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The 22th day of March 1652: uppon the allegation on the
behalfe of the Claymer

The Clayme of the widdowe and heyres of Danyel Sloyer}
deceased for the silver laden for their accompt aboard the}
Shipp the Angell Michael whereof John Lowe was and is}
Master taken and surprized by Captaine John Bonner and}
Company in the Marmaduke ffrigott Budd ffrancklyn}

Rp. 1

Peter Scholenburg of Hamborowe
Steeresman of the Shipp the Angell
Michaell aged about 44 yeares a witnesse
sworne and examined in this Cause deposeth
as followeth.

To the first and second articles of the said allehgation and to the schedules or bills
of Ladeinge therein mentioned beinge showen unto him att the tyme of his examination
and by him diligently perused hee sayeth and deposeth That hee well knew the arlate Danyel
Sloyer whilest he lived whoe departed this life att Hamborow about twelve moneth
[?sinceXX] and knoweth likewise his wydowe the producent in this cause beinge the
Respondents neere neighbour in Hamborowe where shee liveth with her children and family
And sayeth That he this deponent being Steeresman of and aboard the Shipp the Angell
Michael arlate in or about the moneth of November 1652 arlate and in the [?XXXX]
of the same day somewhat towards the Evening did receive and lade aboard the Shipp
the Saint Michaell from the hands of twoe Boate or Barksmen whoe brought the same
from Cadiz arlate the said Shipp beinge then in the bay of cadiz one Barr of silver
without a bag and one bag or sacke conteyning twoe little barrs of silver marked with


the first marke in the margent but the weight of the same silver or what the said [?barrs]
conteyned in valew hee cannot say and likewise one Pigg of Silver putt upp in a bagg


and marked with the second marke in the margent and sealed with the seale in yje [?XXX]
Bill of Ladeing now appeareing but the weight or the valew thereof hee

cannot depose and likewise three packes of silver more of the thrid marke in the
margent and one packe more marked likewise one packe more


wherein there was a peece of Silver marked with the fourth marke in the marhent and
sealed upp fast with the seale on the same Bills of Ladeing now appeareing