HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.37v Annotate
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further he cannot depose saving that the sayd Haesdonck by repute is a
Hamburgher, and that it is notorious that there is peace betweene
Hamburgh and ffrance and warr betweene Spaine and ffrance
and seeing that he saith many Spanish and fflandrian merchants
doe often make use of the like colourable Bills of lading for the
like reason that the producent hath done and is before expressed.
To the tenth he saith that the arlate Michael Perry Severino hath
bene knowne to this deponent for theis six yeares now past or
thereabouts to be an Inhabitant of Saint Lucar and subiect of
the King of Spaine, and there by common reputation he was borne
and hath lived all his tyme And further he cannot depose.
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