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To the 23th he saith that the sayd moneyes ad plate were brought from Limma
aforesayd to Panama aboard the Admirall of the South Seas Don [?Martin]
Saint Malvides, and was embarqued againe att Portovela in the sayd
Indies aboard Vice Admirall Don Pablo da Contrevas and in his shipp
brought to Cadiz aforesayd this deponent comeing aboard the sayd
respective shipps together with the sayd plate and money in Company
of the producent and his precontest John de Losa Barona. And further
he cannot depose.


To the 27th he saith and beleiveth that the sayd Mexia da Hera being
a Spaniard had bene more lyable to punishment if the sayd sylver and money
had bene by him laden for his owne Accompt incase the same had bene knowne of [?in]
Spaine that he could or might be by lading the same for another And
further he cannot depose.

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



The 26th day of August 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of John de la Barona of Segovia}
in Spaine for his moneyes plate and sylver}
in the shipps the Saint George the Sampson and}
the Salvador taken by one of the Parliaments}
shipps under the Command of Captaine}
Penrose in the Immediat service of this}

Examined upon an Allegation in the
behalfe of the sayd John Losa barona


John Mexia de Herrera borne at
Temblick in the Territories of the Archbishop
of Toledo in Spaine living for the most part att Limma
in the West Indies aged thirty yeares or
thereabouts a witnesse sworne and Examined
deposeth and saith as followeth.