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Hath placed the same to the said producent's Accompt, hee being as
aforesaid and booke keeper of the said Mr Vandeput and thereby hee well knoweth
that the said Stephen Pallavacine hath and doth drive a greate trade in
silver, from the Canaryes, And further thee doth not depose

To the 4th article hee saith that before the Lading the silver in question
aboard the said ship the Saint Laurence severall Genoese merchants
wrote ?unto the said Mr Vandeput to London, whereby they desired him
to certifye or advise them, whether or noe they might safely send
silver and bullion to London, and consigne the same to him the said
Mr Vandeput, without danger of seizing or confiscacion of the same
And saith the said Mr Vandeput wrote to them that they might
doe it safely, and XXXX XXX them in such sending and sent a
Translation in XXXXX of the Act of Parliament in that behalfe
made for the security of such Importations which hee knoweth
having seene the said Letters soe received and the answeres thereof
being privy to the said Mr Vandeputs dispatches in such matters
(hee being his booke keep as aforesaid) in his affaires of moment
touching his ?Commerce.

To the 5th 6th and 7th articles hee saith that before any newes of the
seizure of the ship Saint Laurence in question the said Mr Peter vandeput
receaved Letters by other?s shipping from the said Don Luiz Peroz
de Vittoria, advising him of the Lading of the two barrs of silver
(which are nowe claimed) aboard the said ship the Saint Laurence and
of the Consignment thereof to him the said Mr Vandeput for the
said producents account to be heere delivered in this Port
And that afterwards the said Mr Vandeput received advise from
Plimouth of the bringing in of the said ship thither and received
a packet of Letters, and dispatched thence as brought thither in the
said ship Saint Laurence, and XXXXXX them the Letter and Invoice and XXX
to the ?allon (now shewed unto him this deponent) and alsoe the bill of
Lading in the hand of Peter BXXXXXX Master of the said ship
now alsoe shewed unto him remaining in this Court, ?which he
knoweth having seene the said first Letters of advise and alsoe
these and the Invoice and Bill of Lading soe brought in the
Saint Laurence upon their first bringing to the said Mr Vandeput
and havinge now XXXX XXXX Exhibited and remaining in the
Court hee well knoweth them to be the same that were soe received
by Mr Vandeput, and pticularly by a note or marke made upon
the letter by him this deponent, And further hee cannot depose

To the 8th article hee saith that the said ship the Saint Laurence being on
course from the Canaryes, seized and brought unto Plymouth was
afterwards brought thence to this port of London, together with the
said silver in question, ?which silver the said Mr Vandeput here

To the 9th article hee saith that by the Letters and transactions that XXXXX
the said producent XXX the said Mr Vandeput touching the said XXXXX
which hee hath seene hee verily beleeveth the same to be for the ?sole account