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said Robbles, to the said da herera Liva, have bin received by
the said Liva as hee hath by his letters acknowledged And saith that in the moneth of June last, the said
da herera Liva had and at present (as hee beleeveth) hath goods, wares and effects
in his hands, of the said Robbles his, whereby to provide and
Lade wines and other goods for the said Robbles his account
which hee deposeth for that hee hath as aforesaid
lived with the said Robbles for about theise six yeeres
last, and for all the said time hath dispatched busines
for him the Robbles, and hath Copied the Letters of the said
Robbles, sent to the said Liva, and alsoe the Letters which came
from the said Liva, to the said Robbles, and further hee cannot

To the 7th hee saith the said Antonio Roderiguez Robbles,
having occasion to use some Tonnage in a ship to bring
wines, and other goods for him from the Canaryes, and
hearing that the arlate ship the Saint Laurence was goeing out from
this Port to the Canaryes, and from thence to returne to
this Port againe, did hire and take to ffreight seaventie XXXX of tonnage in the said
ship the Saint Laurence of and from John Caseby of
London Merchant, by a Charterparty bearing date the 19th day
of March 1657: which said Charterparty was and is true and
reall, and was on or about the day of the sate
thereof really and truely signed sealed, and delivered by
the said John Caseby, as his act and deed which hee knoweth
being present at the makeing of the contract and after wards a writing to the said Charterparty, and seeing the said
Caseby signe, seale, and deliver the Charter partie annexed and now showne unto him, and the producent the Counterpart, and further hee
cannot depose./:

To the 8th hee saith that on or about the 24th of March 1657 English stile, the
said Robbles did lade, or caused to be laden on board
the said ship the Saint Laurence, shee
then lying in the River of Thames. bound for the Canaryes)
six and thirty bales of goods and merchandizes, amounting
to the Vallue of 1800: li sterling or thereabouts and Consigned
the same to the said da herera Liva at the Canaryes.
for the sole and Propper account of him the said Robbles
and ordered him the said Liva to dispose the same and out
of the proceede thereof, and of some other goods and effects of his
the said Robbles then in the hands of the said Liva to Lade
Canary wines and other goods aboard the said ship Saint
Laurance and to send the same to this Port for his the said
Robbles his Account which foresaid goods soe sent by the said
Robbles. to the said Liva. were received by the said Liva,
and the said Liva alsoe received the said Letter of Advice, and
order of the said Robbles to the effect aforesaid
as the said Liva hath signifyed to the said Robbles, The Premiss hee
Deposeth for that hee XXXX aboard the Saint Laurance, to be
Caried ?to the Canaryes and hath alsoe read the said Robbles, and Leva their Letters

[IN LH MARGIN] XXXX to and againe
XXX the same

And further hee cannot depose