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inaudibly heard and believeth it to be here that this sayd shipp shipps in their Course
to Ostend was seized by some of the shipps of this Comonwealth and that the
sayd moneyes playte and sylver were then aboard the same respectively and [Xaun]
into the petiton of the Captaines who made the seizures respectively And
otherwise he cannot depose.

To the seventh article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd Dominick
Marten doth alone [Xanne] the 'hazard' and 'Avenhune' of the sayd severall quantityes
and barrs of sylver, and peices of [??] beforementioned, And that [nue] hollander
or any other fabioul of the status of the united Provinces ffrench King or
any other Prince of State in hostility with the Comonwealth of England
hath any right or interest in the same or any part thereof which he knoweth
for the reasons predeposed. And further cannot depose

To the eight article of the sayd allegation and to the three bills of lading exhibited in
this cause and [?annexed] to the allegation this deponent saith that the sayd
three bills of lading were shewne to and [peXXf/sed] by him this Examinal
were and are three of the sayd originall Bills of lading which this
deponent saw signed for the sayd moneyes plate and sylver by the sayde
Christian Cleppenbergh, Otto George and John [?Martinsdorp] respectively
as aforesayd. And saith the sayd bills are true and weall and the contents
thereof so had and done as therein is contayned, and are not coloutable
which he knoweth haven't seene the same signed and being privy to all the
[] as he hath [?previously] deposed. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the ninth article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that the arlate
John de Witt Jasperson severally named in the sayd bills of lading (as the
person to whom the consignement is made of the sayd silver and moneyes
in the absence of Dominick Martin) was and is a native of Limerick in Ireland
and was att the tyme of lading the sayd sylver and moneyes the factor or Agent
of the sayd Dominick Martin, and so hath beene for some tyme before and
since, and saith that the sayd John de Witt Jasperson had not nor hath any
property or interest in the sayd sylver and moneyes nor any part thereof
all which this deponent knoweth peing like with a factor for ye sayd Dominick
Martin and for the reasons predeposed. And further he cannot depose