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are loose, and saith they are all marked according to his said bilLs of lading,
and hee doth not. knowe of any of the baggs having the armes of the kinge
of Spaine thereupon. And otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the 20th hee saith that the severall marchants and factors lading the
said goods telling him to whom they were to be consigned and where to be delivered
hee signed the bills accordingly, and withall entred them in his book[?e]
with mention of whom they were received, saving that when hee was under
saile and departing out of the Baye of Cadiz, there came a barke
aboard him, and brought all the goods mentioned in the bills of lading nowe
by him produced and left, which goods hee received aboard and while the
barke laye fastened to his shipp hee signed the said bills of lading, with
two others of the same tenor with each of them, which two others of each hee
delivered to the master of the barke to be carried ashore to the marchants;
And being soe brought after hee was under saile hee put them by themselves
and they being apart from the rest hee did not sea (sic) them when hee was
commannded aboard the Captaine that seized him with the rest
of his bills and papers, and soe the same were remayning aboard when the
rest were delivered up and carried ashore at dover and in the downes hee comming againe aboard his shipp found those [#]
[#] [?XXX] in his chest were
[?hee had] left then, and the
[?XXX] being in his booke when
[?XXX] in hast aboard the
[?XXX] shipp, hee tooke
[?XXX] with him [?supposed]
[?XXX] his bills
[?XXX] nor them
[?XXXX] that theise
[?XXX] and by themselves
Christian Cloppenburg [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]
said goods came in soe late hee had noe convenient time (the weather
being stormie) to enter them in his said booke before the said seizure, And
otherwise hee cannot answer, saving as aforesaid.
To the last hee saith that hee signed bills of lading for the said silver
which bills hee saith were and are true and reall, and that some of them
were amongest those bills soe carried ashore at dover and that theise
are the rest thereof. And othwerwise saving his foregoeing deposition
Christian Cloppenborgh [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Exton./