HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.36r Annotate
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board or on shoare hee doeth not at present remember: And otherwise cannot
To the 7th hee saith, hee is in Conscience assured that the two bills of lading
interrate, and those of the same tenor found aboard his said shipp are
reall and true, and no wais , they being all [?]
by this deponents owne handwriteing. And otherwise cannot depose./
To the 8th hee saith hee did upon the receiving of the silver and
monies in question, enter the severall parcels into a booke with the markes
thereof, and from whom received and to whom Consigned And otherwise
To the 9th hee saith, that the said booke and bills of lading doe in effect
agree one with another, and that the said booke is now remaineing in this court
And otherwise saving his foregoing desposition, hee deposesh not./
To the 10th negatively, not knowing of any other bills of lading or note of
remembrance, then those predeposed.
To the 11th hee saith, hee is convinced in conscience that the silver and
moneys interrate doe really belong to the said Pincquett according to the
said bills of lading, and no other person whatsoever, and well knoweth that
his said shipp was designed for Dunquirke or Ostend and no other port
or place whatsoever. And otherwise cannot depose./
To the 12th hee saith that neither this deponent nor any of the persons interrate
had or have any correspondence by letters or otherwise with the interrate Pincquett. And
otherwise [deposese] not./
To the 13th hee cannot depose./
To the 14th hee cannot depose./
To the 15th hee saith, that the said Peter Jansen de Yonge did acquaint this
deponent for whose accoumpt the said silver and moneyes were Laden, and
that this deponent according to his information signed the bills of lading predeposed for the
same. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 16th hee saise hee this deponent is a Hamburgher by birth and usuall
habitation, and hath no share nor interest in the silver now Claymed, nor
expecteth any benefits by the restitution thereof, nor hath any manner
of relation to the interrate Pincquett. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 17th hee saise the said shipp begann her outwards Voyage from
Hambourgh the Port that shee belongeth unto about 3 yeares since
being laden with peece goods wherein the interrate Pincquette had no part
so farr at this deponent knoweth. And otherwise cannot depose./
To the 18th negatively, saying the whole outwards lading was taken in at Hamburge
To the 19th negatively./
To the 20th hee cannot depose./
To the 21th hee saith, hee signed three bills of ladeing of one tenor for each parcel
of the silver and moneyes in question, one of each whereof hee kept, and (the