon the occasion
predeposed, and hath knowne him ever since, and beleeveth his knowne
place of fixed residence hath for all that time been in or about this City
And further cannot depose./

To the third hee saith, that one Belchior Vaz Ripero a Portuguese
Merchant dwelling at the Bahia and then the generall Correspondent
of English Merchants and Masters of shipps frequenting there,
did in exchange for other goods by him bought of the said Andrew
Rand give and deliver for his use the said 10. Chests of sugaars, as this
deponent then and there understood by the credible information of the said
Belchior and others And otherwise negatively And further cannot

To the 4th hee saith, That the said sugars as aforesaid were laden and
brought aboard the said sdhipp by the said Belchior Vaz Ripero
who was and is a Portugueze, And otherwise negatively saving his
foregoeing deposition to which hee referreth:/

To the 5th negatively to every part thereof, saying as aforesaid that
the said sugars did actually come to the possession of the said English

To the 6th hee saith, That, as hee hath predeposed, the sugars now Claymed
came to the possession of the said English seizors and never came to Lisbone
And saith this deponent never heard neither doeth hee beleeve That the said
Andrew Rand did ever Clayme the sugars interrate before the [?Commissioners GUTTER]
interrate nor that there was any determination of the said Commissioners of or
concerning the same. And further cannot depose./

To the 7th hee saith hee this rendent is the person interrate who signed
the bill of ;adeing interrate at the place and at or about the time therein
expressed, And saith by vertue of his oath, That hee signed no bill or bills of
ladeing of any different tenor from that now showne him, for the goods in
Controversie. And further cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith hee doeth not know nor beleeve in Conscience that
any part or parcell of the sugars now claymed did or doeth belong to any
ffrenchman or ffrenchmen or to any Subjects or Subjects of the ffrench
king interrate. And further hee cannot depose./

Repeated before doctor Clarke./

George Whillers [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]