HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.2r Annotate
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To the second he saith that he hath knowne the Interrate ffernandez Angell for
theis eight yeares now past. and saith he is an Inhabitant of Caracas in the West
Indies, and hath so bene eight yeares of this Rendents knowledge. and as
he hath credibly heard sixteene yeares.
To the third he saith that he this Rendent was assistant to the sayd Lewis ffernandez
att his lading the sylver Interrate which he saith was att Cadiz as he hath
predeposed. And further deposeth not.
To the fourth he saith that the sayd sylver was laden aboard in the day tyme
and the Purser Pedro the Campo deceived it all aboard and otherwise saving
his former depositions he cannot depose.
To the fifth he saith that the sayd Purser in this Rendents sight signed the
sayd bills of lading the eleventh day of September 1652. new stile aboard
the sayd shipp the Sampson then riding att an anchor in the bay of Caddiz
And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the sixth he saith that for the reasons in his depositions fully exprest he
verily beleeveth that the Bill of lading Interrate was and is true and
reall and noe way fictitious or colourable. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the seventh he saith that as he hath predeposed the sayd Purser who received
the sayd sylver aboard made notes or receipts for the same in writing therein
expressing the markes and numbers of the same, the name of the lader,
for whose Accompt. and to and for whom and where to be delivered. And otherwise he
To the eighth he saith that the sylver now claymed was really and truly laden
by the party in the bill of lading mentioned, and the sayd bill he knoweth
doth in all substantialls agree with the sayd note or booke interrate this
Rendent being privy to them both. but what is become of the sayd booke
or note this Rendent knoweth not. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the nynth negatively.
To the tenth he saith that he verily beleeveth that the sylver Interrate
did and doth truly and really belong to the sayd Lewis ffernandes Angell
and to noe other person whatsoever, and was to have bene really delivered
att Ostend and not to be sent in kind or the proceed thereof to any
port under the Jurisdiction of the States Generall, or King of ffrance
Interrate. And further, otherwise than negatively to every part of
this Interrogatory, he cannot depose.
To the eleaventh he saith that the Lader interrate did acquaint this Rendent
that he the sayd Lader laded the same for his owne proper Accompt and
adventure. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the twelfth he saith that he is of the Island of Teneriffe both by birth
and habitation, and saith he hath noe property or any Interest of any kind
whatsoever in the sayd sylver now claymed, neither will it be any advantage
to him att all. if the same be restored, and further he cannot depose.
To the thirteenth he saith he cannot depose./
To the fourteenth and fifteenth he cannot depose.
To the sixteenth, he saith that he knoweth there is noe assurance made
of for or concerning the sayd sylver now claymed.
To the seaventeenth he saith that he this deponent saw the sayd Purser
signe three bills of lading of one tenor, whereof the bill interrate
was and s one. and the sayd three bills were in this deponents sight all
of them delivered to the sayd Lewis ffernandez Angell; one whereof was
left att Caddiz. an other sent by the post into fflanders. and the third being
the schedule to the allegation annexed was brought by the producent to sea
with him and in his owne Custody as is predeposed. And further he cannot