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ministred on the behalfe of the said Sennor Antonio
ffernandez Caravashall saith and deposeth as followeth

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee hath
well knowne and bin master of the said shipp the Mary for theise
tenn weekes last or thereabouts, and that one John Tilly of Amsterdam
Merchant, principall owner of the said shipp constituted this
deponent master of her at Amsterdam with the consent and approbation
of the rest of the owners.

To the second he esaith hee knoweth the persons of all the owners
of teh said shipp, who (hee saith) are all of Amsterdam, and
there this deponent sawe and was with them in the house of the said
John Tilly a little before hee sett saile thence, which was on the
23th of November last (old stile) or thereabouts, but knoweth not
the names of them saving of the said John Tilly by whose
meanes hee was constituted master of the said shipp, and saith that
the said John Tilly is a quarter part owner of the said shipp, and
that hee hath knowne him (being this deponents uncle) from this
deponents infancie, but for the rest hee hath not knowne them
longer than when hee soe saw them at Amsterdam as aforesaid
at which time they approved of this deponent to be master of the said
shipp, nor knoweth hee their particular parts of or in the
said shipp; but saith they had newy bought her when this deponent
was made master of her, and this deponent sawe the said John
Tilly in his said house pay a summe of money (but howe much
hee knoweth not) to him that sold her to them, in part of payment
for her, but the name of the person to whom the same was paid
hee saith hee knoweth not. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third hee saith hee knoweth one Marcus de la Rombada
who imbarques himselfe passenger in the said shipp at Amsterdam
about three dayes before her said departure thence, to goe to Cadiz
in Spaine, and soe longe and not longer this deponent hath knowne
him, but this deponent knoweth not, nor ever heard that hee the
said Marcus de la Rombeda was or is any part owner or hath
any interest in the said shipp or of or in her lading or any
part thereof. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the fourth hee saith hee never said to any dutch broker or
other at ffalmouth or elsewhere, that tHE said shipp and her lading
or any part of both or either of them were or was belonging to the
said Marcus de la Rombada, nor ought to that purpose, and
saith the said Marcus neither ruleth nor pretendeth to rule or
gouverne or commannd in the said shipp in any qualitie whatsoever
but goeth meerly a passenger as the rest of the passengers doe
having noe pretense of interest in the shipp or lading one way
or other. And otherwise cannot depose.

Jacob Jansen de Tos [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before Doctor Clerke