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if hee should touch there, or any where els that the said ship
should arive at in her Course to London, and to deliver
the proceed thereof to the said Mr caseby, upon the arrivall of the
said ship at London, or in case hee Could not or did not
sell the same, in her Course to London then to deliver
the said two Pipes to the said Mr Caseby, upon his arrivall
here or to that effect. And the said Alvarado
did order this deponent to deliver the said hogshead of Red
Canary to the said Mr Caseby, upon the arrivall of the
said ship at London. And further hee cannot depose:/.
To the 13th hee saith hee Cannot depose./:
To the 14th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
to the 9th article and further cannot depose/.
To the 16th hee saith that after the said 47: pipes of Canary, and
the hogshead of Red Canary and Sassaperillia were laden aboard the said ship
the Saint Laurence this Deponent and Company set saile with the
said ship, for this Port of London, and in her Course
hetherward, off the Lands end of England on the first of July
last, shee was met with and seized by the Coventry ffrygat
Captaine Aylet Comander, and by him and his Company
brought into Plymouth, and from thence brought to this Port
The oremisses hee deposeth being Master of and on board the said ship
at the time of her seizure, and Caried into Plymouth in the
Coventry ffrygot in Company of his said ship; And
further cannot depose/:
To the 17th hee saith that the said Mr John Casby is Comonly
reputed an English man, and hath lived here in this City
of this deponents knowledge for Eleaven Monethes last, and further
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/:
To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee was Master of the foresaid ship the Saint Laurence
and cometh required by Mr Caseby to Testify the truth of
his knoweth (sic) in this busines, and was borne neere hoorne
in North holland, and to the rest Negatively./.
To the second hee saith that the foresaid Don Christovall da
Alvoardo, was at the time of the lading of the foresaid goods and
at Present is the Factor of the said Caseby, at the Canaryes
and saith the said Aleverado is a subject of the King of Spaine
and further cannot answer./.
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