HCA 13/67 f.266r Silver IMG 117 07 1906 Annotate
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And saith that the sayd severall parcells sackes or baggs of wooll
now above specifyed and laden by the sayd John de Windt were to be
transported from Cadiz aforesayd att the hazard and adventure of
his sayd Majestie the King of Spaine and there to be designed for his use
and Accompt, to one Jacques Suarez a merchant of Antwerpe and factor for the sayd King there to
whom they were consigned. And this deponent saith that after the
sayd woolls were laden as aforesayd he this deponent signed nyne bills
of lading for the same videlicet three bills of lading of one tenor for
the sayd four and twenty sackes marked with the first marke aforesayd
and three bills of one tenor for the fifty nine sackes of the second marke
aforementioned. and three bills of one Tenor for the sayd twenty seven
baggs marked allso with the sayd second marke in the margent as aforesayd.
And further saith that att and in the tyme and place aforesayd, one John
Baptista Muntova a merchant of Cadize laded aboard the sayd shipp
Sampson to and for the Accompt of the sayd King of Spayne twenty
nine sackes of washed wooll marked with the third marke in the
margent. And allso twenty nine sackes of wooll more marked
with the sayd third marke in the margent
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the sayd Allegation.
John Martin Dorp of Hamburgh Mariner, Master
of the sayd shipp Saint George aged one and fifty
yeares or thereabouts, a witnes sworne and
examined, saith and deposeth as followeth.
That about the beginning of October 1652, This deponent received
aboard his sayd shipp the Saint George then riding att an Anchor in the Baye