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shipp, and saith that hee this deponent hath seene in theRegistrie of
this Court since the seizure of the said shipps the said bills of lading
soe left with the said Captaines or Pursers to be brought along with [?them]
in the said shipps, which said bills hee saith were and are true and reall
bills and the contents thereof were and are true without any fraude
or guile or colour of fraude whatsoever.

To the fourth article hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth the
arlate Maximilian de [?hogha], David [?Malanstein] and ffrancis de la
Sierpe, and that at or shortly after the time and times of the severall lading and putting
the said severall quantities and parcells of silver, plate and peeces of
eight aboard the said respective shipps the Sampson, the Salvador and
the Saint George they the said Maximilian da [?hogha], David [?Malanstein]
and ffrancis de la Sierpe by themselves or their servants and assistants
by their order wrote and sent letters of advise to Antwerp to the said
producent advising him of the lading of the said respective quantities
of silver and plate aboard the said respective shipps of his accompt and
adventure, and therewithall sent the bills of lading annexed and nowe
showed unto him together with the accompts or factories of the said silver
which hee knoweth, being acquainted with the sending thereof, and for
the letter of advise sent from the said Maximilian de [?hogha], hee this deponent
wrote the same with his owne hand by order of the said Maximilian,
and put the bills of lading and accompt for the silver soe laden by the said
Maximilian therein, this deponent for a yeares speace of thereabouts
that hee remained at Cadiz upon such his sending thither by the said
producent, lodging in the said Maximilian da [?hogha] his house about
the producents businesse; And after the said lading this deponent
came from Cadiz in the shipp Caesar or keisar of Ostend (Peter
de keisar master) in company with the Sampson, Salvador and Saint George
and being parted at sea by fowle weather, the said shipp the keisar
made and arived at her intended port of Ostend, whence this deponent
went home to the said producent to Antwerp, and at his comming
thither hee found and sawe all the said letters of advise with the bills
of lading and accompts soe sent from Cadiz by and from the
said Maximilian da [?hogha], David [?Molanstein] and ffrancis de la
Sierpe, all which had before this deponents said arivall come to the
hands of the said producent in Antwerp (in whose counting house there
this deponent sawe them) before any newes came thither of the
taking or staying the said shipps the Sampson Salvador and Saint George

To the fifth article and the twelve bills of ladeing therein mentioned
and nowe showd unto him, hee saith and deposeth that the same were
and are the same bills predeposed to be sent by the said factors
and correspondents of the producent from Cadiz to him to Antwerp
and by him the said producent there received as aforesaid, which hee
knoweth for the reasons aforesaid and because hee this deponent came
with the producent over from Antwerp to London about reclaiming the said silver ([?XXX]
they understood of the seizure thereof) and this deponent brought the
said bills (by the producents order) alonge with him in their baggs
and delivered them to the producent, and sawe
him the producent deliver them to his procter forfurther