HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.27v Annotate
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Amsterdam or any other port in holland or ffrance; and beleiveth that
case the sayd shipps had arrived in [?] att Ostend or Dunke noe
of the moneys and goods now claymer or the [?] would or should [?]
bene sent to Amsterdam or any other part of the united netherland
or ffrench king for the Accompt or [?] of any of their subjects
further he cannot depose
To the twelth he saith that the producent ordered the sayd Laffly to carry the
sylver and moneys aboard and himselfe laded them as aforesaid. And
otherwise he cannot depose.
To the thirteenth he referreth himself to his present depositions and otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the fourteenth he saith that he this deponent was borne att [?]
in fflanders. and liveth att Cadiz and saith he hath noe manne of [?]
in the money sylver or goods now claymed, nor will the referring thereof [?]
any benefit to this Rendent. And further he cannot depose
To the fifteenth, sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth Interries he say
he cannot depose.
To the nineteenth he saith that he this deponent saw the pursor of the Sampson
signe two other bills of lading of the tenor of the bill annexed with the
name Ottavia Jorje att the foot thereof. And he allso saw the said Christian
Cloppenburgh signe two other Bills of lading of the tenor of the bill
annexed for the Mexico peices of 8[?] and also two other bills of the tenor
of the bill annexed for the barr of sylver aforesaid. And saith that two
of the sayd bills of each and every tenor were delivered to the proudcent
and one of each tenor the sayd pusor and master kept respectively
for themselvers.. And further he cannot depose.
To the twentyeth he saith he knoweth that the three bills annexed for the
moneys and plate [?] three of these signed att Cadiz as
aforesayd by the markes, contents, and firmes of them respectively, and
otherwise he cannot depose.
To the one and twentyeth he saith that the sayd four bills interrogate
were as this deponent beleiveth brough to the Citty by the producent
himselfe aboard the shipp Salvador. And otherise he cannot depose.
To the two and twentyeth he sayth that he this deponent saw the sayd [?]
Perry Severine aboard the shipp Salvador the day that the sayd shipp
sett sayle from Cadoz. and he beleiveth and hath credibly heard that he
was aboard the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure interrate
To the three and twentyeth he saith that all the say money sylver and goods
was laden aboard the sayd shipp under the Comany of the pports of Cadiz
and not upon the open seas. And further he cannot depose
To the four and twentyeth he saith that the sayd sylvver and moneys was
leaden aboard in the moneth of September as he hath predeposed. And he [?]
that before such tyme as were came to Cadize of the warr and differance[?]
betwixt Holland and England, some Holland ssailor had laden some quantities
of sylver aboard the sayd shipps. Butt so soone as nowe other sayd [?]
came to Cadiz the Captaines of the sayd shipp [?] allike Holland [?]
to the move all their sylver laden as aforesayd and of their shipp, where
the sayd Holland ffactors did accordingly and laded the same aboard the
Septia and [?] of Holland shippe this deponent being present when they so
removed out their sylver out of the interrogat shipp by Comand and
Order of the sayd Captains Otto George and Christian Cloppenburgh, [?]
this deponent saith were forced to use that Course, for that all the [?]
fflemish ffactors and merchants [?] the sayd Captains to remove
their severall parcells and lading of sylver in case they should know
and Containe and sylver ofr the use and Accompt of Holland on
board of their respective shipps. And further he cannot depose