HCA 13/69 Silver 9 f.1v Annotate

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to be true for that he this deponent bought and procured all the sayd money[?es]
plate and sylver for the sayd producents Accompt with the proceed of his
goods, and weighed all the sayd barrs of sylver, and told all the sayd
moneyes and bagged upp and marked the same, and did with his owne
hands deliver the same to a Barkier att Cadiz who in this deponents
sight putt the same into his barke or boat, and att his returne from the
sayd shipps whither this deponent sent him to lade the same, he the sayd
Barkier brought this deponent Receipts from the masters of the sayd shipps
for the parcells of moneyes and plate laden aboard them respectively as aforesayd
And this deponent afterwards saw the Bills of lading signed for the same
which were delivered to him this deponent. And further he cannot depose.

To the 4th article of the sayd Allegation
This deponent saith that about three or four dayes after the lading
of the sylver plate and moneyes as aforesayd, the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh
in the presence and sight of this deponent did signe and firme three vills of lading
all of one tenor for the sayd two barrs of sylver laden aboard the Salvador
as aforesayd; and the sayd Otto George signed and firmed in the presence and
sight of this deponent three bills of lading all of one tenor for the sayd two
baggs of moneyes laden aboard the Sampson as aforesayd. And the sayd John
Martinsdorp in the presence and sight of this deponent signed and firmed three
bills of lading all of one tenor for the sayd two barrs of sylver and one bag
of moneyes laden aboard the shipp Saint George as aforesayd. And he saith that
three of the sayd Bills of lading videlicet one of each tenor were by this deponent
left in the Custody of the sayd persons who signed the same respectively as
aforesayd. And he beleiveth that the same were aboard their respective shipps
att the tyme of seizure, and are since brought into this Court and abide in the
Registry thereof. And further he cannot depose.

To the fifth he saith that after the lading of the sayd sylver and moneyes and
firming of the sayd bills of lading severally as aforesayd he this deponent
sent a letter of advise together with the sayd three bills of lading to
the allegation annexed, and directed the sayd letter to be delivered to the
sayd Dominick Marten att Ostend this deponent then conceyving that his
sayd father was there. And this deponent hath heard by and from his contest
in this cause Daniel Archer that the sayd letter of advise and bills of lading came
to the hands of the sayd Dominick Martin, here in London, who did himselfe
allso by letters signify to this deponent to come for London as being
a necessary witnesse in this cause, and saith that att his arrivall here att
London he this deponent found the sayd bills of lading annexed to the
allegation in the hands of the sayd Daniel Archer being a correspondent
of the sayd Dominick Martin who gave order to the arlate Samuel
ffranklyn to prosecute this cause as his Proctor, as the sayd Mr ffranklin
hath told this deponent. And otherwise he cannot depose

To the sixth he saith and deposeth that the sayd shipps the Salvador, Sampson
and Saint George after the lading of the sayd sylver and moneyes departed from
Cadiz towards Ostend whither they were bound, having the silver and moneyes
now claymed then on board them respectively as aforesayd. And saith he hath