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Schedule arlate that is to pay two baggs of peices of eight Peru coyne contain[ing]
in each of them five hundred peices of eight a peise. one hundred and nyne[ty]
barretons of fine sylver. and eight peices of sylver more and allso fifty
nyne peises of sylver some whereof were pinas of pure sylver. allso anoth[er]
parcell of fine sylver being two hundred barretons. and allso two baggs
contayning two thousandd peices of eight of peru more or lesse. and two
eight and thirty peices of sylver in another parsell. and four barretons more
of another parcell. and allso two large baggs with two thousand peices of
eight more of peru coyne more of lesse, and allso one barreton of sylver
more, And allso two chests with certaine table plate and linnen and some
other things mentioned in the third schedule arlate And aboard the arlate
shipp the Sampson whereof Otto George was Captaine all and singular
the plate mentioned the second schedule arlate that is to say forty six barrs
of sylver in one parcell, and nyne barretons of sylver more in another
parcell, for the [more exact] number of [which] peices of eight and for the markes of
the baggs, and markes and weight of the plate and sylver laden aboard
the sayd shipps Saint George and Sampson this deponent referreth himselfe to the
Bills of lading the same for the same abiding in the Registry of this Court wherein
he saw att Cadiz entryes of the sayd numbers markes and weight made
conformable to the markes and weight of the sayd sevrall parcells of
plate, and markes of the sayd baggs, but the particular makes of the sayd
severall parcells and weight of the sayd plate they being many he cannot
otherwise declare. And also aboard the [arlate] shipp Salvador all and
singular the money and plate mentioned in the third schedule arlate (the
table plate excepted being laden aboard the Saint George as aforesayd) that is to
[say] three and twenty barretons of sylver weighing five hundred
and eighty markes or thereabouts marked with the first marke in the


margent. And also two baggs with money contayning
two thousand peices of eight coyne of peru, marked with the second


marke in the margent, To be carryed and transported from Cadiz
in the sayd shipps respectively to Ostend in fflanders and there to be
delivered to the sayd John de Lose Barona or his Assignees or Agents
for his use and Accompt. the [premisses] this deponent knoweth to be true
being present and aboard the sayd respective shipps at the time of the
lading of the say money plate and goods respectively and seeing
and assisting att the lading thereof as aforesayd. And further
he cannot depose saving that he hath heard the producent himselfe a[nd]
others say that the producent embarqued himselfe from Cadiz aboard the
Saint George arlate and was aboard for all the time of seizure as is arlate
And further he cannot depose.

To the third he saith that he had credibly heard that the sayd shipps the money
and plate aforesayd were laded as is arlate, and the sayd plate and money
there by came into the possession of the Takers and further he cannot depose.

To the fourth he saith and deposeth that after the lading of the sayd money
plate and goods as aforesayd he this deponent saw upon severall dayes
Bills of ladeing signed for the same in Cadiz in the producents lodging
there, by the respective Captaines aforesayd (saving he saith he saw not a
Bill of lading signed for the sayd two Chests of plate for the table and
linnens aforesayd) And further saith that the arlate John Martinsdorp



Otto George
John de Losa Barona

John Martinsdorp




Saint George