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To the thirteenth he saith that the producent did acquaint this Rendent that the
sayd plate and moneys were laden for the Accompt of him the producent
as he laded them as he hath predeposed, And further he cannot depose.

To the fourteenth he saith that he this Rendent was borne att Naer in Lakeland
but hath of late tyme resided most at Saint Lucar in Spaine. And saith the that
noe manner of interest in the sylver or goods now claymed nor shall have
any benefit by the restitution thereof. And further he cannot depose.

To the fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth Interrogatories he saith he
cannot depose.

To the nineteenth twentyeth and one and twentyeth Interrogatories he saith he saw the sayd Pedro Huckfeild Purser of the Sampson
signe three Bills of one tenor for the sayd Peru moneyes, (whereof he knoweth the
Bill annexed with this name Ottavio Jorge att the foot thereof by the firme
marke and contents thereof to be one) and that he delivered two of them to the
producent and kept one of them himselfe. And saith likewise that he saw the
sayd Christian Cloppenbergh signe three bills of lading of one to nor for the
sayd barr of plate, two whereof he delivered to the producent and kept one of
them himselfe. and likewise three of one tenor for the sayd Mexico moneyes two
whereof he delivered likewise to the producent and kept one of them himselfe. And
saith that he knowne the by the respective firming markes and contents that the two bills now showne him annexed to the allegation
and two of the aforesayd bills which this Rendent saw him the sayd Cloppenbergh
signe for the sayd barr, and the sayd moneys respectively as aforesayd. And further
saving his foregoing depositions he cannot depose.

To the two and twentyith he saith that the sayd producent came as a passenger in
the shipp Salvador and was aboard her att the tyme of the seizure interrate and
otherwise cannot depose.

To the three and twentyeth he saith that all the sayd money and plate [now] claymed
was laden aboard under the Command of the forts of Cadize. And further
he cannot depose.

To the four and twentyeth he saith that he doth he doth not know of any money sylver or
goods delivered out of either of of the sayd shipps after the sayd money and plate
now claymed was laden. And otherwise saving his foregoing depositions he
cannot depose.

To the five and twentyeth and six and twentyeth Interrogatories he referreth himself
to his foregoing deposition to the . and 6th articles of the allegation and
to his deposition to the 19.20. and 21th interrogatories. And further he cannot depose

To the seven and twentyeth he saith he doth not knowe nor beleive that the Interrate
Arnout Van Haesdonck had or hath any share or Interest in the says sylver
money or goods now Claymed. and further he cannot depose.

To the eighth and twentyeth he saith that he believeth and is perswaded in
his conscience that in case the Shipps and money and plate Interrate had
bene surprized by the ffrench, the Interrate Haesdonck would att the
Request of the producent have used all his best and lawful diligence to
have recovered the sayd plate and money and have preserved it from being
condemned, but saith he doth not believe nor is pers[waded] that the sayde
Haesdonck would have procured any witnesses or witnesse to sweare and
depose the same to belong to him the sayd Arnout Van Haesdonck as
his owne proper [goods]. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the first Interrogatories in the second place [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first and second Interrogatories he saith that it is prohibited by the King of
Spaine to carry money or plate from any the ports of Spaine without license
and saith that all persons offending against such order of the King if he be taken
is molested and punished for such offence. And so much this Rendent saith
is commonly knowne and discoursed of by Merchants and Marriners using the
Spanish ports. And otherwise he cannot depose.

[Jan] [Stueten paep] [SIGNATURE LH SIDE]

[Sam Delaplace] [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]

[Repeated before doctor Exton]