HCA 13/69 Silver 15 f.7r Annotate
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at Antwerp amd other places. And saith it is notorious That the said shipps
in their Course from Cadiz towards Ostend were surprized taken and
brought into England where they remaine And that the said silver
and moneys are here detained from the said producent to his very
great dammage and prejudice. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./
To the Crosse Interrogatories:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first negatively./
To the second hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Edward Peters
by Correspondencie and personally for about 12. yeares last past and the
interrate John Lamotte for about 4. or 5. yeares last past, and the interrate
William Jansen for about 14. yeares last past, and otherwise negatively
for his part, And further cannot depose not being in the Voyage in
To the third hee saith hee well knoweth that the interrate John Lamotte and
William Jansen were and are factors to and for the said producent, but not
hee for them. And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the fourth hee saith the said Edward Peters is an Antwerper borne
and so commonly accompted, and hath lived for all the time this deponent hath
personally knowne him with his family in the Kitdorp in Antwerp and
formerly in Antwerp and Dover for all the time interrate, and the said
John Lamotte in the street de Juan de los Santos in Cadiz and is a Batchelor
and the said William Jansen who is a married man hath lived for all the time
interrate in [BLANK IN THE MANUSCRIPT] by the Port of Sevill./.
To the 5th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition And otherwise
To the 6 hee cannot depose otherwise then negatively./
To the 7th. hee saith and declareth by Vertue if his Oath, That for the
reasons predeposed hee is fully Convinced in Conscience, That the bills of
lading interrate were and are true and no waies fictitious or Colourable./.
To the 8th: 9: and 10th: hee knoweth nothing thereof more or otherwise
then as hee hath formerly deposed./
To the 11th: hee saith, That for the reasons predeposed hee is firmely
and absolutely Convinced in Conscience that the sylver monies and plate
now Claymed doe really belong unto the said producent, and that no person
Subject or Subjects of any Prince or State in hostility with this Common
wealth had or hath any part or share therein, and that the said shipps
at the time of their seizure, were, if not interrupted, directly bound
for Ostend there to discharge their severall ladeings,/ And further
To the 12. and 13 hee saith, the interrate Edward Peters did severall times