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thereof were true, and reall, and upon the seizure of the said ship
by Captaine Story (Comander of the Fairfax, came all foure to
the hands of the said Captaine Story, and from him afterwards
in to the hands of Captaine Stoakes, with the rest of the said ships
Papers, in whose hands this Deponent sawe the same in Tolob:/:
To the 14th Article and the schedules or Copyes of foure
bills of Lading therein mentioned, now shewed unto him, hee
saith and deposeth that the said schedules are true Copyes
of the said Originall bills, and doe Agree therewith which hee
knoweth having one of each of the said Bills now with him
for hee saith the said John Van Linen, signed three bills (all of
one Tenor) for each of the said Parcells, namely there
were twelve Bills in all, signed for the said Goods. videlicet foure
times three, every three of one Tenour, one of each
whereof this Deponent sent from the Canaryes, (in his returne)
to the said Phillip Van hulten at Amsterdam, one other
of each, he kept by him, and now leaveth for the Information
of this Court, and the third of Each which the Master had in
his Custody, soe Came to the hands of the said Captaine
Story, and after to the hands of the said Captaine Stoakes
as aforesaid, And otherwise hee cannot depose, saving hee
referreth himselfe to the said Bill, and Copyes:/.
To the 15th article hee saith that after the Lading, and putting the said
Hydes Tobaccoe Cacoa Brazil Wood, and Ginger on board the
said ship the Saint Mary, shee departed therewith from Santa Domingo
towards Amsterdam. which hee knoweth for that hee departed
To the 16th hee saith that amongst the Instructions and directions
soe given unto him by Phillip Van hulten at Amsterdam
before such this deponents Comming thence, this deponent was ordered
in his returne, to put into the Canaryes, there to put ashore
such Spanairds as hee had there taken aboard, and to follow
such further orders as hee should there meete withall,
referring himselfe to the said Instructions./
To the seaventeenth hee saith that according to his said Orders
the said ship the Saint Mari[?a] came and arrived from Santa
Domingo to Santa Cru[?ise] in Teneriffe, where this deponent Landed the said
Spaniards, And well knowing that the arlate Cornelius
[X]uyskins was there the Correspondent of the said Phillip van
hulten, this Deponent went to him in Santa Cruze, and there he shewed this
deponent a Letter of order from the said Phillip Van hulten
dated at Amsterdam the twelveth of July 1658 (hollands Stile)
which this deponent was to followe./.
To the 18th