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To the 18th article and the third schedule therein mentioned
now shewed unto him, hee saith and deposeth that the said
schedule was and is a True Copy of the said Letter[?X]
of Order, soe by this Deponent met with all in the hands
of the said Cornelius Suyskins at Santa Cruze, and [XXX]
the Contents thereof are true, and soe had and done
as therein is Contained, And this Deponent knoweth
the firme of the said Letter soe shewed him by the
said Cornelius Suyskins to be the Propper hand of
the said Phillip Van hulten; And otherwise hee
cannot Depose./.

To the 19th he referreth himselfe to the said Letter, the Contents
whereof hee saith are true as aforesaid:/.

To the 20th article hee saith that after and upon the said [?Suyskins]
showing the said Letter of Order to this Deponent this Deponent
endorsed on the back side of the said Bills of Lading soe signed
for the said Goods. that which thereon is to be seene [?touching]
the Carrying of the said ship and goods to the Bay of
Cadiz in persuance of the Order of the said Phillip
Van hulten, and to deliver the said ships Lading to
Peter Reniersen or his order, And the said Skipper John
Van Linen signed the said Endorsements and Otherwise
referring himselfe to the said Letter of Order, and
the said Endorsements upon the said Bills: hee Cannot depose

To the 21th hee saith that after the said Endorsements were
soe made, this deponent and the said John Van Linen
and Company, with the said ship and Lading departed
from Santa Cruze for the Baye of Cadiz, and came and
arrived therewith in the Bay of Gibralter, and th[XX]
came to an Anchor, All which hee knoweth being still [XXX]

To the 22th and 23th articles and the fourth schedule mentioned
in the said 22th article (now shewed unto him hee saith
and deposeth, that being soe come to an Anchor in the said Baye
of Gibralter, this deponent and the said John Mexia de [?herera]
(leaving the said ship there R[?a]jding with the said Lading)
went ashore, and roade to Cadiz, and there went to the
house of the said Peter Reniersen, who knowing this
Deponent and the Casue fo their Comming showed this Deponent
a letter from the said Phillip Van Hulten, whereof hee
saith the said fourth schedule was and is a true Copy[?e]
this deponent having seene and read them both, [XXX]
showing of which Letter, the said Rennerson required this