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To the eighth he saith that the sayd moneys were really lad on by the shipman[?]
in the sayd bills of lading nd the sayd Bills [?] as this deponent believeth
in all respects with the entyes in the says books, which books, as he liken for
beleiveth are in the Registry of this [?] And further he cannot depose

To the nynth he saith that he knoeth not or beleiveth that the masters or pursors
of either of the said shipps signed or books any suchbills, memorand[?] and or
not as are suggested in this Interrogatory. And further he cannot depose

To the tenth he sayth that he doth not know or beleive that the moneys claymed
or any part thereof were or are belonging to any Hollander or subject of the
states, generall, or King of ffrance interrte, nor that the proceed of the same
should be sent to Amsterdam, or any ports of the united Provinces f ffrance
but saith he is fully contented in his concience to the contrary with[?] that the
sayd moneys did and doe belong to ffrancis du Bows a subject of the King of
Spaine and the sayd shipps bound for Oostend. And further he cannot depose

To the eleventh he saith the sayd ffrancis du Bois laded the sayd moneys himself and otherwise negatively. and further he cannot depose.

To the twelfth he saith that the said ffrancis du Boys did att Cadiz acquaint
this Examinat that the sayd moneys were laden for his owne Accompt and att his
perill and hazard. And otherwise he cannot depose

To the thirteenth he saith that he this Renedent was borne and liveth att St Lucar
aforesayd ad saith that he hath noe interest in the moneys claymed by way
of propty or ensurances, netiher will it be to his advantages if the same be referred[?]
And further he cannot depose

To the fourteenth, fifteen, sixteenth and seventeenth Interrogatories so he cannot depose

To the eighteenth he saith that he saw[?] the pursor of Otto George: and the
sayd Christian Cloppenburgh signe four other bills of lading of the [?]
of the bills annexed. vidalicet[?} two other bills of the tenor of the bill asscribed
Ottavo Jorje were signed bi Redro[?} his purpose and two other bills of the tenor of the bill annexed signed by an
Christian Cloppenburgh, were signed by him for the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh
and the same were all of them delivered to the sayd ffrancis du Bois. And
further he cannot depose

To the nyneteenth he saith that he perfectly remembreth the marks nurmbers
and contents of the Bills of lading signed att Cadiz as aforesayd, and
having well [?} and considered of the bills annexed how showne.
[?] judge and verily beeive the same to be two of those which this deponent
saw signed att Cadize as aforesaid. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the twentyith he saith that as he hath readilly heard and beleiveth
the aforesayd ffrancis du Bois brought the sayd two bills of lading annexed
to the allegation, to this citty himself, who brought the same in his owne
Custody from Cadize to Hamburgh aboard a shipp as he taketh it [?]
the ffortne Bernado Carfanger master, and from Hamburgh onto
fflanders by land and from fflanders to this city and in [?] shipp he
knoweth not. And further he cannot depose.

To the one and twentyeth negatively.

To the two and twentyeth he saith that all the sayd moneys now claymed were laded aboard under the comand of the pports of Cadize. and he believeth
there were noe paste ports or [?] for the same. And further he cannot depose

To the three and twentyeth he saith that he knoweth not or beleiveth that any
money plate sylver or other goods were delivered out of either of the sayd
shipps after this money and sylver now claymed was laden, and the same
he saith was laden about the end of September or beginning of October
last past as he hath predeposed and further he cannot depose.

To the four and twentyth he saith that the sayd ffrancis du Boys signed
three bills of lading for the pursor of the Sampson for the moneys laden aboard the Sampson, all of the tener and three more of one tenor for Christian