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bill of lading remaining in the Registry of this Court And otherwise
To the 6:th and 7th hee saith, That the said 138. baggs of wooll were bu this deponents
precontest, videlicet his Stiersman received aboard the said shipp who entred the
markes thereof into his booke together with the number aforesaid, which entries in
the said booke the same were transcribed into the booke of this deponent by his Precontest
and from whom received and to whom consigned, and saith that the said booke
of this deponents entrie of goods received did as to the quantitiem or number of baggs
and the markes of the same punctually agree, as also the name of the [?lader]
and to whom consigned, and saith the said booke was aboard his said shipp att the
time shee was seized, and that hee for the reasons predeposed well knoweth
the said woolls were laden by the order of the said John de Windt.
To the 8.th negatively:-
To the 9:th hee saith hee doeth not knowe neither doeth hee in Conscience
beleeve that any part of the goods interrate belongeth to any other person or
persons in the world, but onely to the said Domingo Centurione for and
upon the accompt of the ffactories of his Catholique Majesty aforesaid and
that his said shipp the Morning Starr at the time of her being seized
was directly bound for Dunquirke to have discharged the said woolls and
the rest of her Cargo:/
To the 10:th negatively./
To the 11:th hee saith, That the said John de Windt severall times told this
deponent at Cadiz that the interrate Domingo Centurione had given him
order to lade the woolls aforesaid for the accompt aforesaid to be transported
and delivered as is predeposed/:-
To the 12th hee saith, the said woolls were brought in barques from Sevill
to Cadiz with dispatches from thence in the name of the said Centurione
and being visited at Cadiz in the said barques by the Alcada [?Sackat] [?an]
Officer of the King of Spaine appointed thereunto, the same were by direction
of the said John de Windt laden and putt aboard this deponents shipp as aforesaid
And otherwise negatively, And further cannot depose:/
To the 13. hee knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 14. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition./
To the 15. hee is a Hamburgher by birth and habitation, And otherwise
To the 16. hee saith the said shipp the 'Morning Starr begann her out
wards Voyage from Hamborough about three yeares since laden
with peece goods for the accompt of severall Merchants of Hamborough
And otherwise cannot depose:
To the 17. hee saith by Vertue of his oath, That all the goods of the
outwards lading were taken in at Hamborough, and none at Amsterdam
or elswhere under the States interrate, And otherwise cannot depose
To the 18. hee referreth to his foregoing deposition And otherwise cannot depose