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To the seventh he saith he was borne att Vemar under the Jurisdiction of
the duke of Holstein, and being a Bachelor sometymes liveth att Vemar
and sometymes att Hamburgh. and saith that he is owner and proprietor
of one of the sayd butts of sack laden for the acccompt of the Mariners of the
shipp videlicet of the butt of sack marked C.L. as aforesayd, and hopes
the sayd butt of sack will be restored to him by this Court. and otherwise


To the Interrogatories in the second place [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1 and 2. he saith. that he hath heard that it is prohibited by the
King of Spaine to transport sylver and moneyes out of the ports of
Spaine unlesse a license be first obtained for the same. And saith
he hath seene the Ministers of the sayd King strive and contend
with the Barkemen who have brought sylver to lade upon shipes
lyeing in the bay of Cadiz, who he beleiveth have caused all
such sylver unlicensed as they have seized before thereof
to be confiscated to the sayd Kings use. But saith he never saw any
of the Kings Ministers visit the shipps in that behalfe neither doth
he beleive that they have right or power so to doe nor that the
Owners of such unlicensed sylver and moneyes loose their propriety in
the sam except the same be seized in the Spanish Ports before they
be laden. And further he cannot depose.


Sam Delaplace

Repeated before doctor Clarke and
Mr Cock.


The fifth day of September 1652. [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of Peter and Andrew Annakach}
Joanna vanden Bergne, and ffrancisco}
de Coirodge et cetera.}

Examined upon an allegation on the
behalfe of the sayd Claymers.


Diego Maistre of Sevil in Spaine merchants
aged four and twenty yeares or thereabouts a
witnes sworne and examined deposeth and saith
as followeth. videlicet.