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goe for the accompt of his [?XXX] owners, consigned to jacques van [?RXXX]
of hamborough. All which hee knoweth because hee this deponent receibed
all the said silver aboard the said shipp and signed bills of
lading for the same with his owne hand, namely three bills of lading (all of one tenor) for
each parcell, and that every of the bills of lading nowe showed unto
him were and are one of the said three soe signed by him at or about the time
of the said lading, and were brought alonge and seized in the said shipp, and
To the 5th hee saith the said Adrian Yoncker and all the rest of the [?hamburghers]
schedulated drive a greate trade in Spaine, and send goods thither in [?many] [?shipps]
And otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.