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the stay and remaining of the said shipps Sampson Salvador and Saint George at Cadiz for
about a moneth after such the departure of the said shipp Mercurius, And
further to this
Article hee saith hee cannot depose./:

To the 13th article hee saith, That in or about the moneth of June in the yeare
1652. arlate, the shipp the Golden Sunn arlate (whereof the arlate Peter
Tam was Master) being fully laden with Cutcheneale by Conte de Molino
Governor of Cadiz for the service of his Catholique Majestie in fflanders and being designed
from thence for Ostend, did depart from thence in this deponents sight and observation
it being about 4. or five moneths before the shipps the Sampson Salvador and Saint
George or any of them departed from Cadiz, and about 2. or 3 moneths ere
the Gallioons or Plate fleet arrived at Cadiz from the West Indies, And saith
That hee this deponent did not then and there heare or understand, neither doeth hee
beleeve that the said shipp the Golden Sunn did then carry and transport from
thence any considerable quantitie of plate or money, by reason that the said plate
fleet being not as then arrived there, there was a great scarcity of moneys and
plate in Spaine, And saith That hee this deponent has credibly been informed, That
the said shipp the Golden Sunn after her arrivall and discharge of her said
lading at Ostend, was pressed into the service of his Catholoque Majestie in which
service shee did, as hee hath heard, continue for some time under the fort of Dunquirke, but
how long hee saith hee knoweth not. And further hee cannot depose-/:-

To the 14th hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the 15. hee saith, his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Crosse Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee this rendent is a hamburgher borne and
bredd, and hath had his fixed aboad there from his infancie, And hath
never had any part or interest in the shipp Sampson interrate , nor hath any
manner of relation of kindred or service to the Owners thereof or to [?X] Otto George
interrate; And further cannot depose./

To the second hee saith, That hee this rendent is a Mariner by profession
and saith hee hath beene but once at Lubeck within the time interrat, and at
his being there in the yeare 1646 hee remained there about 6. daies, and
at his first being there about 13. yeares since hee knoweth not how long hee
remained there, And saith hee this rendent hath beene onely once at Amsterdam
in the yeare 1653: and then remained there about 8. daies, and saith that within
the said time interrate hee this rendent did never see the shipp Sampson interrate
at either of the places interrate:/

To the third hee saith, hee cannot depose otherwise then negatively:-/

To the 4th hee saith hee knoweth not nor hath ever heard any thing of the
Contents of this Interrogatorie:-

To the 5th hee saith, That since the yeare 1647. interrate this deponent hath not seene
the shipp pr Otto George interrate at Lubeck.

To the 6th hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Otto George for about 12:
yeares last past before his death, and saith the said Otto George was a