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The 16th of Aprill 1659:/

[GUTTER ?Q:] ffernandez and others in the}
hope aforesaid]

Examined on the said Allegation:/


Patrick Betts of Tower hill London
Marriner aged 30 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/.

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and
Deposeth that in the monethes of May and June 1657:
the arlate Mr Antonio ffernandez, Mr John Page Mr Gowen
Painter and Mr Antonio Roderiguez Robles had treaty and
Correspondence together about sending a ship and Cargoe
of Goods from England to holland, and from thence
to the Spanish West Indias, for their account, and the said
Cargo was to be bartered away for Goods and Comodites
of that Country for their said Account, And this deponent
about the begining of the said Moneth of May 1657 as
spoken to by the said Mr ffernandez, and Mr Page, to goe
Master of the ship that should goe the said Voyage, which
this Deponent undertooke, and this Deponent was frequently
with the said Merchants and made Privy to their said Designe
And after this Deponent was gone from London to Amsterdam
upon the said voyage and Designe hee this Deponent and
Mr Lopez and others that were made
Privy to the said Designe and Voyage were hence Informed
by a Letter from the foresaid Imployers that Mr Andrew
Dunkyn (meaning Mr Dunkin the Producent,) was admitted
a sharer in the ship that should doe the said voyage and the Cargoe that was to be Carried
outward in her, and alsoe the Cargoe which should be brought
home in her, And saith that the said Mr ffernandez Mr Page,
Mr Painter and Mr Robles. did here buy Provide in or about the said
moneth of May and June 1657 a great Quantity of goods. namely
Stuffes Serges. Perpetuanas silkes Callicoes and other woollen
goods. amounting to the Vallue of seaven hundred Pounds
sterling or thereabouts, which said Goods the said Producents
sent hence in two ships for Amsterdam, where they
were to be Delivered to the arlate John Tilly, and John
Chanternell Merchants Living in Amsterdam, And the arlate
Peter Ayleward went hence to Amsterdam in one of the
said shipps., And the said John Lopez (who was designed by
the said Producents to goe Cheife Supra Cargoe the said Voyage)
and this Deponent in the said other ship to Amsterdam, And
the said Mr ffernandez Mr Page Mr Painter and Mr Robles
sent letters over to Amsterdam with bills of Exchange inclosed to the said Tilly and Chanternell
to buy and Provide more goods, and alsoe to buy a ship to goe
the said Voyage, to Carry the said Goods, Carried over thether