HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.42r Annotate
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laded the same aboard the arlate shipps the Sampson Salvador and Saint George
then riding in the Bay of Cadiz att Anchor, that is to say aboard the sayd shipp the Saint George two baggs
of peices of eight of Peru money conteyning each of them five hundred
peices of eight a peice more or lesse marked with the first marke in the
[FIRST MARKE, LH MARGIN]
margent, and also four barrettons or small peices of sylver plate of the second
[SECOND MARKE, LH MARGIN]
marke in the margent. and four small barrs of sylver more of the third
[THIRD MARKE, LH MARGIN]
marke in the margent. two hundred barrettons of sylver of the fourth marke
[FOURTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]
in the margent. and twelve barrettons of sylver of the fifth marke in the margent
[FIFTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]
thirty eight peices of sylver of the sixth marke in the margent. four
barrettons of sylver of the seventh marke in the margent. two baggs
[SEVENTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]
of Ryalls of eight of Peru coyne conteyning either of them one thousand
peices of eight a peice of the eighth marke in the margent. fifty
nyne peices of sylver or barrettons of plate great and small some whereof
were Pinas of plate marked as followeth that is fifty two of them
with the ninth marke in the margin, three of them with the tenth marke
[NINTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]
[TENTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]
in the margent, and three more of them together with a paper of sylver without marke
And allso two baggs
conteyning two thousand peices of eight Peru money marked with the
eleventh marke in the margent. two baggs more conteyning one thousand
[ELEVENTH MARKE, LH MARGIN]