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who went aboard with and saved the sylver and moneys aforesayd had in
his hands effects of great value of the sayd Producents, put severall good[?]
quantityes of severall sorts of English staffes[?] which came to Cadiz from this
Port of London or some other English port as this [?] belongeth, And saith
that the sayd Pedro Calvo sent the sayd stuff being of the value of fiftry thousand ryalls of eight[?] upon the [?] accompt
to him this [?] in the year 1659 into the Indies, and
there this [?] converted the same into sylver for the producents Accompt
and att his coming from the Indies to Cadixz brought the same along with him
and delivered it to Pedro Calvo aforesayd who then told the Rondent[?] that he had
express order to transmitt the sayd sylver upon the producents accompt into
fflanders, and saith that the sylver and moneyes now claymed was and is
part of the procced of the sayd English manufactures, which sylver and
moneyes the aforesayd factors told thie Rondent they had laden for the sole
accompt and [?] of the producent, and otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 16th he saith he was borne att Segovia and liveth att Lima in the
Indies and otherwise negatively.

To the 17-18-19- and 20th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 21th. he refereth himself to his foregoing depositions and further he cannot depose.

To the 22th. he saith he knoweth the 3 bills of lading interatte to be
the[?] of the origional bills of lading which this [?] saw signed
att Cadiz as aforesayd, by the markes numbers firme [?] and
contents thereof.

To the 22th he sayd that the sayd 3 bills of lading were as he beleiveth sent
By Pedro Calvo from Cadiz to Bridges in Fflanders by land, and from
[?] brought to this citty by Paulo Cabriso [?] producent. And
otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 24th the money and sylver now Claymed was all laden under
the Comand of the fforte of Cadiz. and otherwise negatively.

To the 25th he saith that the sayd sylver and moneys was all laden around
the beginning of October 1652 the tyme otherwise he remembereth not
and further saith that he doth not know that there were severall parccells
of money sylver or other goods delivered out of the sayd shipp Sampson
after this sylver now claymed was laden.

To the 26th he saith that the Burser interette did deliver 3 bills of lading
of one