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his the said Lines ship called the Sampson not long before seized
upon and deteyned by the Portuguese at the Bahia aforesaid,
and saith this deponent was present at the payment of the said moneys
by the said producent to the said Ignatio de Costa/

To the 4th hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Ignatio
de Costa ever since the yeare 1648:- and saith hee is
a Portuguese and hath lived at the Bahia ever since this
Deponent knew him, and otherwise negatively:-/

To the 5th hee saith, the said Ignatio de Cruze sent the said
sugars aboard the said shipp, And otherwise referreth himselfe
to his precedent deposition:-

To the 6th hee saithm hee doeth not know nor beleeve any discovery
of the said sugars [?XXXing] to sequestration, made by the said de
Costa nor any other person nor that the same were ever
confiscate or converted to the use of the king of Portugall

To the 7th hee saith, hee doeth knowe that the said sugars were
never discharged at Lisbone interrate, and that the said Captaine Lynes
did never clame the said sugars before the Commander interrate:-

To the 8th hee referreth himself to his foregoeing deposition and
to the date of the bill of lading interrate, which hee
declareth upon his oath to be true, and that hee signed
no bills of lading of or for the said goods, then the 4. bills
predeposed being of one tenor whereof the bill inyerrate
and annexed to the Allegation in this Cause was and is one.

To the 9th negatively, referring himselfe to his foregoeing

Repeated before doctor Clerke:/.

George Whillers [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


On the second of July 1655. [CENTRE HEADING]

John Tayler and Company against}
15 Tonns of Currance brought to this}
Port of London from Morea in Turkey in}
the Castle ffriggott, wherof John Wall}
was Master, laden by William ffowke}
against the said John Hall and William}
ffowke and all others et cetera Suckly Budd}

Upon an articulate allegation
(as to the obtayning of the
possession of the said 15 Tonns
of Currance) given in and
admitted on the 27th of June 1655
on the behalfe of the sayd Taylor and


Roger Middleton of Lothbury in the Citty of
London Merchant, aged about thirty yeares, borne
at Wrexam in Denbighshire, a wittnes produced
and sworne and being examined he deposeth as followeth

To the first article of the sayd allegation he deposeth and
saith that he this deponent hath lived in Turkey for the
greatest part of twelve yeares last past, and that he came