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from thence to send advise to the said Producents here in London
of their arrivall, and Receive order whether the said ship and
her Lading should be brought up to London, or carryed to

To the 5th hee saith that after the Lading all the said goods and
merchandizes on board the said ship hope and the receiving of the
foresaid Orders soe given as aforesaid, the said ship set
saile from Amsterdam, with all the said cargoe
on board her (amounting to the Vallue of about 2500 li stock
and arrived with the same at Trinidad, Comana,
Truxill[?o], and Honduras in the Spanish west
Indias, And in the said Indias the said John Lopez did truck and
Barter away, the said Outwards goods, and Merchandizes
for the Account of the said Mr ffernandez Mr Page
Mr Painter, Mr Roblez Mr Dunkin Mr Tilly and
Mr Chanternel for Indico Druggs hydes and sassaperillia
which hee knoweth for the Reasons aforesaid goeing all the
said voyage Master of the said ship and being Privy to the
said Designe, and further doth not depose/.

To the 6th and 7th hee saith that the said John Lopez did at the
Ports and Places aforesaid in the west Indias with the foresaid
goods and Merchandizes carried out in the said ship hope for the
account of the said Producents buy and Provide, in Truck and
receivefor the same, two hundred and Eighty Chests of Indigo
and twenty two Chests, two small barrells, and two small
Potacks of Druggs foure hundred seaventy and six hydes
and one Thousand Ninety and foure Roves of sassaperilla
All which said Indicoes Drugs hydes and sassaperillya were
after the said buuying and providing as aforesaid laden and Put
on board the said ship hope by the said John Lopez, upon and for
the sole and Propper account and Adventure of the said
ffernandez, Page, Painter, Dunkin Robbles, Tilly, and
Chanternel, and were upon their said Propper account,
to be Transported and Carried in the said ship from thence
to Dover or the Downes, there to expect and receive order
as aforesaid, And after the said goods were soe laden on board
the said ship, the said Lopez and this Deponent and Company
set saile therewith from and out of the said West Indias,
to Come to Dover or the Downes, but in her Course thether she
was by foule weather forced and driven into Milford haven
which hee knoweth arriving there in her,/:

To the 8th hee saith that after the Arrivall of the said ship hope
in Milford haven the said John Lopez came thence to London
by Land to advise the said Producents here in London; who did
Procure a warrant for a Convoy for the said ship and Lading
for London, from the Commissioners of the Admiralty and Navy and sent it to this deponent [?at ?Milford GUTTER]

To the 9th hee saith that the ship the hope and her Lading were
not seized or made stay of by order of this Court or any