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The 28th day of Aprill 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of John Moller Merchant}
of Antwerpe for his money or plate in the}
Morning Starre whereof Michael Van}
Lubkin is Master taken by some of the shipps}
of this Commonwealth. Smith: Budd}

Examined upon the Allegation given on the
behalfe of the said John Moller



Adrian Vall=Zolio the yonger borne at
Loven in Brabant Merchant, aged 24 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and examined./.

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That hee
this deponent well knoweth the arlate John Moller and hath soe
done by the space of these six yeares or thereabouts And that
for and dureing all the tyme allegate and for the space of about
theise two yeares last past hee the said Moller hath driven and
att present doeth drive a Constant trade to Cadiz
in Spaine for Antwerpe for plate and money. and for that
purpose hath his factors and Correspondents at the said place in Spaine
and for and as such hee the said Moller was and is comonly accompted
which hee knoweth because hee this deponent for and dureing the space
of these two yeares last past hath knowne the said producent
to live and Inhabite as a merchant in Antwerp from whence dureing the said
tyme hee hath constantly used this trade to Cadiz for plate and
silver which from tyme to tyme hath bin sent to him from thence by Jacinto
[?Neimant] a Factor there resideing, by whom the Plate and silver now claymed was allsoe laden on
bord the said ship as by his followeing deposition appeareth And further hee cannot depose.

To the second and third articles of this said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That within and for all the tyme arlate hee the said John Moller was
and at present is the true and lawfull Owner of three small packs
with ppeaces of silver and one small barre of silver weighing
all together twenty fower markes and halfe an ounce of silver


marked as in the margent which by his factor at Cadiz was laden and