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subscribe his name to Bills of lading and other Bills and
Writings: hee verily beleeveth the same to be subscribed by the said Peter Bennewijsent: The Premises hee deposeth for the reasons aforesaid
And further deposeth not./.
To the 12th hee saith that the said Peter Bennewijsent told this deponent
that the said Alvarado, affirmed to him that the said two pipes
of Canary wine and the said hogshead of Red wine were
for the sayd Mr Caseby the producent, and the said Alvarado
ordered him, that if hee did not sell the said two pipes of wine
in the West Country to deliver the same and the said hogshead
to the said Mr Caseby, but if hee sold the said two Pipes then
to deliver the said Mr Caseby the proceed thereof, and further
Cannot depose saving as aforesaid./.
To the 13th and the Pollicy of Assurance Exhibited hee saith that presently after the said ship set saile
with the foresaid goods on board her from this Port as aforesaid
the said John Casby did by Pollicy of Assurance bearing
date the third day of Aprill 1658. assure and cause to
be assured five hundred pounds upon the said goods
outwards, and those which should be laden and brought home
in the ship Saint Laurence in manner as in the said Pollicy of Assurance
(now Perused by this Examinate) is mentioned and set downe
And saith hee hath paid the Pramium of the said Assurance
to foure of the Assurers namely to mr ffowke mr Berry, Mr
Jermiyn and mr Blake; And further hee cannot depose
To the 14th hee saith that in the said bill of Lading there are
3 Pipes of wines mentioned to be marked with this marke
[MARKE OF A FLOWER HEAD WITH FIVE PETALS] whereas in trueth there were, Eight of the said marke, and
in the said Bill there are 37: Pipes mentioned to be of this
marke [MARKE OF FLOWER HEAD WITH THREE PETALS] whereas in truth there were but 32. Pipes.
of wine marked with the said Latter marke, And saith the
same happened and came either by the fault of the marker
of the said Pipes or by him that made the marke in the said
Bill as hee beleeveth and further hee cannot depose./.
saving as aforesaid:/:
To the 16th hee saith that the said ship Saint Laurence, with all
the said wines and sassaperilla in her was brought into
Plymouth by one of the ships of this Commonwealth, and from
thence to this Port and further hee cannot depose not being
aboard the said ship at her seizure./.
To the 17th hee saith the said John Caseby is an English man
, and a Subject of this Commonwealth. and soe Commonly
accounted , and saith hee the said John hath lived here and
at the Canaryes, all his time, and lived at the Canaryes only as
a Merchant Stranger and came from thence, when the difference