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The 18th day of March 1652 uppon the
allegation on the behalfe of the Claymers

The Clayme of Cornelis de Hertogh and John}
Baptista da Hertogh of Hamborough for}
a thousand five (sic) hundred peeces of eight laden}
aboard the Shipp the Angel Michael whereof}
John Lowe is master) taken by Captaine John Bonner}
and companie in the Shipp the Marmaduke}
whereof the said Bonner is Captaine. Budd}
ffrancklyn Suckley}

Peter Scholenburgh afforesaid of Hamborough
marriner aged fortie fower yeares produced
sworne and examyned in the Court deposeth as followeth

To the first and second articles of the said allegation and to the schedule or bill of Ladeing arlate
therein mentioned Hee sayeth and Deposeth That he this deponent hath bene Stiersman of
the Shippp the Angell Michael arlate for nine or tenne monethes last past or thereabouts and by reason
therefore knoweth the arlate John Lowe whoe for all the said time hath bene
and is stiersman or Commannder of the Ship the Angel Michael In which Shipp this deponent sayeth That
in or about the moneth of October last past there were laden for the accompt of the
producents John Baptista Hertogh and Cornelis de Hertogh merchants of Hamborowe arlate
at Saint Lucar in Spayne by a Servant of one John Scrother ffactor and agent for the said producent resident [?then]
at Saint Lucar three baggs conteyninge as the said Mr Scrother informed the said master
of the said Shippp and him this Deponent one thousand and four hundred peeces of eight which baggs
were nombered and marked as and [?XXXX] with the seale in the Bill of Ladeing arlate which he sayeth were for the adventure and
accompt of the said producents soe laden as afforesaid to be delivered to them or their assignes
at Hamborough as this deponent was told by the said Scrother which hee knoweth for that hee this Deponent was an Ey witnesse of the Ladeing
of the said three baggs soe marked numbred and sealed as afforesaid and when the foresamed John Lowe master of the
said Shipp did firme the Bill of ladeing arlate for the receipt and the delivery of the said
money which bill of Ladeing haveinge received and carefully perused att the time of his examination
Hee acknowledgeth and confirmeth it to be the same which this Deponent sawe the said John Lowe
firme and Signe at Saint Lucar as afforesaid And further cannot say saveing That the said
producents for all the tyme predeposed have bene commonly reputed the true owners of the said
three baggs of money soe marked as aforesaid And further hee cannot Depose.

To the third and fourth articles of the said allegation hee sayeth that after the said three baggs with
the said peeces of eight therein contained as this deponent was informed were brought [?XXX] [?XXX]
[?XXXX] [?fast] aboard the said Shipp as afforesaid the said Shipp the Angel Michael with the said
money and her other Ladeings wares and merchandizes in her did sett sayle from the Port of Saint
Lucars afforesaid bound for Hamborowe there to have delivered the same goods and ladeing but sayeth
That in the said Shipps Course and voyage thither The said Shipp in or about the moneth of November
arlate with the said Bagges of money in her and the rest of her Ladeing neer the Isle of Wight were
seized and taken by the arlate Captaine Bonner and Company in the Marmaduke ffrigot and brought
by them with the said Ladeing into the River of Thames And further cannot say Saveing that
the said three bagges remayned fast and unbroken upp by this deponent or anybody els to his knowledge
att the tyme of the seizure predeposed the premisses hee deposeth being ...