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end of Januarty 1652 new stile, and shortly after came to Genoa, and
afterwards to Cadiz in Spaine from whence shee came, as this deponent beleiveth upon
the voyage wherein shee was taken by the shipps of this Commonwealth
the said Otto George before at and since the time of the Redemption aforesaid
constantly continueing Master and Commander of the said shipp for the [?XXXX]
of the said Owners as hee beleeveth, till the time of her said seizure
by the said English shipps. And otherwise hee cannot depose./
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./
To the Interrogatories:- [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee is a Native of Saint Gall in Switzerland, and
saith his residence hath bin for about five yeares last past sometimes
at Marseilles and sometimes at Tholon in the quality of Consull as aforesaid
and formerly for all the time interrate did travell sometimes in Italie
sometimes in ffrance and other parts, And otherwise negatively:/
To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition to the first article
of the said Allegation And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the third hee saith the ship interrate remained about three moneths
at Tholone after the seizure interrate, and saith hee this deponent was
sometimes at Tholon and sometimes at Marseilles during the said shipps
aboard at Tholon, and that the said Otto George remained about a month
at Genoa in the said time upon the occasion predeposed./
To the fourth hee saith, That the Chevalier de la ferriere, ad one [?CXXX]
dDu parc a Knight of Malta were the parties that sold the shipp interrate to the
interrate Otto George, and saith there was one bill of sale made of the
same, but after the agreement made for the said shipp as predeposed the same
was published according to the usuall Custome in those parts of ffrance, and
the [?said] Otto George by the said sellers reinvested in his said shipp Otherwise
hee cannot depose./
To the fifth hee saith, That the said Otto George being at Genoa did
himself remitt the moneys interrate by exchange to Marseilles and Tholon
And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the 6:th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, And [?XXX]
not of any frenchman or Subject of the french King that payd or [?XXX]
any mmoney to the said Otto George for or towards the redemption of the
To the 7.th hee saith, That heee knoweth the interrate Vincent van
Campen and John de Windt Merchants residing at Cadiz, and Dabiel
de Leon and ffrancisco Panninck Merchants dwelling at Sevill in
Spaine obnely by relation or reputation, and of the rest of the persons
hee hath no knowledge at all. And further hee cannot depose.