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said Voyage, and had the Disposall of all of the said Goods and otherwise
hee cannot depose; being only a foremastman of the said Ship:/.
To the second hee saith that the said Ship went from Amsterdam
to an Island, which as hee taketh is called Trinidad.
and from thence went to Comana, and thence to Truxilla
and there delivered out severall of the said outward goods
and thence went to Honduras and there delivered the rest
of the said outward goods. and tooke in Chests of Indico and Druggs
but the Quantity thereof hee knoweth not and thence
returned to Truxille, and there tooke in Sassa perilla and
?ligden. but the number or Quantity hee knoweth not, And
further hee cannot depose:/.
To the 3.d hee saith that having the Received on board the said Ship
the said goods at Truxille that shee departed, to come as it
was there said aboard) for Spaine, she touched by foule
weather at Mata?nsa, and thence (when the weather served,
setting Saile againe, hee heard the marine:rs (when shee
was out at Sea), say that shee was bound there for England to discharge and
afterwards, as hee saith shee came to noe port untill shee came
to Milford Havin (sic), And saith the said John Lopes. (who as hee
taketh it, is a Spaniard) caused the said goods to be laden
on board at the said severall places. amd otherwise hee cannot
To the .4th hee saith that Mr Betts was Comander of the
said ship the said Voyage
and otherwise hee cannot Answer:/.
To the 5th hee answereth negatively for his part, and
further cannot answer./
To the 6th hee saith hee bever knewe nor sawe the said
ship before her comming to Amsterdam to goe the said
Voyage, and otherwise cannot answer, saving shee did not
carry the Spannish Colours:/.
To the 7th hee saith that there were about twenty men
belonging to the said Ship the said Voyage; whereof
Seaven (with the said John Lopes are Spaniards, and
foure of them are nowe in London being this day brought
hether from Chelsey Colledge whereof this depo:t is one,
and otherwise cannot answer./.
To the 8.th hee saith that there were tenne Gunns belonging
to the said Ship at the time of her being Staid at Millford
Haven, at which time there was a Salt, Eight spoones, two cupps, two
plates, on board her all of Silver, and otherwise hee
To the 9th hee cannot depose;/;
To the further Interrogatories:/: [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that the said Ship shortly before she came
to Milford Haven coming neere to a Little Illand (the
name whereof hee knoweth not) came there to an Anchor, and
there an English boate came of board her, and then all the Spaniards
retired into the Gunnroome; saving John Lopez, and the said Betts