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Spanish West Indias, and back againe for England in the Downes
And the arlate Peter Ayleward, was by them Appointed to goe
the said voyage Supra Cargoe of the said ship, in Assistance
to this Deponent principall Supra Cargoe thereof, And the said
Betts. and Ayleward undertooke the said Imployment
within the time arlate. Which hee knoweth Goeing the
said voyage with them./

To the second hee saith and deposeth that the said Patrick
Betts carried out with him the said voyage in the said
ship divers Goods as Linnens, hatts, silke, and Pepper
and other Goods for his Owne Account, to the Vallue
of Two hundred Pounds Sterling or thereabouts. And
the said Ayleward Carried out in her Serges,
Perpetuanas, stockings, and Linnen, and other Goods
to the like Vallue or something Lesse. All to be Trucked
away in the Spanish West Indias for the Propper
account of the said Betts and Ayleward, who safely
arrived there with the same, On which voyage shee
departed from Amsterdam, in September, one thousand
six hundred ffifty seaven, which hee knoweth for the
reasons aforesaid:/


To the 3d 4th and 5th articles hee saith and deposeth that after
the Arivall of the said ship at the said West Indias
this deponent at the Instance and by the direction of the said Betts and Ayleward


and for their Account did (in regard the said Betts and Ayleward Could not be permitted to doe any busines ashore themselves) truck, and Barter away
their said Outward Goods, and procured and had in
Exchange, and returne thereof for the use and account
of the said Betts ffifteene Chests of Indico


marked with the first marke in the margent ffive
Chests of Drugs marked with the second marke in
the margent and alsoe Certaine other Druggs which the


said Betts Put into his Sea Chest[?s], And for the Account
of the said Peter Ayleward eleven Chests of Indico
marked with the third marke in the Margent two Chests
of Drugs marked with the fourth marke, and one


of Drugs marked with the fourth marke, and one
Chest of Druggs marked with the ffifth marke in
the Margent, and diverse other druggs which the said
Ayleward put into his sea Chests, All which said Indico
and Druggs, hee saith were really and truely bought
and provided with the goods, and for the respective
Accounts of the said Betts and Ayleward, and were
the Proceed of their respective outward goods:/: