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To the 23th and 24th articles of the said Allegation And schedule or ffactory Annexed hee saith that
about two dayes after the Departure of the said ship from Matansa aforesaid the said [?John GUTTER]
Lopez fell dangerously sick, soe that this deponent and the said Lopez himselfe, and all the said
Company did verily thinke that hee would the have dyed, and thereupon the
said Lopez called this deponent Mr Ayleward and severall other of the ships Company
into his Cabbin where hee lay very sick, and upon their Coming, hee tooke the
ffactory of the outward and homewards Cargoe of the said ship into his hand[?s GUTTER]
(being the very same ffactory annexed to the said Allegation now shewed unto him)
and said and declared that the same was a true account or ffactory both of the [outward GUTTER]
and homeward Cargoe and desired this deponent and the rest then and there present
to deliver the same unto the said Mr ffernandez Mr Page and the rest of the Producents, in case shee should chance to
Dye and wished that they might come safe to them; or to that effect. And did then
and there in this deponents hearing say and declare that there were three hundred and [XXX GUTTER]
Chests of Indico and Druggs, two small skinns of Druggs, two small barrells of Druggs [XXX GUTTER]
hyde and 1094 Roves of saperillia all for the Account of the said Antonio fferenande[z GUTTER]
Gowen Painter John Page Andrew Dunkin Antonio Robles John Tilly and John Cha[XXX GUTTER]
and in Case hee dyed, hee desired this deponent and Company then present to Deliver the same
accordingly, telling them (as they all well knew) that they were the Proceed of the
Producents outward goods: carried out in the said ship the said voyage. or to that [?effect GUTTER]

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was borne at Clon[?m]el in the County of Tepperary in Ireland and is a [XXXX GUTTER]
and hath lived here in London for theise 20 yeeres last, saving when hee hath bin in voyages, and was
Master of the said ship the said voyage, and came in her into the River of Thames, hath noe share in the
goods in this Claime Claimed, but had some goods in the ship for his owne account [?which GUUTER]
was seized for which hee hath made a particular Claime, and to the rest negatively:/.

To the second hee saith hee was present at the buying the said ship hope at Amsterdam, by the [?said GUTTER]
Mr Tilly and Mr Chanternell, and sawe most of the money paid by them to the Party that sold her, [?and GUTTER]
alsoe sawe most of the outwards goods bought and paid for, And saith hee beleeveth the schedule [?Interrogate GUTTER]
to containe all the said ships outward Cargo, saving some goods that this deponent and some others of the [XXX GUTTER]
carried out for their owne Proper accounts and to the rest hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition

To the 3d hee saith that the outwards and homewards Cargoes were upon the Joint account of
the said Claimers, and each man was to have according to the share that hee advanced [XXXX GUTTER]

To the 4th hee is not able to answer thereto:/.

To the 5th hee cannot answer being then at Milford:/.

To the 6th hee saith that this deponent was in the possession of the said ship and goods when [XXX GUTTER]
came from Milford haven, and otherwise cannot Answer./

To the 7th hee saith that the said ship stayed at Milford haven from the 11th of December
untill the 22th of ffebruary following, and otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition hee answereth [?not GUTTER]

To the 8th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, where hee hath satisfyed [XXSXX GUTTER]

To the 9th hee saith hee hath knowne Mr Page Mr Painter and Mr Robles for theise six yeeres [and GUTTER]
the said Mr ffernandez for about fifteene yeeres last, and Mr dunkin for about three [yeeres GUTTER]
last and Mr Tilly for about tenne or twelve yeeres last and Mr Chanternel for about [XXX GUTTER]
yeeres last and hath lately seene the said Page Painter Robbles ffernandez, and Dunkin [XXX GUTTER]

To the 10th hee saith that Mr Painter did live upon the Island of Teneriffe when there was
Peace betweene England and Spaine, but upon the Difference betweene [XXXXXXX GUTTER]
the said Mr Painter was banished from thence with many other English merchants this deponent being
there and seeing the same, and to the rest negatively for his part:/.

To the 11th hee saith that Mr Robles is reputed a Portugall by birth, and further cannot answer

To the 12th hee saith hee knoweth not how long the said Tilly hath lived at Amsterdam [?and to the GUTTER]
rest negatively for his part./.

To the 13th negatively. for his part:/.

To the 14th negatively:/.

To the 15th hee cannot Answer./.

To the 16th hee Cannot answer saving as aforesaid/.

To the 17th hee saith that the foresaid schedule or ffactory annexed to the said Allegation is written in the Spanish
Language, and is the very originall schedule or ffactory which the said Mr Lopez
shewed to this Deponent and the others aforesaid. And to the rest negatively/

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/: