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To the fourth hee saith hee hath knowne the said producents as
aforesayd and saith the said Bartholomew Guardier is a mariner and
useth to saile out of Holland and back and to other places, and this deponent
never knew him or either of the other two ever live in [?Spaine], And
otherwise hee cannot answer saving his foregoeing deposition to which hee referreth
and saving the said [?Guiordia] is a married man and hath his wife living in [?doorXXX]
aforesaid and two children, but the said Tompson is reputed a batchelour.

Paul dalbis [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before Doctor


The 20th day of Aprill 1659./.

ffernendez and others against}
the Hope aforesayd:/:}

Examined on the sayd Allegation./@


Manoel De Fonseca of London
Merchant, aged 21 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined:/:

To the first, second, third, and fourth articles of the sayd Allegation
hee saith that in and about the monethes of May and June
16757: the arlate Mr ffernandez and Mr Page had discourse
and treaty with one John Lopez about sending a ship and
Cargoe from England or Holland to the Spanish West
Indias for the Account of them the sayd Mr ffernandez
and Mr Page, and Company, and desired the said Lopez
to Goe Supra Cargoe of the ship that should foe the sayd
Voyage and to mannage the Trucking, selling,
and Bartering away of the Outward Cargoe at the said
West Indias, for their best Advantage, which the said John
Lopez at their Instance undertooke: And the said Mr
ffernandez and Mr Page, and Company, apointed one
Patrick Betts to goe Master of the sayd ship which should goe the
voyage, and alsoe appointed one Ayleward to goe assistant
to the said John Lopez; And the said Designe and voyage
being Agreed upon the said Mr ffernandex bought or
caused to be bought a Considerable Quantity of Goods
on this City, namely stuffs of severall sorts, and silke
stockings and other Goods, and this deponent was present
at the buying of some of the said Goods, and sawe money
paid for some of the same by the said Mr ffernandez
his Cashier, with the sayd Mr ffernandez his Money, and by
his Order, and after the sayd goods were soe bought, and
Provided they were put on board one of his Dutch vessells,
and sent over therein to Amsterdam, and the said Lopez
Ayleward and Betts, or some or one of them went
over therewith, And the sayd Goods were Consigned to be delivered
at Amsterdam to one John Tilly Merchant there Resding
and the said Mr ffernandez then wrote to the sayd Tilly to Provide
more Goods there and alsoe to buy a shipp to Carry the goods which
should be there bought and those which were sent over by him the
said Mr ffernandez, and other Merchants from hence to the Spanish