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the said shipp being so bought and procured for the said voyage, the said goods
soe carried from England were laded aboard her, together with linnens
Wines and other goods and ?spXXXXes provided in Holland, and this lading
being ?ther s?sorted, the said shipp departed from Amsterdam therewith in September
last was a twelve moneth bound for the West Indies, not being limited
to any particular port, but left to the discretion of the said John Lopez
with the advise of this deponent to manage the voyage in those parts to the
best advantage of her said Imployers, of which hee saith Mr Page, Mr Painter
and Mr dunkin are English men and Inhabitating merchants of this citie
Mr Antonio ffernandez Caravajall, and Mr Antonio Rodriguez Robles alsoe
merchants of this citie and reputed Portugueses, but Mr ffernandez is there
indenizened, John Tilly an Irishman borne but living in Amsterdam
where alsoe liveth the said John Ch?anterwell, who hath formerly lived
long in London, but whose countrey man he is this deponent knoweth not
And saith the said shipp from Amsterdam went directly to the Island of
Trinidad, and was there Registred and entred as a Spanish shipp, and
thereby and by presents to the Gouvernor and others (for which some goods
were there sold) shee by the good conduct of the said John Lopez (who XXXX ?with them and obtained license and passe port for prattique on ?any
the Spanish coasts in those parts. And being therewith furnished shee departed
in or about November 1657 to Comana a coast on the terra firma and
there sold to the valew ?or summa of a thousand peeces of eight of her goods
and received the money for the same and then went to Truxillo, and
there sold of her said outwards cargo for about seaven thousand peeces of
eight, and leaving the money there, shee went further into the
Gulfe of Honduras and there sold and trucked away all the rest of
said goods, and there tooke in three hundred eightie three chests or thereabouts
of Indico (saving that nine or tenn of those chests contained druggs) and
eleaven skinns of Indico and two baskets or potaccoes and two barrells of druggs
and then retourning to Truxillo shee there tooke in eleaven hundred and twelve XXXes or thereabouts of Sassaperilla, and fowre
hundred seaventie six hides, or thereabouts, which sassaperillla and hides
were the procured of the said moneys so left ashore at Truxillo at the
said time of the said shipps first being there, All which goods she received
in at the west Indias were the goods of and laded for the sole account of
the aforenamed Imployers Antonio ffernandes Caravajall, Antonio Rodriques
Robles, Mr Painter, Mr Page, Mr dunkin, Mr Tilly and Mr Chan?terwell
and provided with their effects, saving that of her said lading soe taken in
at the West Indies, twelve chests and two thirds of a chest of the said Indico were provided by and
laded for this deponents owne account, and that hee hath two of his owne shipp
chests which are full of druggs for his owne account, and that of the said
Sassaperilla sixteene ?w?o?ues were provided by and laded by his precontest
Toribio ffernandez for his owne account, and that this deponent bought them
afterwards of him, and that the said Betts hath twenty chests and a third of a chest of the fore said
Indico for his account, and his owne chest full of druggs, And
saith that this deponent is a subiect of this Commonwealth and hath
lived tenn yeares and bin married and a house keeper seaven yeares in this
citie, five yeeres whereof hee lived in three tunne alley neere Moregate
and now liveth in Leadenhall streete over against Creechurch, and hath
lived some time at Lime?house, but is an Irish man borne, and soe
is the said Betts, who hath lived in London for all the said time of this
deponents dwelling there, and (as hee hath heard) for tenn yeeres before and
served an Apprenticeshipp here to a Mariner. And further that the said
shipp departed from Truxillo aforesaid with intent to come and stop at
dover or deale whence this deponent or the said Lopez were to have come to
their said Imployers in this citie to receive orders about discharge?s, But