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of London and John Tilley and John Chanternell of Amsterdam, and t[hen GUTTER]
that was the account thereof, and prayed the[?nce] in case of his death, to
advise (upon their arivall in the downes or dover) the said marchants of
London thereof, to receive order from then touching their discharge
And hee beleeveth the schedule annexed to bee the very same scheduleshoe shewn
by him, And further deposeth not

To the Interrogatories/[CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee came in the said shipp both to Milford haven
and into the Thames, and saith hee is a native of Olon in ffrance and
a subiect of the kinge of ffrance, and is a batchelour, and otherwise negatively
saving hee hath alwaies bin [?voyaging] and [XXXX] now setled habitation for the time interrogated

To the second hee saith hee was with the said Tilly and Chanter[?nell GUTTER]
at severall shipps where they bought severall of the said outwards goods, and
saw payment of money[?e]s for them, and otherwise negatively saving as

To the third hee cannot answer.

To the fourth hee cannot answer.

To the fifth hee cannot answer.

To the sixth and 7 hee saith that an officer (belonging as hee taketh it to the
man of warr that was their company) came aboard at Milford
and came in the said shipp to the downes) where the said other officers
came aboard her, and saith the said Betts and this deponent and
severall other of the Hopes company came alsoe in her from Milford
where shee had bin about six or seaven weekes after such her coming in before
her departure for london, in all which time there were not any goods
taken out of her, but all came into this River in the possession of
trhe said officers of this State, And referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition. And further cannot answer.

To the 8th hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 9 hee saith that hee was in this citie about three yeares since
and then knew the said Imployers of this citie, and did not know the
said Chanternell but from the beginning of this voyage, but Tilly [?longer GUTTER]
as aforesaid; and lately saw those of this citi[?a]

To the 10th hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 11th hee saith the said Robles is reputed a Portuguese
by nation. and otherwise cannot answer.

To 12 hee saith hee hath knowne the said John Tilly to be living [?at GUTTER]
Amsterdam about five yeares and a halfe last, and otherwise cannot [?answer GUTTER]

To the 13 hee cannot answer but beleeveth the contrary.

To the 14 hee referreth him selfe his foregoing deposition and otherwise
cannot answer.

To the 15 hee cannot answer.

To the 16 hee saith hee did noy see any of the said letters opened and
cannot otherwise answer than as aforesaid.

To the last hee saith the said schedule is in Spanish, and hee well
knoweth that the said John Lopez did not say that hee had any goods [?of GUTTER]
him selfe in the said shipp, nor what hee was to p[XXX] for the [XXX GUTTER]
voyage. And otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.

Repeated before doctor Godolphin.

Paul dalbis [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]