HCA 13/69 Silver 4 f.11v Annotate
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And saith he saw the sayd [?] [?] in the quiet [?] of the sayd
ffrancise[?] de Caicodgie in the sayd Indies where the same was by him
bought and he then delivered the same as his goods to this deponent
ordering and desiring him to take it along with him to fflanders and
there to sell and dispose of it to and for the use of him the the sayd ffrancise[?]
and brought it with him from the sayd Indies to Cadiz. And further
saving this subsequent depositione he cannot depose.
To the second he saith that in the month of September 1652 This
deponent for and on the behalfe of the sayd Peter and Andrew Amaka[?]
by Peter Johnson Clump a barksman of Cadiz did lade aboard the
shipp Sampson arlate in the bay of Cadiz the says barr of sylver
aboard the Sampson the sayd barkman att his returne to shoare brought
this deponent a note under the hand of Otto George the master of the
sayd shipp. And Saith that he this deponent in September aforesayd
but after the sayd one barr was laden, did himself for and on behalf
of the sayd Joanna Palden[?] Burgne[?] and for the accompt lade
and putt aboard the sayd shipp the sayd Clumpe[?] and two small barrs
of sylver of the second marke as aforesaid. And about or [?]
the same tyme or somethign before over[?] [?] the middle of September
aforesayd did himselfe lade aboard the sayd shipp the sayd eight
second of [?] [?] for the use and accompt of the
sayd frrancise de Coircouge. To be transported from Cadiz to Ostend
and there to be delivered to him this deponent as factors and agent
for the aforementioned parties, and their severall and respective
uses and accompte now specifyed and [?]. And further he cannot depose.
To the third he saith that he this deponent in the sayd moneth of September
was present and saw the purser of the shipp Sampson [?] [?} whose
name is Peter Huckfelt or Pedro de Campe [?] aboard the said
shipp by the order of Otto George arlate signe nyne bills of
lading for the sylver and goods aforesayd that is to say, three of one
tenor[?} for the barr of sylver of the sayd first marke, and [?]
of one [?} for the sayd Clumpe and two small barrs of sylver of
the sayd second marke, and three of one [?] for the sayd eight
second of [?]; and saith that three of the sayd bills [?]
of oath defferent [?] were left aboard the sayd shipp and were
as the deponent believeth aboard the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure
and were there found and by the [?] sent into the Registry of
this Court where this deponent hath seene them. And further he cannot
To the fourth he saith that the three bills of lading to the allegation [?]
whereon he is examined and now showne him with this native Ottavi
Jorge att the foot[?] of every of them respectively were and are these
other of the sayd bills of lading to [?} the sayd Pedro de Campo
[?] signed aboard the shipp Sampson in the sight of the deponent
as aforesayd, which he knoweth by the contents marked and firrmed[?]
and for that he this deponent sent them from Cadiz over land to [?]
de nemay of Antwerpe in fflanders from where this deponent
[?] the same in a letter here att London from the sayd [?] de
nemay, and delivered them to Mr Smith one of the [?] of the [?]
And further he cannot depose.