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the space of theise seaven yeares last past or thereabouts. And saith
that for and dureing all the tyme allegate hee the said John Moller
hath driven and att this present doeth drive a trade
from Antwerpe to Cadiz and Saint Lucar in Spaine to which places hee
comonly sendeth laces and from thence doeth receave silver and plate as
the proceede thereof from his Correspondents in Spaine which hee
there hath for that purpose. And for and as a merchant soe tradeing
and dealeing hee saith hee was and is comonly accompted and reputed
which hee knoweth because hee the said John Moller for and dureing the
space of theise seaven yeares last past hath dwelt and lived and at present dwelleth [?XXXX] with this
deponent as his servant and of late yeares as his Cashier, and by
the spece of one yeare last past or thereabouts hath bin and is permitted
by this deponent to trade in such manner as is predeposed for his owne
account into Spaine from whence hee hath receaved severall returnes
of plate and silver accordingly for his owne use and accompt And
further cannot depose.

To the second third 4th and 5th articles of the said Allegation and to the
bill of ladeing to the said 5th article annexed and showed unto him
hee saith and deposeth That within and for all the tyme allegate the
said John Moller was and at this present is the true and lawfull
Owner and proprietor of three small packs and one small barre
of silver weighing alltogether seaventy fower markes and halfe
an Ounce of silver marked as in the Margent which by his factors
and correspondents in Cadize was there laden on board the ship the
Morning Starre


advantage of the said John Moller which said bill of ladeing hee
saith was sent over land from Cadiz to Rouan in ffrance to one Jaques
ffarmanel this deponents correspondent who heareing that this deponent
was come over from fflanders into England did amongest other
letters send the said bill of ladeing inclosed in a letter
from Jacinto Neimannt by whom the said silver was soe
laden as is predeposed) in this deponents Packett which accordingly
came to this deponents hands and possession And saith that
the said John Moller having allsoe notice from Cadiz that