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To the third article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
about the beginning of the mneth of October 1652 the arlate Paulus
Cobrisse did for his owne use and Accompt by his factors and Agenta att
Cadiz lade aboard the sayd shipp the Salvador whereof Christian Cloppenbergh
arlate was and is master all and singular the plate sylver and moneyes
above specifyed and in the sayd bills of lading mentioned, to be carryed and
transported from Cadiz to Ostend iin fflanders and there to be delivered to
the sayd Paul[?y] Cobrisse or his Assignes for his use and Accompt, all which
This deponent knoweth for that he saw the ffactors of the sayd producent
videlicet Pedro Calvo and Pedro Navarro Inhabitants of Cadiz putt the
passe off therewith toward the sayd shipp Salvador riding att an anchor in
the bay of Cadiz, and att theirreturne toshoare saw in their hands a
note of rerceipt for the sayd moneyes plate and sylver uner the hands
of Christian Cloppenbergh, and afterwards saw bills of lading firmed
for the same upon the Accompt aforesayd. And otherwie cannot depose.

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
after the lading of the sayd moneyes plate and sylver as aforesayd the
arlate Christian Cloppenbergh in the presence and sight of this deponent
signed nine bills of lading for the same that is to say the sayd three bills of
lading to the allegation annexed and two more of each of the sayd bills of lading
of the same tenor, and saith that the sayd Christian Cloppenbergh had
one of each of the sayd bills of lading along with him in his sayd shipp
and thaat other two of each of them were left in the hands of Pedro Calvo
the producents sayd factor, and that the three bills of lading annexed to the
sayd allegation were and are three of the bills of lading so left with the
sayd factor who since the tyme of the firming thereof sent the
same by Land to Bridges in fflanders in a letter to Paulas Cobrisse
who receyved the same accordingly and brought them to this Citty as
himselfe acquainted this deponent. And further saith that the sayd
three bills to the allegation annexed were and are truely and really signed with
the proper handwriting of the sayd Christian Cloppenberg in manner
as he hath predeposed. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the fifth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
after the lading of the sayd moneyes and sylver in manner as aforesayd
the sayd shipp the Salvador sett sayle from Cadiz and in her Course therewith
towards Ostend was seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth
And saith att the tyme of seizure the the sayd sylver and moneyes were aboard
the sayd shipp, and three bills of lading for the same, and came into
the possession of the Captaine who tooke the same; which this deponent
knoweth sayling along in Company with the Salvador aforesayd, aboard
the shipp Saint George taken also by the English shipps. And saith he
beleiveth that the three bills of lading for the sayd sylver and plate
found aboard the sayd shipp are now abiding in the Registry of this Court And
further cannot depose.

To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith That by common repute and
fame the arlate Paulas Cobrisse is a fflandrian borne, and a merchant