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said Luke Lucy did then alsoe give direction to his said Correspondent,
to make use of the name of the allate Walter Sopps of hamburgh
a Correspondent of the said Luke Lucy for the better securing of the
said Goods from the dutch or ffrench in case they did renconter them.
hee further saith, That in or about the moneth of June 1653. last
past the said hugh Salisbury according to the order and direction of the
said Luke Lucy caused the goods aforesaid to be laden in and aboard the
said ship Saint Peter (whereof the allate Peter De La Salle was Master) then
lyeing at or neere Portsmouth, to be transported in the same for Saint Sebastians
aforesaid, and there to be delivered to the allate Walter Adams the
factor and Correspondent of the said Luke Lucy, and to be sold and disposed
off there for the proper accompt and upon the sole adventure of the said
Luke Lucy. The premises hee well knoweth, for that hee this deponent
for and during all the time predeposed was and still is Cashier to
and of the said producent, and in that quality by the said producents
order paid for all the said goods and charges incident, the full summe of
196 li: 10 s: 6 d: sterling besides 32 li: 2 s: which are charged upon the said Mr Lucys accompt
for the dying pressing packing carriage to Portsmouth and other small
Charges about the said goods to all which the transactions of the said producent this deponent
was and is privy, and familiarly acquainted with the same by the
meanes of his [?trXX] and employment aforesaid. And further to
theise articles hee saith hee cannot depose. saving his subsequent depositions.
To the 4th and schedule annexed nowe seene and perused by this deponent hee
saith, That about the time of the lading of the goods predeposed in manner
aforesaid, the said producent together with a letter of advise to the said
Salisbury his Correspondent sent three bills of ladeing in the same
filled up with the proper hand writing of Mr Jacob Lucy the producents
brother, one whereof being the schedule annexed was shortly after
returned by the said Salisbury in a letter of advise touching the lading of the
said goods, the same being firmed by the said Peter de La Salle as by the
said bill appeareth, which bill of lading for the reasons predeposed
this deponent is in Conscience convinced to be reasll and true saving that the
said name of Walter Sops is therein as aforesaid Colourably made use
of for the preservation of the said goods in Case of meeting with the
ffrench or dutch as aforesaid. And further cannot depose./
To the 5th hee saith, That hee this deponent was not present when the
said goods in their Course to Saint Sebastians were, as is arlate, forcibly
taken away by the said Captaine Paine in the Saint Ives Scout arlate,
but after the said ship Saint Peter was arrived at her said intended Port
of Saint Sebastians, this deponent saw and observed by letters sent thence from the
said Walter Adams, that the said goods in their passage from
Portsmouth to Saint Sebastians as aforesaid had been violently taken
away by an Englishman of war, which the said Master and Companie conceived
to belong to some place in the West of England. And saith the said