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and seaven hides. Alsoe one thousand three hundred foure [?score] and foure
Charges of Cacoa, each charge of seaventie five pounds weight, [?two GUTTER]
thousand two hundred and twenty five Manaco's of tobacco, weighing
foure thousand three hundred and three score pounds of tobacco, and
seaven hundred threescore and twelve peeces of Brazil wood [?weight GUTTER]
threescore and nineteene kintalls and a halfe, and alsoe eighteene
kintalls and thirteene pounds of ginger, All which said hides [?Cacoa GUTTER]
tobacco, brazill wood and ginger were really and truely bought and
paid for (as hee saith) with the goods and for the use and account of
the said foure producents, the premisses hee deposeth being a speciall
agent therein, and for the particulars numbers, quantities and
weight, hee knoweth them, for that hee tooke account thereof
in writing, and th[?at] Admirall Stokes seizing his papers, permitted
him to to take copi[?a]s of his accounts and particulars, which hee hath now
with him, and is readie to show them to this Court.
To the eleaventh article hee saith an deposeth that after such buying
and providing by this deponent (with the said assistance)
the said hides, cacoa, tobacco, Brazill wood and Ginger, hee this
deponent at Santa domingo aforesaid marked a small part of the said hides
with his owne hand with the mark in the margent (being the usuall
marke and having the two first letters of the names of the said Phillip
van hulten) and all the rest of the said hides hee caused to be
PH [MARKE, LH MARGIN]
marked in his presence and saw them marked with the same
marke, and [?on] Santa domingo aforesaid this deponent laded and
caused all the said hides, Cacoa, Brazill wood Tobacco and
Ginger aboard the said shipp the Saint Mary for the sole use and
account of the said producents the claimers, and saw the
lading there of them all aboard the said shipp.
To the twelveth article hee saith and deposeth that after and upon
such lading of the said goods aboard the said shipp, the said John
van lynen at Santa domingo signed and subscribed a bill of lading
for the said thirteene thousand Eight hundred Ninety and [XXX GUTTER
hides marked as aforesaid for the Account of the said Phillip van
hult[?o]n and Company Claimers aforesaid, and alsoe one bill of
Lading for one Thousand three hundred ffourescore and foure
Charges of Cacoa. each Charge of threescore and ffifteene [XXX GUTTER]
for the Account and Adventure of Phillip Van hulton and Company
merchants of Amsterdam Claimers in this Cause And alsoe one
other bill of Lading for two thousand two hundred twenty and
five M[XXXX]oes of Tobacco Weighing 4360 l[X] weight, [XX GUTTER]
for the account and Adventure of the said Phillip Van hulton
and Company aforesaid. Claimers in this Cause. And alsoe one
other Bill of Lading for seaven hundred threescoe and twelve
peeces of Brazill wood weighing together seaventy Nine Quintalls
and a halfe, And Eighteene Quintalls, and thirteene pounds of
Ginger, all for the Account of the said Phillip van hulten and
Company aforesaid, Marchants of Amsterdam, Claimers in this
Cause, Which hee knoweth for that hee this Deponent [XXX] well
knew the Particularities aforesaid wrote or filled up the [XXXXXXX XX] said [XXX] Bills of Lading
and sawe the said John Van Leynen subscribe them.
To the 13.th hee saith that before the Departure of the said
ship from Santa Domingo, the said Bills were there all signed [?by GUTTER]
the said John Van Leynen, and the said Bills, and the Contents