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said three pipes of wine marked as aforesaid. were
laden on board the said ship the Saint Laurence Peter
Bennerysent Master) in the Roade of Oratava. by the order
and upon the Sole and propper account and adventure of
the said Mr Cowling; and to be Transported in the
said Ship to this Port upon his said Account; And
here to be Delivered to him this Deponent And further
cannot depose:/:

To the 5.th sixth, 7.th and eighth articles hee saith and Deposeth
that in the foresaid Letter, there came a Bill of Lading
inclosed to this Deponent for the said three pipes of wine
subscribed Pieter Bennerysent, and having nowe
seene the bill of Lading arlate formerly exhibited into the Registry
of this Court, hee saith the same is the said Bill
of Lading soe receaved by him this Deponent, And whereas
in the said Bill the said wines are mentioned to be
Laden by, and for the risco of Don Juan del Corall
a Spaniard, he saith the same was and is Colourably
done, and the said name put into the said Bill by the said Cowlings order to avoid
the seizure and Confiscation of the said wines, if the
ship should be met with by Spaniards. or other enymyes
of this Comonwealth, And this Deponent (besides these three
pipes in question) hath received other wines from the
said producent. which were likewise mentioned in the
Bills of Lading to be laden by and for account of the said Don Juan
del Corall, although in truth the same belonged to and
were for the said Cowlings account, and the returnes thereof
were made by this Deponent to the said Cowlings and
saith that since the warrs betweene this Nation
and Spaine it hath bin and is usuall for English
Merchants that trade by Canaryes, to Colour
their goods by putting in Dutch or Spanish names
in the Bills of Lading, in regard it is dangerous for English subjects
to trade to at or from Canaryes in their, owne names, And this
Deponent having nowe seene the Letter annexed to the
said Allegation, Dated 14th June 1658, hee saith that the
same was and is the said Letter soe by him this
Deponent received as aforesaid, and the samewith the said Bill
of lading therein, came in the said ship the Saint Laurence
and saith the said Letter is wholly written and subscribed
by and with the proper hand writing
of the said Mr Cowling, (as this Deponent verily beleeveth) he