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aforesaid before the seizure of the said goods, and by the said
Masters letter and affirmation by word of mouth the said
Policarpio de Oliveira at the time of the buying lading or
seizure of the said severall goods had not any share or interest
therein, he being onely the factor and Agent by his said
Principalls intrusted and employed to and for the buying
providing and lading of the said goods, according to the Orders
he had received of and from his said principalls to the effect aforesaid and not
otherwise. And further to this Article hee saith
he cannot depose./

To the 9th article of the said Allegation he saieth, That hee well
knoweth, That the said Antonio fernandez Carvajal (to whom
this deponent hath in the quality aforesaid related by the space of
five yeares last past and upwards) was and is a Merchant of
this City, and here doeth live and keepe his wife and family
and is a Subject and free denizen of this Commonwealth, this
DEponent having seene and perused his letters of denization, and
for and as such the said fernandez was and is generally knowne
and accompted in this said City of London, ever since this
deponent hath knowne him as aforesaid, and for many yeares before
by common reputation And further to this article hee
saieth he cannot depose/:-

To the 10th Article of the said Allegation, hee saieth, That by like
advise as aforesaid from the said Policarpio sent to the said
Antonio fernandez, this deponent hath seene and observed that,
the said shipps said lading of dry fish did produce at Porto a
Porto aforesaid the summe or value of three thousand pounds sterling
or thereabouts, And he further saieth, That hee is well
assured, That the said Antonio fernandez Carvajas standeth
ingaged to pay for the fraight and hire of the said shipp
the New England Merchant for the said Voiage the summe
of eight hundredpounds sterling according to Charterpartie, which this
deponent hath seene and perused, and that he is further engaged
tp pay for teh said shipps demmurrage at Porto Porto during
the said seizure and detention there, which he beleeveth will
amount to the summe of two hundred pounds more or therea=
bouts. And further to this Article hee saieth hee cannot depose/

Repeated before Collonel Cocke./

Manuel ffonseca [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]