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To the 13:th hee saith, hee well knoweth, That the interrate Gerard Riper, Lopez
de Molina and John Baptista, and the said Peter de Zoletta the Laders of the
silver now Claymed had severall goods and effects in their hands belonging to the said
producent, and that in the yeares 1651. and 1652. the said producent at
severall times, by derrick Hayman, Joachim Cordes Peter [?Sonnovelt] and Hendrick
[?Garrell] [?Schippers] of Ostend, did in their severall shipps send his said ffactors
severall Commodities to a great valew as fflanders linnen, Bridges sayes thredd
knifes, rich Cabinets, Spanish laces made in fflanders and also severall quantities of
stuffes, bayes and other goods from England, which the said ffactors accordingly
received and had for his the said producents accompts. And further hee cannot


To the 20:th hee saith, That there is Insurance made here at London by Mr Giles
Vande Putt for 2000 li sterling on the silver predeposed, and in Hamborough for
2500 li flemmish by one Samuel Roqueslo a Hamburgher. And otherwise

To the 21:th hee saith the bills of ladeing interrate came over land by Poast directly
from cadiz to the producent at Antwerp, who sent the same by poast from
thence to Mr [?Cattel] a Merchant here in London. And further hee cannot depose:-

To the 22. and 23:th hee referreth to his foregoing deposition. And further cannot
depose not being in the Voyage in question./.

To the 24th hee saith, That before the time of the warr betwixt this Commonwaelth
and the United Netherlands, the said John Bollard had his Agents, and held
Correspondence at Amserdam and Middleburgh, but since the warr begann hath
held none at all in those parts, which this deponent knoweth and hath observed
by the bookes and accompts of the said producent. And otherwise negatively.

To the 25:th hee saith, That the surname of the interrate John Baptista is
Baptista, and that the letters P d Z designe and signifie the aforesaid Peter
de Zoletta who is a Spaniard. And further hee cannot depose.

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