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Respectively as is beforementioned, and were to be
Transported in the said ship Hope to Dover or the Downes
upon their said Account and Adventure All hee verily beleeveth
The Premisses hee deposeth goeing all the said voyage
Assistant to the said Mr Lopez and assting him in many and
things on shore in the said Indias, This Deponent speaking the
Spanish Language, And further cannot depose./

To the 4th hee saith that after the Lading of the foresaid Goods
on board the said ship. shee (with other Goods on board
her) set saile from the said Spanish West Indias
to come for Dover or the Downes, but in her Course of
Proceeding thether shee was by stormy and tempestious
weather forced into Milford haven And further doth
not depose/.

To the 5th hee saith that at the time of the staying of the
said ship at Milford haven, all the foresaid respective parcells
of Indicoes and Druggs were on board the said ship, and
came to the hands of the seizors And further deposeth

To the 6th and 7th hee saith that the said Jacomo Otto, and
William alias Jacob Thompson were and are Comonly accounted
dutchmen borne, and subjects of the States of the United
Provinces and the said Bartholomew Guiadier is Comonly
reputed a ffrenchman borne, and a subject of the ffrench
King, and further Cannot depose./.

To the Interrogatories:/. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was in the said ship the Hope
when she came into Milford Haven, where he left her
and Came to London by Land and did not come in her
from Milford Haven into the River of Thames; and was
as aforesaid Assistant to Mr Lopes the said voyage, And
saith this deponent was borne at Waterford in Ireland
and hath lived in and about London with his wife and
family for about tenne yeeres last (saving such time as
hee hath bin out on Voyages). and otherwise negatively saving
hee had some goods on board the said ship when shee was seized
for which hee hath a particular Claime.

To the second hee saith as aforesaid that hee verily beleeveth and
is perswaded in his Conscience that the foresaid Goods did
really and solely belong to the said Claimer: and to noe other
person or persons whatsoever. And saith that hee did not see the
foresaid goods Carried out by the said Claimers bought or paid for
and Referreth him selfe to his foregoeing deposition and further
cannot Answer./.