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ffactor and Agent of the sayd Conrade Esser did att Cadiz in Spaine lade and
putt aboard the sayd shipp Salvador (Christian Cloppenbergh Master) the foresayd
bagg of moneyes for the producents Accompt to be in the sayd shipp transported
from Cadiz to Ostend in fflanders and there delivered to the sayd Conrade
Esser or his Order for his use and Accompt, and that after the lading there
the sayd Christian Cloppenbergh firmed three bills of lading all of one
tenor for the said moneyes, one whereof went with the sayd moneyes and
was on board the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure, and that the bill
of lading mentioned in the sayd allegation abiding in the Registry of this
Court now shewne him this Examinat was and is one of the sayd originall
bills of lading and that the comtentes thereof were and are true. The
premisses This deponent knoweth to be true for that about the beginning
of Augist 1652 being att Saint Lucar in Spayne he there saw the foregoing
bagg of moenyes in the howse and possession of the sayd Joachim Schaer, and
there saw the sayd Ryalls told counted bagged upp and marked by the
sayd Schaer, who then told this deponent that the same were the moneyes of
the producent and that he would lade them aboard Christian Cloppenbergh [?XXX]
att Cadiz for the producents ccompt consigning them for Ostend, And this
deponent afterwards att Saint Lucar aforesayd heard the sayd Joachim Schaer [?say]
that he had laden the same accordingly, and that the sayd Christian Cloppenbergh
had signed three bills of lading for the same, and this deponent att the same
tyme saw in his hands one of the sayd bills which was of the very same tenor
with the bill of lading now shewne himsigned by Christian Cloppenbergh
in the sayd moneth of August with whose character and manner of writing
and firmeing this deponent is well acquainted. And otherwise he cannot
depose saving that he beleiveth that the bill of lading now shewne him was
sent into the Registry of this Court by them that made the seizure.

To the fifth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that after the sayd
bag and peices of eight in the same were laden as aforesayd the sayd
shipp sett sayle therewith from Cadiz and in her course to Ostend was taken
and seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth and brought into
England, and that the sayd bagg with 300 peices of eight was then [?abord]
the sayd shipp and came into the hands of the seizors, which he knoweth
comeing a Passenger aboard the sayd shipp from Cadiz and being [?abord]
her att the tyme of seizure. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd factor
of the producent told this deponent att Saint Lucar that the sayd moneyes were
the proceed of the producents owne goods; and saith the sayd producent
did and doth runn the sole adventure thereof and that noe subiect of the
States of the united Provinces or of the ffrench King or of anye [?other]
Prince or State in hostility with the Commonwealth of England had or hath
any share or interest therein or any part thereof, and otherwise [?saving]
his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.

To the seventh article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd Conrade
Esser was and is a native of Hamburgh and a subiect of the free state
thereof and so accounted and for theis three yeares last past and att
present hath bene and is an Inhabitant of the same place and for
nyne yeares before did live in Saint Lucar in Spaine as a merchant
stranger where this deponent knew him and was well acquainted with
him. And otherwise he cannot depose.