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The 11th of Aprill 1659:/.

The Claime of Jacomo Otto}
for twelve Chests of Indico}
and Wine Skinns of Indico}
and one Sea Chest with some}
Druggs in it. and of William}
alias Jacob Thompson for thirty}
five Chests of Indico, and of}
[?bartholomew] Guiderie for two}
skinns of Indico, and one}
Chest of Indico, lately seized in}
the ship the Hope whereof Patrick}
Betts was Master on behalfe of his}
Highnes etcetera Smith Suckley Budd}

Examined on the Allegation given in on behalfe of
the said Claimers

John Lopez of Cadiz Merchant
aged 30 yeares or thereabouts sworne
and Examined:/:

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith
and deposeth that within the time arlate the arlate Jacomo
Otto went out in the arlate ship the Hope (Patrick Betts
Master) from Amsterdam, to the Spanish West Indias,
and Carried out with him in the said ship for his
owne Proper account in Linnen knives, and other
goods to the Vallue of One hundred and ffifty
pounds sterling. And the arlate William allias Jacob
Thompson within the time arlate went out Carpenter
of the said ship for his Propper account a quantity
ofLinnen, Pepper, Spicery and other goods. amounting
to the Vallue of 200 Pounds sterling and upwards
And the arlate Bartholomew Guiderio Within the
time arlate did goe out in the said ship as one of
her Companie, and Carried out with him in the
said ship for his owne Account divers Parcells of pepper
and other goods amounting to the Vallue of twenty
Pounds and upwards: And saith that all the said
partyes arrived with their said Goods in the said ship the
Hope in the Spanish West Indias: The Premisses hee
deposeth being made Privy to the providing and putting and Lading of the
said goods on board the said ship, and goeing all the said voyage in her

To the 2d and 3d and 4th hee saith that after the arrivall of the
said ship the Hope, and the foresaid Partyes and goods
in the said West Indias. This deponent at the Instance
and by the direction of the said Claimers did there
Barter and sell their said goods, for their Propper
Account, And saith that hee this deponent had and procured
twelve Chests of Indico marked with the first marke