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this deponent, And lastly three thousand [?Manocu's] and upwards of
tobacco, which hee saith were laded by the mariners and [?XXXX]
for their accompt. And for the said Campecha wood
being aboard for the said freighters, hee saith the same was laded by the
said Captaine Morales for their account. And further deposeth [?not]
To the fourth Interrogatorie hee saith the said Captaine hath [?his]
house and familie at saint Lucars. And saith the said John Wil[?mot]
gave instructions for the said voyage for soe much as concerned the
freighters goods, which was for the shipp to goe and deliver part of their goods at [?XX]
Cartagena and the rest at havana, and with the proceed to lade
the said Campecha wood, and saith there were bills of lading signed
therefore and for the rest of the goods seized, by this deponent, and
that many of her papers were seized by the Captaine of the Nightingale ?frigot
and hee refrreth himselfe to the said papers, And further cannot
depose saving as aforesaid and what follows.
To the fifth and 6 Interrogatorie (sic) and the papers now showed unto him
saith that the booke and papers nowe showed unto him were aboard
and were belonging to the said shipp when shee was soe seized, and [?that]
there were severall other papers and dispatches aboard which were
in chests and cabbins, which were throwne over board in chests [?and]
bixes for making way to fitt the shipp for fighte when the [?said]
friggot gave her chase. And saith the said books and papers nowe
showed him were for the most part made to agree with the fore said Spanish [?XXX]
because strangers cannot traffique in those places where the [?Peahen]
traded. And further deposeth not, saying hee knoweth nothing
To the seaventh hee saith the said shipp was seized within [?sight]
of the Canaries to which shee was bound, and would thether[?XXX]
and dischardged, had shee not bin prevented.
To the 8th hee saith that there were about fourtie men [?aboard]
when the said shipp was seized, about halfe whereof were English [?XXX]
dutch and Irish and one or two Portugeses, and the rest Spanish
some of which strangers hee saith had bin prisoners in the West Indies
but were then abroad and were entred upon wages as the Spaniards [?were]
And further answereth not.
To the last hee saith that the said English friggot approaching shott
off a gun and they of the Peahen answered with another gun [?XXX]
then the friggot sporting another gun and her English colours
appearing the Peahen presently submitted, which shee had sooner
but that her companie doubted the said friggot to be a [?XXX]
till her English colours appeared. And further answereth not
[?XXXX] Notary Publique Interpreter [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]
Diego de G[?XXXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Walker.