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To the tenth hee saith hee this deponent lived five yeares at Cadiz
with him the said producent before the said producents removall thence
to live at Antwerp which was about two yeares since, and by that meanes hee
well knoweth that the said Maximilian da [?hogha], David Molenstein
and ffrancis de la Siierpe have for all that time lived and doe live
and dwell un Cadiz in the dominion of the kinge of Spaine, and saith
the said Maximilian da [?hogha] was and is a native of Ypers in fflanders,
and ffranceis de la Sierpe of Dunquirke in the dominions of
the said kinge and were and are his subiects, and the said David Molenstein was and is
a hamburger borne and a subiect of that citie by birth, but of the kinge
of Spaine (as hee conceiveth) by habitation, and for such they were and
are respectively and comonly accompted and reputed, and none of them a
subiect of the States of the united Netherlands or of the ffrench kinge, which
hee knoweth being well acquainted with them, and knowing their parents
and brothers and nearest kinred (that are living) at the said places of hamburgh
where this deponent was alsoe borne, and at Ypers and dunquirke and
hath seene them and letters from them to the producent. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

To the 11th hee saith that Dionisio ffalconier, Philip da Paep and Peter
Lams arlate to whom the said silver and plate predeposed was and is
consigned by the said bills of lading to be delivered, were and are fflandrians,
and for such commonly accompted, and that for theise seaven yeares
last (that this deponent hath bin servant to the said producent) they have
lived and dwelt in Ostend or Dunquirke, and that their names by
reason of their said dwelling in the said parts have bin used and they
imployed by the said producent for the receipt and taking up of his plate
and goods there ariving, and saith they were and are subiects of the
kinge of Spaine and for such commonly accompted, and none of them
a Subiect of the States of the United Netherlands or of the ffrench kinge.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 12th hee saith that the said George Boschaert was and is a
hamburger borne and a merchant of good accompt and for such
commonly reputed, and for theise seaven yeares last hath lived
in Cadiz and Antwerpe of this deponents knowledge, and as hee
heard had lived in Cadiz for seaven yeares space before that, and saith
by such habitation hee was and is the subiect of the kinge of Spaine
and for such commonly accompted and noe subiect of the foresaid [?interrate]
ffrench kinge. And otherwise hee cannot depose.