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Consigned the same to be delivered to this deponent herein XXX XXX
for the said Account of the said Producent: and afterwards this
deponent received the Letter of advise and Invoice annexed from him
the said ffactor by the said ship Saint Laurence XXXX XXX seizure together
with the bill of Lading arlate which hee hath nowe alsoe seene, And
this deponent hath heard that the said ship belonged to the arlate Mr
fford, And further hee deposeth not, saving that the said Letter
Invoice and Bill of Lading Exhibited were and are the same
soe by him received:

To the 8th hee saith that after the XX XXXX hee this deponent was
advised by letters from Plymouth of the seizure of the said ship
and Lading by Captaine Aylett, and of her bringing in thither
where shee was brought (as hee saith) to this port for this depo:t
here received the said silver in question out of her, and further
deposeth not.

To the 9th hee saith hee is well assured and verily beleeveth
that the said two barrs of silver were really and truely provided
and laded for the proper and sole account of the said producent and
upon his adventure, and that hee runneth the sole hazard thereof
and that noe Spaniard or other subject of the King of Spaine
had at the time of the said Lading and seizure any interest
therein which hee is induced the more assuredly to beleeve for
that this deponent by the producents order hath and ?must make good the proceeds
thereof unto them and that amounted with him for the same as
will noe other, And further deposeth not

To the 10th hee saith hee beleeveth there was peace, and Amity
betweene the Comonwealth and the State of Genoa. and their
subjects the time arlate, and further doth not depose:

To the 11th hee saith that his foregoeing deposition is true.

To the Interrogatoryes CENTRE HEADING

To the first hee saith hee cometh required by Mr ffrancklin to be
pduced in this Cause, and otherwise negatively:

To the second hee saith hee was never at Genoa nor ever
sawe the producent that hee knoweth of nor knowe his ffather
or mother. and otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoeing

To the 3d hee saith that hee this deponent hath had severall Letters, and
orders from the said producent Stephen Pallavacine touching the
silver now in question, and hee doth not knowe any other
person besides him XX XXXX. And further hee cannot answer, saving his
forgoeing deposition to which hee referreth himselfe.

To the 4th hee saith that this deponent hath received part of the foresaid
silver by him deposed of (not sent in the Saint Laurence ) in the
King David in or about XXX last, part in the Hope, about the
same time, and hee is sure that the said Pallavacino (the now
XXXXX) is the same person for whose account the foresaid pXXX
silver in question was laded and consigned to this Deponent for that
this deponent hath XX XXX made the same goods with them as aforesaid