HCA 13/69 Silver 5 f.3v Annotate
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producent had and got in the said Indies in traffique the silver in question
namely two barrs of the first marke in the margin of the said allegation
one of the second marke and two of the third marke and a bagge of
red wooll of the fourth marke, which hee carried with him from
Lima to Panama and thence to Porto bello in the West Indias in which
passage this deponent went in his company and tooke notice of the
said parcells and markes, and at Porto bello the said producent and
this deponent imbarqued themselves in the Vice Admirall of the
Gallions for Spaine, in which vessell the said producent brought
his said five barrs of silver and bagge of wooll of this deponents
sight and knowledge, and upon their arrivall at Cadiz this deponent sawe
him land the same and afterwards namely in the moneth of September
last past or thereabouts this deponent sawe the said producent carry
the said five barrs of silver and bagge of wooll into a boate at Cadiz
to be carried and laden aboard the shipps Saint George and Sampson arlate
then standing on the strand and assisting the said producent by way
of furtherance and freindshipp in the said lading, and saith his precontest
Thomas Sanchez da Orisa went alonge with the producent in the boate
aboard the shipp[?s], and upon their retourne ashore they acquainted this
deponent that the producent had laden the said two barrs of the first and one
of the second marke aboard the Saint George and the two of the third
marke and bagge of wooll aboard the Sampson. And saith the said
producent laded the said silver and wooll for Ostend and for his
owne proper accompt and that hee was and is the sole owner thereof
And otherwise hee cannot depose, referring himselfe to the said [?barres]
for the markes weight and alloy.
To the crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee imbarqued himselfe in the Saint George in the
Baye of Cales, And otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing [?deposition]
To the second hee saith the said Anthony Stephen da Balderas the
producent as hee hath heard was borne at Madrid, and is a batchelour
using voyages without fixed habitation And otherwise heee referreth himselfe
to his foregoing deposition.
To the fourth hee saith that the said silver and wooll were laden about
noone time of the day.
To the fifth hee saith that hee sawe the said John Martenson dorp signe
the said bill of lading about foure or five dayes after the lading aforesaid
and saith the said bills are true and reall and not fictitious. And
otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.