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The thirteenth day of June 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of Michael Perry Severino a}
Spaniard and Subiect of the King of Spaine}
for his monies plate sylver and goods laden}
on board the severall shipps the Sampson}
)whereof Otto George is Master) and the}
Salvador (whereof Christian Cloppenbergh}
is Master) taken and surprized by some of}
the shipps of the State and Commonwealth of}
England. Bud. ffrancklin}

Examined upon an allegation on the behalfe
of the sayd Michael Perry Severino


ffrancis du Boys of Cadiz in Spayne
Merchant aged thirty yeares or thereabouts
a witnes sworne and examined deposeth
and saith as followeth videlicet.

To the first Article of the sayd Allegation this deponent saith and deposeth
that he hath knowne the arlate Michael Perrey a mercchant and Inhabitant
of Saint Lucar in Spaine for theis eight yeares last past, or thereabouts, and saith
that he this deponent being att his howse in Saint Lucar in the moneth of
September last past neer the beginning of the sayd month there saw
all the moneys sylver plate and goods arlate and hereafter specified
(the case of Chocolat onely excepted) in the quiet possession of him the
sayd Michael Perrey who then told this deponent that he intended to
send the same into fflanders upon his owne Accompt in some of the
shipps then lyeing att Cadize bound for those parts, And accordingly
he soone after putt the sayd moneyes sylver and goods aboard a small
vessell wherein the same were brought safe to Cadize arlate. And
there videlicet toward the latter end of the sayd month of September and beginning of October this
deponent saw him lade aboard the shipps Sampson and Salvadore
arlate then riding att their respective anchors in the Bay of Cadiz
that is to say the sayd Michael Perrey laded aboard the sayd shipp the
Sampson Otto George Master two baggs severally sealed and marked
with the first marke in the margent, conteyning in them six hundred
three score and one Peru peices of 8/8 more or lesse, this deponent
being then aboard the Sampson, and also John Stueten Paep and
one Diego Miesters besides the Purser of the sayd shipp and the
producent with others whom this deponent remembreth not. And further
saith that the arlate Michael Perrey laded aboard the shipp the
Salvador Christian Cloppenbergh Master, one barr of sylver weighing
one hundred and seventeene markes and three ounces more or lesse
marked with the second marke or markes in the margent. And
allso two baggs of money conteining together four hundred
Mexico peices of eight marked with the third marke in the
margent. And allso one Case conteining a quantity of Chocolat
wrapped upp in a linnen Cloth and marked with the fourth marke
in the margent, which sayd parcell of Chocolat was not brought
from Saint Lucar, but bought att Cadiz by a freind of the producent
att Cadiz by name Diego Vandew[?ire]. And allso six [?SeXXX]
conteyning three hundred seventy four bundles of Sassaparilla
without markes; this deponent being present and aboard the sayd
shipp Salvador when the sayd bagg of sylverm and the sayd bag
of Mexixo moneyes were laden, and allso the aforesayd John Stueten Paep
and the Master of the shipp with the producent together with other [?XX]
whom this deponent particularly cannot call to mynd. And saith that
he understood that the sayd Chocholat and Sassaparilla was [?brought]
on board some few dayes before the lading of the sayd barr and
baggs, as the producent himselfe and allso the Master and some of the Officers of the Salvador did [?XX]