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goe for the accompt of his [?common] owners, consigned to Jacques van [?RXXX]
of Hamborough. All which hee knoweth because hee this deponent received
all the said silver aboard the said shipp and signed bills of
lading for the same with his owne hand, namely three bills of lading (all of one tenor) for
each parcell, and that every of the bills of lading nowe showed unto
him were and are one of the said three soe signed by him at or about the time
of the said lading, and were brought alonge and seized in the said shipp, and
the same were and are true and reall bills of lading,
in respect of the baggs, quantities of silver, markes and [?XXXX]
and persons to whom consigned and to whose accompt, but for the
persons therein said to be the laders hee doth not knowe
them, or any by those names, yet hee well knoweth the true laders, and knoweth them
to be such as are free [?in ?XXXXXing to ?XX nation ?XXXXX ?XXX burgers and Spaniards ?XXXXXX]
of names of the laders in the bills expressed hee beleeveth them to be feigned in reagard of [?XXXX]
And further saith that
hee well knoweth all the persons mentioned and said in the said schedule
to be of Hamborough, to be really and truely there dwelling and subiects
of that place, this deponent living alsoe there, where hee saith hee was
borne. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the crosse Interrogatorries.
To the first hee saith hee hath not any part or share in the said silver
or any part thereof.
To the second hee saith hee had not any license or passeport of the laders for
the said silver aboard the said shipp.
To the third and 4 negatively, saying hee knoweth not any person of the name
of William Johason, nor sawe any such at Cales that hee knoweth of, nor
any other of the persons interrogated, saving the said Sivert Goodman, whom
hee there sawe, and received of him the silver laden in his name, and
otherwise referring himselfe to his foregoing deposition, and saving the same
hee cannot depose.
To the 5th hee saith the said Adrian Yoncker and all the rest of the Hamburghers
schedulated drive a greate trade in Spaine, and send goods thither in many shipps
And otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to the said bills of lading remayning in
this Court and to his foregoing deposition, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 7th and 8th hee saith hee signed all the said bills aboard, and that hee
delivered the two for each parcell to the Barkero or such other person that
brought the same, and kept the third for each parcell (being all [?XX]
the said bills nowe showne unto him) was never out of his possession
till the seizure in question. And saith hee remembreth not the names
of such barkeros or persons that brought the said bills to be signed
and received the said two for each parcell back from hom, and otherwise
hee cannot answer saving his foregoing deposition.
To the 9th and 10 hee cannot depose for hee never brought any silver from [?Cadiz]
before, nor knoweth what othes doe therein.
To the 11th and twelveth hee saith hee cannot depose, not knwoing
ought of the matters interrogated as hee saith, but hath heard that it is
dangerous to lade greate quantities of silver at Cadiz [?XXXXX]
[?heyndrick] [?luck] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]