HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.21r Annotate
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of the united Provinces, ffrench King or any Prince or State whatsoever
in hostility against the Commonwealth had or hath any manner or right or
interest in the same or any part thereof as this deponent beleiveth. And
further he cannot depose.
To the seventh he saith that he this deponent comeing a passenger in the
Salvador and sailing in Companie of the Sampson thereby knoweth that
the sayd shipps after their departure from Cadiz aforesayd with the sayd
moneyes on board them in their Course towards Ostend were most withall
taken and surprised by the shipps of warr of this Commonwealth. by
reason and meanes whereof the aforesayd baggs of money allegate
came into the hands and possession of the Captaines or Commanders of
the shipps that so surprized them, and the same together with the sayd
shipps were afterwards brought or sent into the River of Thames as is
arlate. And otherwise he cannot depose, saving that having seene all
the sayd sylver or Ryalls of 8/8 laden as aforsayd, and comeing a passenger
in one of the sayd shipps, and in Companie with the other he thereby knoweth
that the sayd Ryalls or peices of eight allegate were aboard the sayd shipps
whereon they were laden respectively att the tyme of their seizures as aforesayd.
To the eighth he saith that by common esteeme and repute the arlate francis
du Boys was borne att Dendarmundy in fflanders, and for theis eight
yeares or thereabouts of this deponents knowledge hath lived and inhabited
in Cadize arlate and for so long tyme hath bene and is a subiect of the
King of Spaine and so commonly accounted. And further he cannot depose.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first he saith that he was a Passenger in the Salvador and was aboard
her att the tyme of seizure, and saith he first came aboard her as a passenger
in the bay of Cadize on or about the twelfth day of October last And
otherwise negatively. And further he cannot depose.
To the second he saith that the sayd ffrancis du Boyes liveth in Cadize and
so hath done for eight yeares or thereabouts and his howse is neere to the Dutch
Shambles there, And further, saving his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.
To the third he saith that the boatesmen or barkesmen wherein the sayd money was
brought a shipp board, and others whom this deponent remembreth not by name
were assistant to the sayd ffrancis du boys in carrying the sayd money aboard
but he laded it himselfe. and otherwise referring himselfe to his former deposition
he cannot depose.
To the fourth he saith that the sayd moneys were laden in the day tyme, and received aboard
by Pedro, purser of the Sampson, and Nicholas Purser of the Salvador and further
saving his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.
To the fifth he saith that the severall and respective bills of lading interrate were
signed in a common victualling howse in Cadize. And further referring
himselfe to his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.
To the sixth he saith that the Bills of Lading to the allegation annexed and shewne now
to this examinat were and are true, and not fictitious; and were and are according
to the verity of the matter. And further he cannot depose, saving he this
Rendent knoweth not of any false bills aboard either of the sayd shipps.
To the seventh he saith that the respective pursers of the sayd shipps when they
receyved the sayd moneyes aboard made entryes of the same in their respective
shipp bookes, or bookes of entries for moneyes and plate, setting downe the
markes numbers, name of the Lader and name of the partyes to whom consigned.
And further he cannot depose.
Francis du Boyes