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To the 5th and 6th hee saith that the said Mr Caseby and Company
having occasion to ffreight a ship to the Canaryes and to send
goods in her to the Canaryes and to bring back wines
and other goods to this Port, did hire and lade to ffreight
by Charter Party bearing date the fifteenth day of March
1657: the arlate ship the Saint Laurence of and from mr Richard
fford Merchant of this City; the then and now, Owner of
the said ship the Saint Laurence, whereof this deponent was and is
Master, and having now perused the Charterparty to the said Allegation
annexed hee saith the same was and is the foresaid Charterparty
made betweene the said Mr Caseby and Company and the said Mr
fford, and was really and truely signed sealed and delivered by the said Mr fford
and this Deponent on or about the say of the date thereof, and
further cannot depose, saving hee sawe the said Mr fford
subscribe his name, and set his seale to the said Charterparty.

To the 7th 8th and 9th hee saith that in the moneth of March last. and after
the hyring of the said ship as aforesaid. the said John Caseby
did lade or cause to be laden on board the said ship then lying in
the River of Thames bound for the Canaryes 29 Bales
?20 foure Trunckes two boxes, two fatts of severall goods, and
about twenty thousand five Hundred of Pipe Staves
or thereabouts, (but the vallue thereof this deponent Knoweth
not) about halfe of which said goods were foor the account of Mr Caseby and consigned to be Delivered to the said Don
Christobal Alverado, at the Canaryes, where all the said Goods
were delivered to him he said Christoval da Alvarado.
who receaved the same, and saith hee carried a packet of Letters
from the said Mr Caseby, Directed to the said Alvarado, which this
deponent delivered to the said Alvarado, but the Contents of the
said Letters hee knoweth not, and having now perused the bill of
Lading annexed to the said Allegation hee saith that the same was and is
one of the bills of Lading for the foresaid goods, and was on or
about the 26th day of March last really signed by him this deponent. And
as hee hath Credibly heard and verily beleeveth the goods
mentioned in the bill of Lading marked and numbred with the first marke and numbers in
the said bill did belong to one Mr Lingham, and those of the fourth marke
and numbers to one Mr Prescot, and those goods marked and numbred with the second
and third markes and numbers in the said bill did belong to Mr caseby.
And saith that the putting of all the foresayd goods in one bill of
Lading was done to avoyd Troble in making many bills, and
by the Consent of the said Caseby Lingham and Prescot, and saith
that after the Lading of the foresaid goods on board the said ship the