HCA 13/67 f.265r Silver IMG 117 07 1904 Annotate
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To the second he saith that according to the Common repute and report the
arlate Vincent Van Campen, Daniell da Leon and ffrancis Panninq were borne
att Hamburgh. John de [?Windes] att Iypre, Cornelius Leman att Antwerpe in
Brabant. Don Joseph. ffrancis Peralti in Sevill. Robert Jacomo att Ryssell
in fflanders, and the sayd Otto George in or neere Lubeck, And this deponent
further saith that the habitations of the sayd severall persons of this deponents
knowledge have bene and are as followeth, videlicet Vincent Van Campen
John de Windts and ffrederick Bevia have for theis eighteene yeares or thereabouts bene Inhabitants
of Cadize in Spayne. Daniel da Leon and Don Joseph ffrancisco Peralti
Inhabitants of Sevill for eighteene yeares, ffrancisco Panninq Robert Jacomo
and Cornelius Leman Inhabitants of Sevill for eight yeares past. And al
of them have bene and are during the sayd tymes of this deponents knowledge
and for many yeares before as this deponent hath heard Subiects of the
King of Spaine and so accounted. And saith further that the arlate Otto George
this deponent hath knowne for theis ten yeares being a seafaring man, but
having his home att Lubeck and is a subiect of that State. And none of
the sayd Owners were or are Subiects of the States generall of the United
Provinces or of the King of ffrance arlate. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the seventh he saith that by his letters of advise from Cadize whereof he
hath made former mention he is fully satisfyed that the shipp Interrate
hath not bene att Amsterdam since the beginning of June 1652. ad
saith that she hath not nor doth belong to Amsterdam, Burdeaux, or to
any port[?s] or subjects of the States of the United Provinces or King of
ffrance Interrate, but to the sayd fore specifyed Owners Subiects of the
King of Spaine, as he hath predeposed And further he cannot depose.