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Deponent in order thereunto to returne againe on board the said ship
and bring her with her said lading within the sight of
Cales, and said, that hee would ffreight a vessell, and send
her without Cales to them to receive the hydes and Brazil
wood.. (as much as such vessell soe ffreighted should Containe
out of the Santa Maria into such vessell, and Carry the same
for Amsterdam, and for the Cacoa, and Tobaccoe and
Ginger, hee said that hee would there receive and sell
them. or otherwise dispose of them, as the sayd Van hulten should afterwards
order, and appoint him, for account of the said Imployers
And otherwise referring himselfe to the said Letter, or
fourth schedule hee Cannot depose./.

To the 24th 25th and 26th articles hee saith and deposeth that having
soe seene the said letter and received the said order from the said Re[?nnier]son as
aforesaid, this deponent departed and went back to the said shipp to the Roade
of Gibraltar, where shee was put at an anchor, and being come aboard
caused her anchor to be weighed with intent to saile her with her said goods
neere Cadiz, and saith that in her course, about five or six miles from
Cadiz, shee met with a dutch shipp called the Pr[?opatr]ia
of Skedam (Jacob [?Mutz] master) belonging to hollanders subiects of the states
of the united Netherlands, which had bin freighted by the said Re[?nniers]son and
was comming towards them to take in all or the greatest part of the Saint Marias
hides (to her the said Prop[?a]trias's full lading) and soe meeting hee saith
they came to an anchor in sight of Cadiz, and being soe at an anchor
in persuanace of the said order they fell to taking out the hides out of the
Mary into the Propoatria, and intended wholly to take the said shipp
Propatria for Amsterdam therewith there to be delivered to the said
Van hulten for the account of him and Partners aforesaid, but that being
thereon busie, a storme arose which forced them from their anchors, out to sea,
and that afterwards the winde being more convenient to retourne into the Bay of
Gibraltar then [?neere] Cadiz, they went with both the said shipps into
the Bay of Gibralt[?e]r, and there anchoring fell againe to worke to
finish the said lading of the Propatria, and while they were soe busie
and had taken out of the Mary into the Propatria six thousand two
hundred and four score of the said hides, and three hundred twenty three
peeces of Brazill wood for Amsterdam as aforesaid, namely on or
about the nineteenth of November last (holland stile) there came the
ffairfax frigot (Robert Stor[?e]y Commander) and tooke and seized both the
said vessells the Mary and the Propatria with their respective ladings
and carried them to Tituan, and being there arived this deponent delivered
to the said Captaine under the hand of the said Skipper of the Propatria
the said Skippers receipt of the said 6280 hides and 323 peeces of Brazil wood
into the Propatria, of which hides the said Captaine Story caused three
thousand five hundred and twenty three to be retourned or reladed into the
Saint Mary, and the rest [XX] two thousand seaven hundred seaven and fiftie
hee tooke into his said shipp or frigot the ffairfax together with the said
three hundred twenty three peeces of Brazill wood, and soe dismissed and
sent the Popatria [XXXX] away, and carried the Saint Mary and all her
foresaid lading and what was soe taken into the frigot to Tolon, and
there delivered them to the power of Captaine Stoakes, all which hee
knoweth, seeing the premisses soe donne.

To the 27th hee saith that at and upon the said seizure the
said Captaine Story alsoe seized and tooke in and from the Saint Mary all