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Yeere since, hee removed from thence, and tooke a house [in Leaden GUTTER]
hallstreete London, and there liveth at Present with his wife and
ffamily. And the said Ayleward is a subject of this Comonwealth and
soe Comonly accounted and reputed, which hee deposeth for the
reasons aforesaid And further cannot depose:/:
To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee doth not knowe the ship the Hope, [?nor GUTTER]
nothing of her voyage, And saith hee this Deponent was borne at [XXX GUTTER]
in Ireland, and hath lived for theise tenne yeeres last in [XXX GUTTER]
and to the rest Negatively./.
To the 2d and 3d hee cannot answer thereto for the reasons aforesaid
The 4th Concerneth him not/.
To the 5th hee saith, hee hath knowne the Interrogated Patrick Betts for theise twelve
yeeres last, and hath well knowne, and bin acquainted with the
said Ayleward for theise seaven and twenty yeeres last as aforesaid last, [XXXX GUTTER]
said Betts is said to be a Battchelour, but the said Ayleward is [?as GUTTER]
aforesaid a Married Man. And otherwise negatively:/:
All 4 repeated before Doctor Godolphin:
The marke of the + [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The 19th day of Aprill 1659:/.
Q: ffernandez Page and others in}
the hope aforesaid}
Examined on the said Allegation/.
Domingo De la Cerda of London Merchant
aged 25 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and
To the first 2: 3: and 4th hee saith that about the monethes of May and June 1657
the arlate Antonio Robles, oftentimes had discourse and Treaty
with the arlate John Lopez: aboyt sending a ship, and Cargoe from
England or holland to the Spanish West Indias for the Account
of him the said Robbles, and other Merchants here residing and at Length
the said Mr Robles, and the other merchants agreed about the
said Designe and Voyage, And the said Mr Lopez was by the said
Mr Robbles. and the rest of the Merchants Appointed to goe [XXX GUTTER]
Supra Cargoe of the ship that shoud goe the said voyage and the management of the said designe was [?by ?him and XXXX GUTTER]
My Ayleward was appointed to be assistant to him the said Mr Lopez the said Voyage
by the said Mr Robbles, and the said other merchants and one Mr [XXX GUTTER]
was by them appointed to goe Master of the ship that should [?goe GUTTER]
the said voyage and after the same was agreed upon, [?the ?said GUTTER]
other Merchants who XXX appeared to be Mr ffernandez. Mr Painter and Mr [XXX GUTTER]
provided a Considerable quantity of goods. there, and sent the [?same GUTTER]
over to Amsterdam in shipps, with the said Lopez, Ayleward
Betts. and the said Mr Robles sent a Letter then but [XXXX GUTTER]
of Exchange [XXXX] to one Manoel Rodrigues Carion Merchant of
Amsterdam, and ffactor there of the said Robles, and ordered [?the ?said GUTTER]
Carion to receive the Monyes that were to be paid [?for GUTTER]
the said Bills of Exchange, and to deliver the same to the
said John Lopez, or his order, in part towardspayment for a shipp and [XXX GUTTER]
they were there[XXX] provided for the said voyage by Mr Tilly and an [XXXXX XXXXXX GUTTER]
Amsterdam. And saith that after the said Lopez Ayleward and [XXX GUTTER]
arrived with the foresaid Cargoe of Goods, sent hence with [XXX GUTTER]
Domingo De la Cerda
Manoel Rodrigues CarionMerchant of Amsterdam, and ffactor in Amsterdam of Antonio Robles, merchant of London
House in Leadenhallstreete London