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To the third hee saith the said outwards lading consisted in Lemons
silke stuffs kerseys, haberdasherie and other goods mentioned n his
factorie booke, which is in the hands of Captaoine Stoakes, and saith there
was a little tarr alsoe carried in her as in the said factorie booke is to be
seene, and about thirtie arobes of oile, but noe wine other then aforesaid
nor any pitch. And saith there was the materialls and rigging of
a shallop carried out in the said shipp to the West Indies, to the end
to be there made up, and used in fetching in lading for
the shipp,and was set up and imployed accordingly. And when the
shipp was laded the said shallop was there sold, and saith the Governour
of Santo domingo was addressed unto by the said Mexia and this deponent
for license or leave to trade there, and saith they first treated with
him by letters from aboard to come into water and stay leakes and afterwards being admiited in they got his full
leave to trade, which they soe obtained by money given unto him as is [?the]
usuall in such case and not otherwise, And otherwise negatively saving
as aforesaid, referring himselfe to his said factorie-booke for the
particularities of things bought and sold.
To the fourth hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition, and
saith the said wine and oile were taken in at Santa Cruse.
To the fifth hee saith that in their retourne from Santa domingo they
met with some Spanish shipps, aboard the Admirall whereof the said
John Mexia went, and having carried some presents of Cacoa and
Sugar and otherwise made friends amongest them, and telling them
hee came from Santa domingo, bound for Santa Cruse, hee avoided
visiting, and soe the Mary came cleare away, and otherwise negatively
saving as aforesaid, referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
Jean Moller [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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