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Saint Laurence, by the said Mr Caseby shee set saile with
the same, and other goods aboard from this Port to the Canaryes
and there safely arrived in May last and there delivered the said
goods Laden by the said Caseby to the said Don Christovall
da Alvarado, and hee having receaved the same, shortly
after provided and laded on board the said ship the Saint Laurence
to be transported in her to this Port of London, and here
to be delivered to the said Mr Caseby and upon the said Mr Casbyes acccount (as
namely five pipes of the said wine marked with the first
marke in the margent, some pipes marked with the 2d marke
in the margent, and the rest of the said fforty five pypes of wines marked
with the third marke in the margent, And one hundred
and thirty bundles of Salsa Perillia::- And Alsoe two other Pipes
of Canary wines marked with the fourth marke, and
a Hogshead of Red wine, which had noe marke, for which said
two pipes of Canary and the hogsheads of Red wine there
was noe bill of lading signed. This hee deposeth being
Master of the same ship, And further cannot depose./.

To the 10th hee saith that after the lading of the foresaid
47: pipes and a hogshead of wine and the bundles of Sassaperilla on board the said ship
and when shee was ready to depart from the Canaryes
this deponent receaved a pacquet of Letters from the said
Alvarado who desired this deponent to deliver them to Mr
Caseby the producent, and this deponent after his arrivall here sent them to the said Mr Caseby but the
Contents of the said Letters hee knoweth not And
further hee cannot depose

To the 11th and 12th hee saith, that about A day after the said
25 pipes of wines and sassaperillia were laden aboard the said
ship the Saint Laurence, this deponent signed three bills of Lading
for the same all of one Tenor and haveing perused the bill of
Lading formerly Exhibited remaining in the Registry of this Court the same was and is one
of the said Three bills. and was really and truely subscribed
by this deponent. And saith that there was noe bill of Lading
made or signed for the said two pipes of Canarye
wines, and the said hogsheads of Red Canary, as aforesaid
But the said Alverado. did tell this deponent that they were
for the accompt of the said Mr Caseby, and in regards
the said two pipes were not soe good as the rest of the
wines, the said Don Christovall da Aleverado did order
this deponent to sell the same in the West Country of England