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they are true copies of the said originall bills soe by him subscribed at Santa
Domingo, namely that each of them is a true copie of each of the said three
bills, namely one of them a true copie of the three bills signed for the Hides, another
a copie of those signed for the Cacao, another a copie of those signed for the tobacco
and the fourth a copie of those signed for the Brazil wood and ginger together./

To the fifteenth article hee saith that after such lading and putting the said goods
aboard the said shipp shee departed therewith from Santa Domingo for Amsterdam,
whether shee was then intended, this hee knoweth being Commander of her.

To the sixteenth article hee saith and deposeth that hee referreth himselfe to the
instructions aforesaid, and cannot otherwise depose, not hearing or being privie
to the Instructions given by the said van hulten to the said Mollar, but saith this
deponent was by Charter partie bound to touch at and leave the Spaniards at the
Canaries, which hee should there take aboard in his outwards proceeding.

To the seaventeenth hee saith that the said shipp accordingly in her retourne from
the West Indias arived at Santa Cruse aforesaid, where the said fourteene
Spaniards were putt and left ashore, and the said John Mollar going alone
and speaking with the arlate Cornelius Suyskens with whom this deponent
severall times saw him) met with and received of him (as the said Mollar
told this deponent) a letter of order from the said Philip van hulten, wherby
as hee said hee was ordered to goe with the said shipp to Cadiz, and her lading.

To the eighteenth and third schedule annexed now showed unto him hee saith hee cannot depose, not having at any time (as
hee saith) seene the said originall letter or order.

To the nineteenth hee referreth himselfe to the said schedule annexed and
to the contents thereof, and further hee cannot depose.

To the twentith hee saith that after such declaration of the said John Mollar
that hee had received the said order for the said shipps going with her said goods
for Cadiz, hee the said John endorsed on every of the said bills (being twelve
in number as aforesaid videlicet three of one tenor for the hides, three of one
tenor for the Cacoa, three of one tenor for the Tobacco, and three of one tenor
for the brazil wood and ginger together) purporting thatthe goods in each of the
said vills were to be carried in the said shipp to Cadiz according to order of Philip van hulten received at
Santa Cruse (or Teneriff) and at Cadiz to be delivered to Peter Remierson or his
order or to that effect, which respective endorsements this deponent signed by order
of the said Mollar.

To the one and twentith article hee saith and deposeth that forthwith after the
said endorsement soe made this deponent and the said Mollar departed in and
with the said shipp and with the said lading for the Roade of Cadiz, and came
and arived with the same in the Baye of Gibraltar and there the said shipp
came to an anchor, which hee knoweth being aboard her.

To the two and twentith article and fourth schedule annexed now showed unto
him, hee saith hee cannot depose, not having seene the said originall
letter or order arlate, but refers himselfe to the said schedule.

To the three and twentith, 24th 25th and 26th hee saith that upon the said shipp the Santa Maria
her said anchoring in the Roade of Gibraltar namely in or about the beginning
of September last (new stile) the said John Mollar, and John Mexia da herera
went ashore to goe to Cadiz, leaving the said shipp riding in the said roade of
Gibraltar under command of this deponent, and about three dayes after the said
Mollar retourned aboard and told this deponent that the said Peter Remienson
with whom hee had spoken, had showed him an order from Philip van hulten
whereby the said Reynerson was ordered upon the Santa Maria her comming to
freight a shipp and take out of the Santa Maria into such shipp tenn thousand
hides (if shee had soe many) and her Brazil wood and saile them therein to Amsterdam, and that the
resty of the said shipp the Santa Maria her goods were to be delivered to the
said Peter Renierson] by the said order, and that accordingly the said Peter