HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.45v Annotate
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To the 6th he saith that the bills of lading interrate are five of the very originall
Bills signed as aforesayd' and the names of Pablo Cobrisse and ffrancis Sloyer
are colourably used in the same for the reasons aforesayd And further he cannot depose.
To the 23th he saith the sayd moneys and plate were brought from Limma
in the West Indies aboard the Generall of the South Seas Don [?Martin]
Saint Malvedos to Pannama, from Pannama in the sayd Indies to Porto [?vela]
upon mules, and from Porto vela in the sayd Indies aboard the vice Admirall
of the King of Spaines galleons to the Bay of Cadiz interrate this
deponent comeing along with the same from Limma to Cadiz as aforesayd. And
further he cannot depose, saving he saith neither Hollander nor any other
Stranger whatsoever is permitted to trade in the sayd Indies so farr as the
King of Spaines domminions extend, but natives of Spaine onely.