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The 17th day of November 1652

The Clayme of Nicholas Crombeene of Cortrey}
in fflanders for sixtie one potackes of Tobaccoes}
whereof sixtie are without marke and one Potaccoe}
marked laden on board the shipp called the Salvadore}
whereof Christian Cloppenbergh is Master lately}
seised by some of the shipps of this Comonwealth}
Suckley Budd}

Examined upon an Allegation given
in on the behalfe of the sayd Crombeen/

John Baptista Sabino of Cadiz
in Spaine Merchant aged 27 yeares or there
abouts a wittnes sworne and examined deposeth as

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That
within the time arlate videlicet in the moneth of October 1552 instant, the arlate
Nicholas Crombeen by his brother William Crombeen (sic) and his Agent or factors did lade att Cadiz on board the
shipp the Salvadore whereof Christian Cloppenburgh is Master Sixtie potaccoes
of Tobacco without marke and one potaccoe of the marke in the markent


to be transported to Ostend and there to be delivered to him the said Nicholas
Crombeen or his Assignes for his owne proper Accompt and adventure which
he deposeth ffor that hee this deponent being att Marackao did see William Crombeen
the producents Brother buy the said Tobaccoes which he sent to Cadiz in the shipp
Nostra Seigniora da Rosario in which this deponent was a Passenger and did see a bill
of lading signed of the said Goods for the Accompt of the said producent And
otherwise he cannot depose

To the second article he saith That the schedule annexed to the said Allegation
and now shewed unto this deponent was and is (as he verely beleeveth one of
the originall bills of lading made for the receipt and delivery of the said
Tobaccoe, and saith that he very well knoweth that the same is subscribed
with the proper handwriting of the said Christian Cloppen bergh the Master
of the sayd shipp for that he is well acquainted with his hand
wrighting And beleeveth the same to be true and reall and so made and done
as therein is conteyned And otherwise he cannot depose