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To the .2d hee saith hee hath well knowne the said Antonio
Rodriguez Robles for theise thirteene fourteene yeeres
last past or thereabouts. and knowe him first Living att
Civill in Spaine namely for the first yeeres of the said time
of such his knowledge of him and thence hee went to the Canaryes, and soe for London
and saith that this deponent hath lived in London about six yeeres
last past, during which space hee hath knowne the sayd
Robles to be an Inhabitant, and to be a house keeper
in Dukes place London with his ffamily, and that this deponent
living in the same house, and being his booke keeper
is well acquainted with his affaires and Transactions, and
knoweth that hee payeth Taxes to the Army and all
parish dutyes; and taxes, as other Inhabitants there doe
and thereby this deponent knoweth him to bee a subject of this
Commonwealth, And saith the said Antonio Roderiguez Robles
about five yeeres since married a wife in this City, and
hath lived with her ever since in the said Dukes place
and hath had two Children by her, and that the said
Robbles for all the said time of this deponents knowledge of him
hath bin and is a Merchant of goode Trade, and quality.
And further deposeth not./

To the 3d hee saith that upon this deponents Coming to
this City of London, (which was about six yeeres since as
aforesaid) and from time to time since, the said Antonio
Rodriguez Robbles hath in his hearing seriously declared and said that
hee would fix his habitation, and end his dayes in England
and further hee doth not depose./

To the 5th hee saith that for the said six yeeres space that
this deponent hath soe lived in London, hee hath lived with and
bin booke keeper to the said Producent, and thereby well knoweth
that the said Producent hath from time to time during that space
driven a Trade from the Canary Ilands to London, for, and
in Canary wines and other merchandizes, and hath sent
much Merchandizes to the Canary Ilands. where hee
from time to time hath had his ffactors and Correspondents
resident, and saith that the said ffactors have sent from the
Canaryes to this Port, Consigned to the said Producent for
his owne account and Adventure yeerely to the quantity
(as hee Estimateth the same) of foure hundred Pipes of
Canary wines or thereabouts Which have bin taken up and
received in this Port for his account Which hee knoweth for that hee this deponent hath
used to take them up, and cleare them for the said Producent and further
hee deposeth not