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To the Interrogatories in the second place. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee went first from Lubeck with the said shipp with
Pipestaves and came therewith in the downes and there tooke in 139 [?XX XXX]
peaces of goods for Cadiz, and there dischardged the same, and
this hee saith was in the yeare 1647. and thence hee came with [?money] and
tobaccoe and other goods into the downes and thence to Amsterdam (having landed part [?thereof]
in the downes) And there hee laded peace goods, and came thence three
yeares since into the downes and tooke other peace goods aboard from
London bound againe for Cadiz, where the same were delivered, and
ever since till his coming [?XXX]
lately into the downes, where hee was stopt, hee hath bin trading with
the said vessell betwixt Cadiz and [?ports] in the Streights as aforesayd.
To the second hee saith hee was never freighted in grosse, but [?XXX]
to be paid for each peace according to bills of lading, and was
not to carry the worth of a penny of any of his present
lading for Amsterdam or other place of the dominions of
the States of the United Netherlands, and otherwise saving his
foregoeing deposition and referring himselfe to his said bills and book[?e]
hee cannot depose.
To the third hee saith the said shipp was never at hamburgh
and that when hee redeemed her from the ffrench as aforesaid it
was for accompt of the said owners, and otherwise negatively
saving as aforesaid.
To the fourth hee saith that when hee was taken as aforesaid by the
ffrench which was about a yeare since, hee was carried with
the said shipp to Tolon, and saith that when hee went last to
[?Lighorne] hee went [?XX] [?lade] goods, and thought to have gonne with
some English and a dutch convoy thence for Cadiz, but meeting
none hee went alone, and this hee saith was about [?XX] moneth[?s]
since and before any trouble betwixt England and holland.
And otherwise negatively.
To the fifth hee saith hee brought bales of silke paper
[?rice] [??XXXXXXed] and [?severall] other sorts of peace goods from
Genua and legorne last to Cadiz, which were for accompt of
severall Genoeses and Spaniards, and otherwise hee cannot answer
saving as aforesaid.
To the 6th hee saith hee came last to Cadiz in May last and [?staid]
there till the moneth pf October last, and otherwise saving his
said booke and bills hee cannot answer.
To the 7th and 8th hee saith there was silver laden in the
Salvador (Christian Cloppenburgh master) and in the George (John [?Martens]
master) at Cadiz whilest the Sampson was there, both which [?shipps]
the Salvador and Saint George hee saith are of hamborough, and
otherwise negatively for his part, but what Christian
Cloppenburgh said to his company or others hee knoweth not.
To the 9th hee saith hee knoweth nothing of any such letters or
orders as are interrogated, nor did any such letter or order or [?the ?copie]
thereof come to his hands or [?XXX], and otherwise hee cannot answere.
To the last hee saith that there is noe silver [?hidX] in the said shipp
nor any but what is entred in his booke aforesaid brought
into this Court, some part of which silver hee saith is
under his merchandize [?on] the ballast./
Otto George [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]