HCA 13/67 f.210r Silver IMG 117 07 1834 Annotate
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the buying of the sayd shipp was Owner of one other eighth part and
so continues for ought this deponent knoweth to the Contrarie. The widdowe
of Adrian Basin of Duinkerk where she hath lived for ten yeares and
upwards is owner of three other eight parts. John de Lavillette
of Duinkirke where and att Ostend he hath lived tenn
yeares and upwards is owner of one sixteenth part. One Spronkhelfe
of Bridges where he hath lived from his birth is owner of 1/16 part
of the sayd shipp, and this deponent who hath lived for these ten yeares
last past and upwards att Dunkirke Dover and Ostend is owner of 1/8 part. All of them borne in
fflanders and subiects of the King of Spayne. And otherwise cannot
To the third this deponent saith that by Order of the sayd Owners he this
deponent about three yeares agoe caused the sayd shipp to be built att Serdam
aforesayd, and payd for the hull of the same eight thousand two hundred
guilders. And further saith he cannot depose.
To the fourth he saith he hath bene Master of the sayd shipp from the tyme of
her first goeing to sea, and tooke charge of her att Serdam aforesayd, and
was appoynted Master by the owners above specifyed. And further deposeth not.
To the fifth he saith that the sayd shipp from and since the tyme Interrate
hath not bene att any port of Holland or under the dominion of the
States Generall, nor of the King of ffrance, this deponent having
had the Charge of her during the sayd tyme. And saith he began her
last outward bound voyage from Dunkirke, and came last from Cales
before her surprizall and otherwise cannot depose.
To the sixth he saith that he this deponent saw and knoweth that Don Balthasar
de [?Cassar] and Don Raphael de Mesquita bought the greatest part
of the Cargo of goods interrate and laded the same, both whom he well
knoweth by sight, and further he cannot depose, referring himselfe to
the Bill of ladeing which he saith he delivered to Captaine Badily who
hath sent them as this deponent beleiveth to this Court, and saving that
this deponent laded aboard for his owne Accompt twenty quartools
of oyle, and eight Rundletts great and small of wyne. and two barrells
of oyle together with some other small parcells which, (this deponents
booke being in the hands of Captaine Badily or some other to whom he
hath sent or delivered the same,) he is not able exactly to sett forth, and
saving that the Company of the sayd shipp laded allso severall small parcells
To the seventh he sayeth that the principall Laders of the sayd goods were and
are Spanyards, and noe subiect or subiects of the sayd States Generall or ffrench King
laded any part of the sayd goods for ought this deponent knoweth or
believeth; nor were any of the goods Interrate laden for the Accompt
of any Subiect of the sayd States Generall or french King that this deponent
knoweth or beleiveth. And further cannot depose.
To the eighth this deponent saith that the Laders of the goods Interrate did
acquaint this deponent for whose Accompt the sayd goods were Laden, and
accordingly this deponent signed bills of Ladeing, to which he likewise
referreth himselfe touching the Interrate adventure and hazard, and
otherwise cannot depose.
To the nynth he saith he was borne at Newport, lives att Ostend, hath an Interest
in the sayd shipp and goods as by his depositions to the preceding Interrogatories
to which he refrres himselfe, appeareth, and of such goods as belong to him
he expecteth restitution. And otherwise deposeth not.