HCA 13/68 f.235v Annotate
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His said Master being a constant coorespondent with him the
sayd Vrymendt which letters to his sayd master this deponent usually
receyves reades and answers in his masters behalfe And
saith he saw the sayd [?XXXXX] and read the same before the
sayd shipp departed from Dunkerke, And hath since seene the entry
of the sale of the sayd goods in the sayd Vyrymendts booke of
Accompts att Dunkerke, and there was present and heard the sayd
Vrymendt declare upon his oath before a Notary Publique
that the sayd serges were by him sold in manner above by this
deponent sett forth; and likewise was (as this deponent remembreth or conceyveth
that he was satisfyed for the same, or to that effect./ And moreover
saith that he this deponent about 10 or 14 dayes next after the returne
of his sayd master from Dunkerke to Rotterdam as aforesayd did receyve
and read a letter of advise from the sayd Vrymendt certifying
that he had laden the sayd goods according to the producents order for
this the producents Accompt and that in the sayd Letter there was a
bill of lading under the firme of the sayd Inglebert vabderzee
for the same. And otherwise cannot depise saving that he hath
since likewise heard the sayd vandersee acknowledge and confesse
that the sayd goods were really laden aboard the sayd shipp in manner
and for the Accompt aforesayd.
To the third Article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that the sayd
serges being the manufactures of this Commonwealth are prohibited
and not permitted to be publiquely brought into the Dominions of the
States of the Unites Provinces, and the sayd forty peices of
serges were for that cause to have bene privately and secretly
imported and conveyed to the sayd Henry Baldero and neither
to have payd any Customes or other dutyes to the sayd States of
the Unite Provinces, which he knoweth as well for that
this deponent hath severall tymes secretly conveyed said like
goods without paying Custome for feare of having them confiscated
according to an Act of State there made in that behalfe, and have
seene and onserved that severall English mannufactures that have
bene seized have bene confiscate by vertue of the sayd Act of State
and knoweth that this parcell of English manufacture now in question
was designed to be secretly conveyed into Roterdam, and hath heard
the foresayd Vandersee say that he had stowed the sayd stuffes in a
convenient place in the sayd shipp on purpose that they might escape the
searchers when his shipp should come into Port And otherwise he saith
he cannot depose.
William Cotton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]