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To the 5th hee saith hee paid 8500 gilders for the hull of the
said shipp to the said shipwrights named Abraham and John [?HendrickXX]
Cardinall and their mother, besides her rigging and fitting, and otherwise
hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.

To the 6th hee saith that his owners are all Hamburgers, burgers
and dwellers and natives of that citie and subiects of the free state
and for their names and respective parts hee saith that some were and
are as followeth. Videlicet Wilkin Wrede a 32th and a 40th, Lodewick
Vermeulen fower two and thritieth and a 40th parts, Otto Helmers the like, [?Tobias]
hamman two two and thirtieth and one 40th parts, diderick [?RXXX]
one 32th and one 40th, Peter Ban [?Dame] 3 32th parts, ffrancis
[?Mayack] the like, Hance Yonge 2, 32th parts, Hendrick Momma the
like, and this deponent 6 two and thirtieth parts, and otherwise
hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.

To the seaventh hee saith that the silver and other lading seized in the
said shipp were received all aboard in the bay of Cadiz ad at now
other port,a nd that hee well knoweth the interrogated John Pape
Sivert Goodman and Martin Gansbergh, who were
and came aboard this deponents shipp in the said bay, and this deponent
was in theri company ashore at Cadiz, and that hee carried goods to tthe
said John Pape, and otherwise cannot depose, beleaving that
the other parties interrogated whom hee knoweth not live in Sevill, for that
most of his peece goods went thither.

To the 8th hee saith that the silver was brought aboard some by
day and therest by night in the said bay under commammd of the
fortresse, and otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 9th and 10th hee saith that the bills of lading for the goods were signed [?all]
ashore at Cadiz and those for the silver were signed aboard the said shipp by this
deponent, and that hee signed three (all of one tenor) for each
parcell, and noe others, and beleeveth that hee had one of each
aboard at the time of the said seizure, all which bills and other papeprs
aboard were sent to the Captaine of the Nonsuch frigot, and
that hee this deponent delivered the other two of each to such as laded the said goods
and silver or such as were sent therewith, and that those taken
aboard were alwaies in this deponents custodie from the time of the
seizure to the time they were sent aboard the Nonsuch, at which time
of seizure they were in a bundle wrapt up together the bills for
the goods by themselves and those for the silver by themselves, and
not in letters, and that hee beleeveth the goods and siler are for [?accompt]
according to the bills of lading, namely for accompt of such as the bills mention, [?XXXX]
that hee knoweth not other then by the bills of lading for whose accompt
the same are, saving that for the most part of those [?persons]
hee carried goods to Spaine, and saving that the said [?XXXX] [?GooXXX]
is a lubeck skipper and laded a thousand peeces of eight, and [?MXXXX]
[?Gansbergh] a hamborough skipper a bagge of 450 peecves
of eight and above of silver of 34 markes, which they respectively
send to their owners as money earned by freight of their shipps
hee referrs himselfe to the said bills.

To the 12th hee saith hee began to lade in or
about September and finished in a monethes space or thereabouts
and otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his roll or particularof [?lading]
seized and brought into this Court./

To the 13 and 14th hee saith hee cannot depose, for hee was never
at Cadiz before this voyage, and soe little did hee take notice or