HCA 13/67 f.260r Silver IMG 117 07 1894 Annotate
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Otto George who bought her for the arlate Vincent Van Campen
John de Windt, ffrederick Bevia, daniell da Leon, ffrancis Panninck
don Josephs and ffrancis Peralti, Robert Jacomo, Peter Vanderb[?erck]
and himselfe and [?him] for her with their moneys, this deponent being privie
to the said buying and selling. And saith hee the said Peter Vanderberck (since
deceased) was borne in or about Courtrick in fflanders and was commonly
reputed a native of fflannders and a subiect of the king of Spaine, and that
the arlate Cornelius Leiman upon the death of the said Vanderberck
bought his the said Vanderbercks part being an eighth part of the said shipp
and that the said producents have ever since their said buying bin and are
the true and lawfull owners of the said shipp and of her tackle and furniture
and for such commonly accompted and reputed namely the said Vincent Ban
Campen, John de Wint, ffrederick Bevan, Robert Jacomo Corneluis
Le[?mman] and Otto George were and are respectively and each of them owners
of an eighth part, daniel de Leon and ffrancis Pannick ioyntly of an eighth
part, and Josph and ffrancis Peralti of an eighth part of the said shipp
and of her tackle and furniture, and for such commonly accompted and reputed
which hee knoweth being stiersman of the said shipp, and having soe bin neare
foure yeares last and taking notice that her fitting and furnishing, from time
to time hath bin at their cost and chardges, And otherwise hee cannot depose
saving the said Otto George was constituted master of the said shipp by the said owners.
To the second hee saith the said Vincent Van Campen, daniel da Leon and
ffrancisco Pannicq were and are commonly accompted natives of hamburgh,
John de Wint of Iypres in fflanders, and Corneluis Lemon a native of Antwerp
ffrederick Bevia, and don Joseph and ffrancisco Peralti natives of
Sevill in Spaine and Otto George of a place in the dukedom of Lunenburgh
in Germania; And saith that the said Vincent Van Campen, John
de Windt and ffrederick Bevia have for all the time arlate lived in
Cadiz, where this deponent hath knowne and seene them to be dwelling,
and that the said daniel da Leon, ffrancis Pannick, don Joseph and
ffrancisco Peralti, Robert Jacomo and Corneluis Lemon have bin for
all the time arlate and are commonly reputed inhabitants of Sevill. And
saith that the said Otto George hath of this deponents sight and knowledge lived
in and bin a burgher of Lubeck for theise tenn yeares last or
thereabouts, and kept his wife and familie there, and was and is a
subbiect of that free state, and the rest of the persons arlate were and
are commonly accompted subiects of the kinge of Spania, and none
of them subiects of the United States of the Netherlands or of the king
of ffrance. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third hee saith that the said Otto George hath made severall voyages
with the said shipp as to Cales, Genoa, Naples, Castila [?XXX]
and other parts in the straights and that in the space of theise last
three yeares (during which hee this deponent hath bin in her as stiersman of her) shee
hath never bin at Amsterdam or other port under the dominion of
the States of the United Netherland Provinces.
To the fourth hee saith that the companie of the said shipp the Sampson
were and are for the most past English, Scotts, hamburgers, Lubeckers
and others, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fifth hee saith that the last ports from which the said shipp came
to Cadiz were Genoa and Ligorna, whence she arived at Cadiz in June 1652 and there
received her lading of silver and other goods there, shee departed thence in October
last for Ostend, and in her course came into the downes to get a pilot for
Ostend or for dunquirke (which her companie then understood to be retaken by the Spaniards)
but lying at an anchor in the downes, shee and lading were in or about the end
of October last seized by Captaine Penrose in the service of this Commonwealth
and afterwards was brought up into the river of Thames, all which hee knoweth
being stiersman of her as aforesaid.
Peter Naa[?dt] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
[?See ?the] answer to the Interrogatories in the third leafe following.