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To the sixth 7th and eighth hee saith that after the buying and providing of
the said Indicos and Druggs they were for the said
respective Accounts laden on board the said shipp the
Hope in the said West Indias, to be thence
Caried in her to England or the Downes, and the said
ship departed from the West Indias accordingly to come
for the Downes, but in her Course of Proceeding
was by Stormy Weather forced into Milford
haven, whence shee was after Conveyed to this
Port, And saith that the said Ayleward
in the said ships Passage at sea, not farr from the
West Indias, bought of one Toriba ffernandez
one of the said ships Company sixteene Arobs
of Sa[?r]saperilla. and paid him for the
greatest part thereof in Cloathes. and undertooke to
Pay him the rest, And by the said Buyin the said
Ayleward became owner of the said sixteene
Arobs of Sa[?r]saperilla. Which hee knoweth being
Present at the Premisses. and Privy to the said
Aylewards buying the said Sa[?r]saperilla./.
To the 9th article hee saith, that at the time of the
staying of the said ship at Milford haven, and of her
Comming into the hands of the Officers of this State
all the said Indico, Druggs, and Sa[?r]saperill were
aboard her of this Deponents Certaine knowledge
as alsoe many other goods for the Account of the said
ships owners and othes, And further hee deposeth not.
To the last hee saith that hee hath knowne the said
Partick Betts and Peter Ayleward for five or
six yeares last, and hath bin at the said Aylewards
house in Leaden hall Streete, and seene his wife
and family there. and saith that they are Commonly
accounted Irishmen and subiects of this Commonwealth
And further hee Cannot depose
Juan [XXXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
See his answers to the Interrogatories hereunder.