HCA 13/69 Silver 14 f.11r Annotate
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Spaine in the like manner, Which hee knoweth by reason of his Constant
employment acquaintance and observation of and in passages of that Nature./
And othewise cannot depose:/
To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition is true./
To the Crosse Interrogatories:- [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first negatively/:-
To the 2.d hee saith hee hath personally knowne the interrate John Smeesters for about
6 yeares, and the interrate Gerrard Ryper onely by meanes of Correspondency with
the producent for about 4 yeares last past. And otherwise cannot depose:/
To the 3d hee saith the said Ryper is the producents ffactor but not the producent his.
And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose:-/
To the 4.th hee saith the said John Smeesters interrate is an Antwerper borne, and hath lived
there in the broadstreet for 6 yeares last of this deponents knowledge and by relation many
yeares before, and the said Gerrard Ryper is an Antwerper and dwelleth in Cadiz
with his familye; And otherwise hee cannot depose:./
To the 5. and 6. hee saith hee was not present at the ladeing of the peeces of 8
in question, And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose:/
To the 7th by Vertue of his oath hee saith, that for the reasons by him predeposed hee
firmely beleeveth the bills of lading interrate to be absolutely true and reall./
To the 8th 9 and 10th hee knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 11th hee saith hee is concinced in Conscience that the 600 pieces of 8 now
Claymed in the name of the said producent doe really and soley belong unto him
and were intended to be transported in the said Vessell to Dunquirke and no other place
To the 12th and 13 hee saith hee hath oftentimes heare the producent say that hee expected
severall returnes of money from Cadiz, but not particulartly of the summe interrate./:
To the 14th hee saith, hee well knoweth That the said producent at severall times, and by
severall shipps od Ostend and Hamborough did in the yeare 1651. send from Osetnd severall
fflemmish goods and merchandizes to the said Gerard Riper and others his ffactors and
Correspondents at Cadiz, as Rissels stuffs, fflanders laces and linnen and other Commoodities, which
they received, as this deponent hath seene and observed out of their letters of advise returned
to the producent upon receipt of the said goods./
To the 15th negatively./.
To the 16th hee saith hee is an Antwerper by birth and present habitation, And
To the 17. hee referreth to his foregoing deposition, And otherwise negatively, And
further cannot depose:-/
To the 18. 19. amnd 20. hee cannot depose, otherwise then hee hath predeposed:/
To the 21. negatively, forasmuch as this deponent hath not seene any Insurance entred in
the producents booke of accompts for the said 600 [?X] peeces, which ought to bee and usually is
so entred when any insurance is made:/
To the 23. hee saith the said bill of lading annexed to the allegation was sent over by the
producent from Antwerp to a Merchant to Southampton by name [?Paul] [?MaXXXer] who as hee
beleeveth delivered the same to Mr Smith the Proctor to bee made use of in the producents
Clayme And otherwise hee cannot depose
(To the 24th