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and the other being the third bill of lading is remaining in this Deposition
at Dunquirke hee further saith that the bill of lading so now being in [...]
Registry of this Court together with the other hee of the same [deponent] [were]
are [...] and [...] and so had and done at [...] is contained [...]
knoweth being the person who filled up all the said three bills of lading with
owne hand writing, and sent them with the said sylver aboard, and well [...]
fixing of the Purser wherewith they are signed. And otherwise saving his
foregoing and following [deponent] hee cannot depose: /
To the 5th and 6th articles of the said Allegation hee saith it is [now] that the
shipp the Salvadore with her whole [Cargaron] on being on her course from
Cadiz towards Ostend after the lading of the said sylver or money about
her were surprised and taken by some of the shipps of the Commonwealth
and brought up into England, and beleeved the said bagg and [peeces] of [...]
therein contained did them come to the possession of the said [...] [...]
saith that the said 456 [peeces] of eight were by this deponent brought and
provided and putt on board the said shipp the Salvadore with and out of the
proceed of a containe Cargaroon of goods belonging to the said producent
paper, bedsteads, and silke stuffes and other commodities brought from [...]
by the producent in his said shipp the Coulden summ to Cadiz and there
expressely lost in this deponents hands to be sold and disposed off to the
best advantage, and the returne thereof to be by that deponent remitted [from]
there to the said producent or his Assigne which this deponent accordingly
and laded the said sylver or moneys at aforesaid for the [acc...] and [...]
sole adventure of the said producent, And saith that no person or persons in [...]
with this Commonwealth had or have any share or interest therein, [...]
hee deposeth upon containe knowledge grounded upon the reasons aforesaid
To the 7th hee saith the arlate Peter Tamm was and is a Hamburg [...]
and hath lived or hold his Constant residence there from his [...] and
a Subject of that free state, ad for sure was and is well knowne [...]
deposeth being a native of Hamborough and Cozen to the producent
To the last hee saith his foregoing deponent is true.
To the [...]
To the first negatively;/
To the hee saith hee hath from this respondents in [faurie] [knowne] the [...]
Tam who is his Unckle, and saith this respondent is the interrate [...]
both on [...] and aboard
who was in [...] of [...] with the interrate Cloppenburgh [...]
the shipp Salvadore was last at Cadiz And otherwise negatively;/
To the 3rd hee saith hee this respondent was upon the occasion in question farther to the
producent his Unckle who is now [...] for him. And otherwise referred him
to his foregoing deposition.
To the 4th hee saith the interrate Peter Tamm hath lived in the [Scheeps]