HCA 13/69 Silver 11 f.1v Annotate
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To the fifth article of the sayd allegation he saith It is notorious that the sayd shipp
and lading was seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth, and as
he hath credibly heard in her Course betwixt Cadiz and Ostend, And
otherwise cannot depose.
To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the arlate Paulus
Cobrisse by common repute is a fflandrian borne, and was and is a merchant
of and Inhabitant in Bridges where and in Spaine he hath lived
for theis 12 yeares last past and upwards which this deponent
knoweth having for all the sayd tyme bene his Correspondent And
otherwise cannot depose
To the seventh Article of the sayd allegation he saith he cannot depose
otherwise than as aforesad.
To the eighth he saith his depositions are true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. and 7. Interrogatories he saith he noe way belonged to the sayd shipp the
voyage in question, nor was in her, nor att Cadiz nor saw the sayd sylver or moneys
laden, nor the sayd bills of lading signed; And otherwise saving his foregoeing
depositions wherein he hath sett forth his knowledge and beleife in this matter
he cannot depose saving that Pedro Calvo interrate lives att Cadiz and hath
bene knowne by Correspondencyes to this deponent for 7 or 8 yeares now
past, and saving that the foresayd bills of lading are true and reall
as he beleiveth. and saving that he knoweth not Peter Navarro.
To the 8th. 9th and 10th: he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.
To the .11th. negatively for his part.
To the 12. 13. and 14th. Interrogatories he saith
that the sayd Pedro Calvo whom this deponent understands to be the principall
Lader of the sylver now claymed, is the factor of the sayd Paulus Cobrisse, and
hath as he beleiveth generall Order to remitt to the producent the proceed of
his goods in plate, and saith the sayd Pedro Calvo had divers effects in his hands
of great value of the manufacture of England sent to him by this Rendent from this port of
London in the yeares 1648 and 1649. in severall shipps to Cadiz from the producents
Accompt. that is to say. 29. bales of Norwich stuffes, bayes, perpetuanaes and some
woorsted stockins of the cleane value of .2462. li 1. s 10. d sterling laden aboard the Sampson
of Hamburgh Otto George Commander about September 1648. and 21 bales more
of bayes, and .6. trunkes of stockins of the cleane value of 2476. li 15. s 8. d
laden aboard the Culpepper John Thomas Commander, about the moneth of October
1648. and 25 bales more of stuffes and bayes of the cleane value of 2222. li
16. 7. d sterling laden about Januart 1649 part aboard the shipp Confidence Thomas [?CromXX]
Commander, and part-aboard the Maidenhead James Lutton Commander [?a ?part XX]
whereof faithfully extracted out of this deponents Leiger (sic) he hath formmerly left
in the Registry of this Court videlicet upon his examination in the oroducents clayme
for his sylver and moneyes in the Sampson Otto George Master. And otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the .15th. Interrogatory he saith he is a native and an Inhabitant of this City of
London. and otherwise negatively being noe wayes related to the producent not having any
Interest att all in the sayd sylver or moneyes now Claymed.
To the .16th. Interrogatory negatively.
To the 17. 18. 19 and 20th. he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 21. negatively.
To the .22. he saith he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesaid.
T the 23. he saith the bills of lading annexed as aforesayd came as he beleeveth
to Bridges from Cadiz by the post that being the usuall Course and were as
he veleiveth brought to this Citty by the sayd Paulus Cobrisse from bridges
and otherwise cannot depose
To the 24. and 25. he saith he cannot depose.