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put on bord the shippe the Morning Starre arlate
for the account of the said John Moller to bee carryed and transported
from thence to Ostend or dunquirke and there to bee delivered
to the arlate Phillip de Papa for the use and accompt of the
said John Moller which hee knoweth for the reasons by him in his
deposition to thetwo next followeing articles expressed to which he referreth And further cannot depose.

To the fowerth and 5th articles of the said Allegation and to the bill of ladeing
annexed to the said 5th article and now showed unto him hee saith and
deposeth That upon the ladeing of the said silver soe marked as aforesaid
on bord the said shippe the Morninge Starre the said Jacinto Neimart
did write a letter unto the arlate John Moller thereby advertiseing him
that hee had laden the said Packs and barre of silver soe marked as aforesaid
abord the said shippe the Morninge Starre for his accompt and that hee had
inclosed in the said letter sent one of the bills of ladeing which the
arlate Michael Van Lubkin did upon the ladeing thereof signe at
Cadiz. which said bill of ladeing hee saith was and is the same which is now
annexed to the said Allegation. and which came inclosed in the said Letter in
another Packett of letters directed to the the (sic) arlate George Boschart, which
being sent overland from Cadiz into ffrance was from Rouen in Normandy
sent hither to the said Seignior Boschart, who was then in England and
had soe bin for severall weekes before. And saith that, after the said ship
was from Cadiz departed towards Ostend with the said silver on bord hee the
said Jacinto Neimart did write more letters over land into fflanders thereby
intimateing that hee had dispatched away the said ship with the said silver
for his account, which being receaved by the said John Moller who
then had advice that the same was taken by some of the English ffleete and
was brought in hither hee did therefore write over from
Antwerpe to the said George Boscart heare in London thereby desireing
him that if hee had any letters in his packet directed from Spaine
which concerned his interest in the silver laden abord the Morning Starre
that hee would breake open the same and endeavour to gett restitution thereof
which said letter was by the said George Boscart receaved who did
thereupon in this deponents sight and presence break [?open] the said
Neimanets letter directed to the said John Moller [?within ?which] the bill
of ladeing annexed was enclosed. which said letter this
deponent read over and hath the same now with him, And thereby
cometh to knowe the premisses to bee true as is predeposed
And further cannot depose.

To the 6th and 7th articles of the said Allegation hee saith that the
said ship the Morning Starre as she was in her course from Cadiz
towards Ostend with the said silver abord her was and is taken and
brought into this Port of London by some of the ships of this
Comonwealth. And saith that the said silver and Plate now claymed
in this cause was as hee verily beleeveth and in his conscience is perswaded
for the reasons aforesaid provided and laden abord the said ship by
the said Jacinto Neimar[?XX]t for the sole and propper account of the
said John Moller who doth alone runne the Riscoe and hazard
thereof. And further cannot depose