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To the 6th hee cannot depose.

To the seaventh hee saith that after receipt of the said goods aboard at
Amsterdam, shee set saile and departed thence and arived at Santa Cruse in the
Canaries, where hee said deales were delivered out of his sight and knowledge
and thirtie pipes of Canarie wine taken in as the proceed thereof, and further
hee cannot depose, saying hee knowes not Cornelius huyskens.

To the 8th hee saith that the said Mollar alsoe tooke fourteene Spaniards aboard
at Santa Cruse, which were added to the ships company, consisting before of six and
thirtie persons, dutch and Easterlings, and the said Spaniards as hee conceiveth
were embarqued to be imployed and goe ashore upon occasion at the East Indias
where the dutch were not soe free. And further cannot depose.

To the 9th hee saith that after receipt of the said Spanairds and wine aboard
the said shipp Santa Maria, shee went therewith and with her other goods brought
from Amsterdam, to Comana, where not finding trade shee went to Santa domingo,
where the said John Mollar with the assistance of John Mexia da herera
(who went from Amsterdam in the said shipp to assist the said Mollar in those
parts) bartered and sold awy all the rest of the said outwards goods as alsoe the said
wine, and received aboard in restourne thereof hides, Cacoa, Brazil wood,
Tobacoe, and Ginger, which goods hee beleeveth to have bin laded for the account of
the said van hulten, because hee was said to be the freighter of the said ship. And
further hee cannot depose.

To the 10th hee saith hee knoweth not the number, weight or quantitie of the said
hides, Cacoa, Brazil wood, tobacoe, or Ginger soe produced and received aboard
at Santa domingo, And further cannot depose.

To the 11th hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.

To the 12th and 13th hee cannot depose, not knowing ought of the signing of the
bills, nor knowing how to write or reade.

To the 14th hee cannot depose.

To the 15th hee saith that after receipt of the said goods aboard, shee departed from Santa domingo for
Amstedam intending to touch by the way at Santa Cruse.

To the 16 and 17th hee saith that soe touching at Santa Cruse, the fourteene
Spaniards were there put againe ashore and left, and otherwise hee cannot

To the 18th hee cannot depose.

To the 19th hee cannot depose.

To the 20th hee cannot depose.

To the 21th hee saith that after about fourteene dayes stay at Santa Cruse in her said
retourne from Santa Domingo, shee departed for Amsterdam but came afterwards into the Bay of Gibraltar
and there came to an anchor as is hereafter de[XXXXed] And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 22th hee cannot depose.

To 23. 24. 25. and 26 hee saith that upon the said ships said comming and anchoring
in the roade of Gibraltar, the said John Mexia da herera went ashore to goe to
Cadiz, and the said Mollar went ashore with him, and after about two or three
houres stay there, the said Mollar retourned aboard, but the said Mexia retourned
not againe, and saith that as they were comming from Santa Cruse
they met with a dutch fflute or vessell whereof one Mat[?z] was master
belonging to holland, which was going in ballast for Malaga to seake a
freight, and saith the said fflute was freighted to carry the hides and Brazil
wood that were in the Santa Maria to Amstedam, and saith that being soe freighted
shee went with the said shipp the Santa Maria into the said Bay [XXXX] was thought most convenient to goe into the said Bay to take out the said hides and Brazill wood and put them [?aboard] the said fflute
but before their comming into the Bay they at sea began to take out
the hides and Brazil wood out of the Santa Maria and put them into the said fflute