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HCA 13/68 f.90r Annotate
First transcribed 3 August 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 90  +
Parent volume HCA 13/68  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 03/08/2013  +
Transcription To the 6th article hee saith, That after tTo the 6th article hee saith, That after the Lading and receiving of the said<br /> 138. baggs of wooll aboard this deponents said shipp for the accompt predeposed<br /> the said shipp sett saile therewith from Cadiz towards Dunquerke<br /> and in her Course thitherwards was mett withall surprized and taken<br /> by certaine. shipps of this Commonwealth and that the said woolls at the said<br /> time of seizure were all on board the said shipp the ''Morning Starr''<br /> and came to the hands and possession of the Officers of this Commonwealth<br /> Which hee knoweth for the reasons predeposed. And otherwise cannot<br /> depose: :- To the 7th hee saith, That in the moneth of January 1653. new style, and<br /> for about 14. yeares before this deponent hath well knowne the arlate John<br /> de Windt, who is a Merchant and Burgher of Cadiz, and is<br /> married there, and saith That by the credible relation of the said<br /> John de Windt and others at Cadiz this deponent: hath understood that<br /> the arlate Domingo Centurione at the time of the Lading of the said<br /> woolls was a Spaniard liveing at Madrid, and Councello:r to his Catholique<br /> Majestie and his Principall ffactor or Agent for the sending of goods<br /> wares and merchandizes from Spaine into fflanders for the supply of<br /> his said Majesties occasions there, And saith both the persons arlate were<br /> and are commonly accompted Subiects to the said King of Spaine.<br /> And further cannot depose:- To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition was and is true. To the Crosse Interrogatories:- To the first hee saith hee was master of and aboard the said shipp the<br /> ''Morning Starr'' at the time of her said seizure, and had in that<br /> quality belonged to the same for about five yeares last past, And came<br /> first aboard her at Hamborough:- To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depostitio To the third hee saith, That for the reasons aforesaid hee knoweth that the<br /> said John de Windt is ffactor to the said Domingo Centurione, and that<br /> by his order the said woolls were sent aboard the said shipp by [?Barquiners]<br /> with direction under the said de Windts hand for the reception of the<br /> same aboard for the accompt predeposed. And further cannot depose. To the fourth hee saith, That the said John de Windt hath lived in the<br /> street by the Port of Sevill in Cadiz (sic) for all the time interrate<br /> And is accompted a fflandrian Bourne, and the said Centurione a Spaniard<br /> And otherwise cannot depose:- To the 5th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depositin, and to the<br /> billsng depositin, and to the<br /> bills  +
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