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To the 22th hee saith that the said shipp arived without any pistolls, [?fowling GUTTER]
peeces, swords or ammunition the said voyage other than for her [XXXX GUTTER]
defense and [?provision], nor were any trucked or sold away in the West
Indias, but John lopez gave foure away to freinds for [XXXX XXXX XX GUTTER]
presents and not otherwise, which were all that were [?carried XXX XXX GUTTER]

To the 23 and 24th hee saith that the said John lopez after such [XXXX GUTTER]
from the West Indias falling very sick even almost to death, [SSS GUTTER]
doubting of life, called this deponent and the said Bets and others [XXX GUTTER]
and holding in his hands and showing an account of the said goods [(?being GUTTER]
as hee saith the account annexed and now showed unto him) declared
unto them that it was a perfect account both of the outwards and
homewards cargo, and desired them to deliver the goods aboard
according thereunto, and [?avXXing] and declareing the particularities of
the said goods as aforesaid, [XXXXly] affirmed that they belonged to
Antony ffernandez and other the Imployers mentioned in the [XXXX GUTTER
thereof [?speaking] of and meaning the producents, and [XXXX GUTTER]
might come safe to them accordingly, and all this in the presence
and heareing of this deponent. And further hee deposeth not.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was borne in Waterford in Ireland
and is a Maried man, and hath dwelt and kept his wife and
family in and neere this City of London for tenne yeeres last
or thereabouts and otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition And to what followeth:/:

To the second hee answereth that hee was present at the buying
of the ship and most of the outwards Cargoe, and sawe [?bills GUTTER]
of Exchange from the Principalls in London sent to the said
Tilly and Chanternell for the receiving of moneyes of one [XXXX GUTTER]
and one Carrion marchants of Amsterdam upon whom
the same was Drawne, towards payment for the said ship and
Goods part of which money this Deponent helped to receive, And
saith hee had goods in the said ship for which hee hath a
Particular Claime, but hath noe Interest in those [XXXX GUTTER]
in this Claime, And beleeveth the said outward Cargo[?e ?was GUTTER]
wholly Mentioned in the schedule annexed, And otherwise
refrrs himselfe to his foregoeing deposition./.

To the third hee saith that the said ship, and goods were
bought and Provided, and the Trade mannaged upon the
Accoumt and stock of all the said Claimers And [?each GUTTER]
man Interested according to the Stock hee Advanced And
Accordingly they carrie the Adventure./.

To the 4th hee cannot Answer Referring himselfe to his
foregoeing deposition.

To the 5th hee Cannot Answer/:

To the 6th hee cannot answer
for hee this Deponent was come away before the said Ship
came from Milford Haven.

To the 7th hee saith hee Referreth himselfe to his for[?egoing GUTTER
Deposition made in this Cause, and saving the same he cannot
further Answer./.

To the 8th hee Cannot Answer.