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those of the fourth marke and Numbers in the said bill were (as hee verily
beleeveth Laden aboard the said ship, for the account of one
Mr Prescot, and saith that all the foresaid goods
belonging to the sayd Mr Caseby Mr Lingham and Mr Prescot
mentioned in the said Bill of lading, were all put into
one bill of lading by the Joint Consents of the said partyes
to avoid Trouble in makeing, bills for each mans goods.
and saith the same is usually done amongst merchants; The
Premisses hee deposeth for that hee, laded all the foresaid
goods belonging to the said Producent, and thise belonging
to Mr Lingham on board the said ship Saint Laurence; and further
hee cannot depose./:

To the 9th and 10th and 11th hee saith that the said ship the Saint Laurence
in the Latter end of March or beginning of Aprill last set
saile from this Port on the said outward Voyage; and
after her arrivall at the Canaryes the said Alvarado, did
(as this deponent is informed by a letter under
the hand of the said Alverado which came in the said ship the Saint Laurence Lade and put on board the said
ship the Saint Laurance, shee then lying at the Canaryes,
fforty five pipes of Canary wines. namely five pipes
of the first marke in the margent thirty two pipes of
the second marke in the margent, and Eight pipes of the
third marke in the margent, and about ?seaventeene hundred
weight of Sassaperilla, for which said wines and sassaperilla,
there was a bill of Lading signed, all which hee saith were
for the account of the said Master Caseby, and saith there were
alsoe laden on board the said ship by the said Alvarado (as this deponent is by the said
Letter Informed) two other pipes of Canary wine marked
with the foureth marke in the margent, and alsoe a hogshead
of Red Canary, having noe marke; for which said 2 pipes
and one hogshead of Red Canary their was noe bill signed
that this deponent Knoweth of; and saith the same were (as
this deponent was Credibly informed and ashee verily beleeveth
really belonging to the said Producent, and saith that the said
forty five pipes of Canary and the said Sassaperilla were Consigned
to Senior Pieter Vander Ruben, and that the said Mr Caseby
as aforesaid was and only is Meant and intended thereby, and saith
that in the said Letter which came in the said ship the said ?Laurence
there was a Bill of Loading Inclossed for the foresaid 45 pipes of
canary wine and the said sassaperilla, and having nowe
seene the bill of lading formerly exhibited and Remaining
in the Registry of this Court hee saith hee beleeveth the
same is the said bill that came inclosed in the said Letter
and being well acquainted with the handwriting of the
said Peter Bonnewijsent, and having often times seene him