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carry the same, which thing and the letters passing between the said
Robinson and [?Parvé] , hee the said Robinson from time to time imparted
to this deponent, whose advise here made use of in the matter, as
being better versed therein than the said Robinson, and otherwise
hee cannot depose, referring himself (for the contents of the said bills
to the schedules annexed.

To the fourth hee saith that after and upon the said shipps arrivall
at Saint Lucars the said Gilbert Melso in persuance of the order
received from his said corryspondent Rocus [?Parvé] , bought and
provided the said shipps lading of oranges, lemmons and corke
and laded them aboard the said shipp, to be carried into
the downes, (where the Skipper was to expect and receive
further order touching the same)
and sent some to mr Robinson
the bill of lading for the said goods
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the fifth hee saith that after the said Rocus [?Parvé] had given
order for the lading the said oranges and lemmons aboard the said
shipp at aforesaid, hee drew a bill of exchange upon
the said George Robinson for money to be paid towards the same, and the said Robinson
being out of towne when the bill came, his contest Edward [?Bradborne GUTTER]
(who acted for him in his absence) accepted the same in his the said
Robinsons name, and since namely on or about the seaventeenth
of January last, and before the siezure of the said shipp and goods
paid the moneys thereupon upon the account of and for the said Robinson
and companie, all which hee knoweth because hee this deponent
was acquainted with the first comming of the said bill, and with
the acceptance and payment of it, and otherwise referring himselfe
to the said bill being annexed to the allegation and the endorsement thereof,
hee cannot depose.

To the sixth hee saith that the said oranges, lemmons and corke
were really and truely bought and laded for the use and proper
account of the said George Robinson and company, and they (as
hee beleeveth) soley ran the hazard and adventure thereof, and
yeelding a reason of such his knowledge and beleef as aforesaid
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the seventh article and schedule therein mentioned nowe showed unto
the deponent, hee saith that the said schedule is the same bill of
exchange soe sent and accepted, and by him this deponent deposed of
to the fifth article preceeding, unto which hee referreth himselfe. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the eight hee saith that the foure french bills annexed nowe
showed unto him, were and are (as hee verily beleeveth) the very
bills sent by the said [?Parvé] to the said Robinson about to the said
businesse, and by the said Robinson imparted to this deponent