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ánd hath in that space traded here as a merchant and entred diverse goods at
the Customs house for his owne account, which hee this deponent knoweth
having bin imployed by him to make the said entrie and pay the customs for the
same, And as this hee this exáminate hath often heard him say, hee doth
intend to marry and settle his habitation in this said citie.
Tho: norton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
George Gosyde of Amsterdam Mariner, aged 30 yeares
or thereabouts, sworne and exámined as aforesaid.
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee well knoweth
the producent Isaac da Andrada, who is an Inhabitant of this citie of
London, and alsoe well knoweth and is master of the shipp the Old hillebrannt
interrogated, which hee saith belongeth to the said Isaac da Andrada, who
by his agent at Amsterdam (named M[?anXXX] da Costa) lately bought her there
for this the proper account of him the said Isaac to whom shee truely and
really belongeth hee being sole owner of her, which hee knoweth because
hee this deponent is master of her and nowe saileth her under and by
appointment of him the said Isaac da Andrada.
George gasdas [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Abraham da Lima of London servant of the producent
Isaac da Andrada, aged 24 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and exámined as aforesaid.
To the first and second árticles of the said Interrogatories hee saith
and deposeth hee well knoweth the producent Isaac da Andrada
and hath soe donne from his youth, they being both Schoolfellowes
together at hamborough where they were borne. And saith the said Isaac
about nine moneths as last hath constantly lived as a settled Inhabitant
in this citie in Leaden hall streete, and hath fixed his residence and
intendeth his constant dwelling in the said citie; And saith the said
Isaac da Andrada was and is commonly accounted sole owner and
proprietor of the shipp the Old hillebrant interrogated (George Gosyde
master) and of her tackle and furniture, which (as this deponent hath bin credibly
informed both by him the said Isaac and others) was bought at Amsterdam
by order and for account of him the said Isaac, and that shee belongeth
solely to him, The premisses touching his residence in this citie
hee deposeth and knoweth because hee this exáminate liveth with him
as his servant and doth busines for him, in the way of marchandize.
Abraham de Lima [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]