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To the 9th hee saith hee hath very lately seene all the said
Imployers that Live in London, but hath not seene the
said Chanternell or Tilly since such his Departure from
To the 10th hee Cannot Answer.:/:
To the 11th hee saith the said Robbles is reputed a Portuguese by birth,
and otherwise hee cannot Answer./.
To the 12th hee saith the said John Tilly is reputed to have
lived seaven or eight yeeres in Amsterdam, and of this
Deponents knowledge hee was living with his wife and
family there when this Deponent soe proceeded thense
and otherwise hee cannot Answer../.
To the 13th Negatively for his Part and otherwise hee cannot
Answer: but beleeveth none of them tooke any such oath
as is Interrate./.
To the 14th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and otherwise negatively touching the [?time] by him
deposed to the 16th Article Interrogated./:
To the 15th hee cannot Answer./:
To the 16th negatively for his part and otherwise referreth
himselfe to his foregoeing deposition../.
To the last hee Answereth that the schedule Interrogated
is written in the Spanish Language, And saith that the
said John Lopez did not then speake of any Goods in
the said ship belonging to himselfe, nor what hee was
to have for his service in the said voyage, And otherwise
hee cannot Answer/.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Peter Aylward [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 16th of Aprill 1650:
Otto Tompson and Guiadier:}
in the Hope}
Examined on the said Allegation./
Peter Ayleward of the parish of Saint Catherin
Creechurch London Merchant aged 40 yeeres
or thereabouts, sworne and Examined./.
To the first Article of the said Allegation hee saith that in
the moneth of September 1657: the Arlate Jacomo Otto
did goe out in the arlate ship the Hope from Amsterdam
to the Spanish West Indias, and Caried out with him
in the said ship the said voyage for his owne Accomt
in Linnen, knives, and some stuffs, to a Considerable vallue
And the said William alias Jacob Thompson in the moneth
of September 1657: did goe out in the said ship the said voyage
Carpenter of her, and Carried out with him in the said shipp the
said voyage for his owne Account about Eight hundred