HCA 13/69 Silver 4 f.10v Annotate
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To the twelfth he sayth he saw in the possession of the sayd Hjeronimo
Brudgmans att Civill a good quantity of linnen Cloth and lace
which he then told this deponent that Christian Aelst had sent
from the port of Ostend upon their accompt and had given him
order to convert it into sylver and returne it to fflanders; And
further he cannot depose.
To the 18.th he saith that Hjeronimo Brudgmans told this deponent
att Cadiz that before he came away from Sevill he had caused
himselfe to be ensured upon and for three thousand peices of
eight being parcells of moneys now claymed, and that the
sayd ensurance was made in Sevill. but who the ensurers are or
of what Countrey or whose subiects this deponent saith he knoweth
not nor hath heard. and further he cannot depose.