HCA 13/70 f.145r Annotate
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<status>First cut transcription started on 02/12/14 by Colin Greenstreet</status>
that time at Amsterdam, or any other port or place of the United
Netherlands, as this deponent by severall letters of advise from the said Peter
Tam written to this deponent during such his said shipps detention at
dunquirke, and by severall other credible and sufficient Testimonies was
informed and assured. And further hee cannot depose./
To the 14th hee saith, That since the seizure of the said shipps Sampson.
Salvadore and Saint George, and since their bringeing up into England
this deponent hath seene severall policies of assurance in the Assurance office
London, sontaining severall parcells of goods and silver laden in the shipps the
Salvador and Saint George, whereby the said goods and silver were
assured from Cadiz to Ostend or dunquike by Giles van de Putt, and
Mr Casteel and others Merchants dwelling here in London, and saith
the said assurances were (as hee beleeveth) made and duely drawne and subscribed
whilest the said shipps were yet remaining at Cadiz and before the said
seizure, And that the said assurances and policies being and remaining in such a place
of Creditt and security, as the Assurance Office is, were and are reall
and true as hee firmely beleeveth, And further cannot depose
saving that hee this deponent hath seene other policies of assurance in the
hands of the said Giles vande Putt for and concerning goods by him assured
for in the said shipp Sampson upon the Voyage in question./
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./:-
To the Interrogatories:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee this rendent is a hamburgher borne, and hath had
his residence and constant relation to hamburgh from his infancie, And otherwise
To the 2. hee saith hee is by profession a Mariner and was not within the time
interrate at Lubeck, but hath been twice in that time at Amsterdam, first
in the yeare 1650. and then continued there about 5. or 6. moneths, and once in the
yeare 1651 where hee continued about 6. ot 7. moneths, and in the said yeare
1650. last saw the shipp Sampson interrate at Amsterdam, and never before or
since saw her there.
To the third hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./
To the 4th hee saith hee hath never heard or knowne any thing as to the
demannds of this Interrogatorie./
To the 5th hee saith by Vertue of his Oath, That hee never saw the interrate
shipp or Otto George at Lubeck interrate./
To the 6th hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Otto George for
about 16. yeares before his death, and saith the said Otto was generally
accounted and reputed an Easterling borne in or about the Land of
Lune[?m]burgh, and died a married man, having kept his wife at Lubeck
for all the time interrate being there married in the yeare [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT]
And otherwise cannot depose/
(To the 7th