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to carry the said goods soe laded at Cadiz which were laded by the said Wilmot for the said account
for account of himselfe, Simon delbo and Company alsoe English Merchants
for which there was a Charter partie passed betweene the said Captaine
Morales and the said Wilmot, and at Cartagena hee saith there were
about an hundred and fiftie bales of the said English marchants said goods
to be delivered, and this deponent was imployed to goe along to sea to
the transport and deliverie of the lading, and accordingly saw the
delivery of the said number of bales of goods at Cartagena, unto John
Cuello factor for the said English merchants, which Cuello went
along therewith in the shipp and went ashore with the said goods soe
delivered at Cartagena, where hee was to dispose of them, and
for the rest of the said shipps lading the sugar was thence carried to the
havanna and there disposed of by the said Captaine Morales being
thereto imployed and to whose disposall they were consigned, like as those
delivered at Cartagena were consigned to the disposall of the said Cuello
who hee saith is a Spaniard of Saint Lucars, and subiect of the said king,
And further deposeth not.

To the third Interrogatorie hee saith the said shipp last before shee
was seized came from the havana in the Iland of Cuba, and that
the name of the frigot that tooke her was the Nightingale commanded
by Captaine Lightfoote, and that the lading (that was aboard her at the time of
the said seizure) was taken into her at the havana aforesaid, And were
as followeth videlicet two thousand three hundred and fourtie kintalls
of Campecha wood, which hee saith was laded for and was to be delivered
at Teneriff in the Canaries for the account of the said Wilmot, delbo
and Company English merchants aforesaid freighters aforesaid, One
thousand five hundred raw hides, of which hides there
were five hundred and sixtie or thereabouts and alsoe six chests of sugar laded at
havana by Miguel da ffaguagua for account of don Lewes Perez da
Vittoria subiect of the said king and dwelling in the said Iland of Teneriife
where they were to be delivered to him or his use. And
saith the other five hundred of the said hides were laded by
[?Ivan] Britton at havana, which Britton is a Portuguese and lived
in the Indies, and came thence with his said goods for Teneriff
where hee was to receive them. Two hundred and fiftie more of the
rest of the said hides, were as hee saith laded at havana by Antonio
Veloso tthere dwelling and being subiect of the said king, and consigned
to be delivered to Simon Riverzo Inhabitant in Teneriff, alsoe
subiect of the said king and native of the Canaries, but for
whose account hee knoweth not, and for the remainder of the said hides
hee saith they were laded by the said Captaine Morales for account
of ffrancis Pepyn a ffrenchman of Saint Malo's, but to be delivered at
Teneriff by his order. And further shee had then aboard foure
and twenty baggs of the drugg called Halappa or Jallop which were
laded by don ffernando Attalia Mendia a Spaniard and subiect of
the said kinge and the same were at Teneriff to be delivered to the
said don ffernando for his owne account. And over and besides the
foresaid six chests, which were for account as aforesaid, there were in her
seaventie five chests of sugar were laded as hee saith by the said
Captaine Morales, for account of the person or persons mentioned
in the said Captaines owne memorialls which account hee saith is unknowne to him