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To the 6. Interrogatory he saith he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesayd.

To the 7. and 8th Interrogatories he saith he is sure that the said Frocato Millenes
did himselfe laded the sayd sylver, and saith att the lading thereof he
saw the said Purser write in a booke what he wrote knoweth not
and otherwise cannot depose.

To the 9th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 10th negatively.

To the 11. 12. and 13th Interrogatories he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition and otherwise cannot depose.

To the 14th he saith he was borne att Madrid and liveth at Limma
and otherwise negatively

To the 15th he saith he saith he did not see the said sylver bought, and
further saving as aforesayd cannot depose.

To the 16th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 17th he saith the sayd sylver was laden in the bay of Cadiz under
the power of the fforts of Cadiz and further cannot depose.

To the 18th he saith the said sylver was laden on or about the 26th day of
September 1652 after which tyme this Respondent saw not nor doth
know or hath heard that any sylver moneyes or goods were delivered
out of the sayd shipp Sampson till the sayd shipp came to this
Port of London.

To the 19th he saith that the said bills of lading being signed as aforesayd and
cutt asunder the sayd Frocato Millenes the tyme and place where
the same were signed as aforesayd tooke two of them into his owne
power and left the third loose without any cover in the hands
of the Purser who signed them.

To the 20th and 21th he saith it is prohibited to transport sylver
and moneyes out of Spaine and ports thereof without license.
and saith that sylver and moneyes so laden if it be taken in Port
by the King of Spaines ministers is confiscable, but if it escape
out of the said ports, it is a free merchandize and soe much
is generally knowne and observed as he beleiveth. And further
cannot depose.

To the 22th he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and
further and otherwise cannot depose.

Sam Delaplace [SIGNATUR, LH SIDE]

Repeated before Doctor Clarke and [?]

[A ___ uan]


The 30th day of december 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

The clayme of Vincent van Campen
and others owners of the shipp the Sampson
of thereof Otto George was Master
for the sayd shipp and her tackle and
furniture. Budd Smith Ffranklin.

Examined upon an allegation on the behalfe
of the sayd Claymers.


dt Ffranklynn [LEFT MARGIN]

Henrick Martins of Hamburgh
Captaine of the shipp the Hope of Hamburgh
aged 30 yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne
and examined deposeth and saith as followeth

To the 1. Article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that he hath
well knowne the arlate shipp the Sampson whereof Otto George is
Captaine from the first building of her which he saith was done att
Lubeck in the yeare 1646. And saith that the sayd shipp the Sampson
in the yeare 1651. having taken in att Cadiz in Spaine her lading of goods



Frocato Millenes, merchant of Cadiz and owner of one bar of silver sent on the Sampson
Sam [?Daghlace]
Doctor Clarke
Doctor [?]
Vincent van Campon, one of the owners of the shipp the Sampson
Otto George, master of the Sampson
Budd Smith Ffranklin

Henrick Martins of Hamburgh, captaine of the shipp the Hope of Hamburgh, aged 60 yeares or thereabouts, witnes