HCA 13/69 Silver 13 f.8r Annotate
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To the sixth he saith that the arlate de la Sierpe for theise two yeares
now past and upward hath bene a Correspondent of and with the sayd
George Boschart and James Pincquet and hath dealt for them for and
during the sayd tyme as a factor or Agent in the may of merchandizing
of the certaine knowledge of this deponent being very intimat and
well acquainted with him the sayd de la Sierpe. And further he cannot
To the seventh article he saith he cannot depose.
To the eighth article he saith and deposeth that the articulat ffrancisco
de la Sierpe told and acquainted this deponent att Cadize before the
lading of the sylver articulat in manner as aforesayd, that he bought the
sayd sylver of and from a Spanish merchant to and for the
use and accompt of George Boschaert and James Pincquett articulat
and that according to Order from them receyved for payment and
satisfaction for the sayd sylver to be made to the merchant when
the same was bought hhe had drawne Bills of Exchange upon Xill (sic)
and Michael duissart (sic) merchants of Sevill in Spayne, And that the
said Xill and Michael duissart were to draw the like Bills upon the
arlate George Boeschart (sic) and James Pinquet to be payd att Antwerpe
And this deponent hath understood by letters of advise out of fflanders
that the sayd producents have payd and satisfyed the Bills of Exchange
drawne upon them by the sayd Merchants of Sevill to the effect aforesayd
And further he cannot depose saving that for the reasons prredeposed he
verily beleiveth that the sylver in question doth solely belong to the
producents and nnot to any dutchman subiect of the United Provinces
or any ffrenchman or subiect of any Prince or State in hostility with
To the ninth he saith that the arlate ffrancisco de la Sierpe by a common repute
is by birth a Dunkerker and for these fourteen yeares last or thereabouts this
deponent hath knowne him an Inhabitant in Cadiz where he is accompted
to be a subiect of the King of Spaine, and not of the States or the United Provinces
ffrench King or any Prince or State in hostility with England. And
further he cannot depose.
To the tenth he saith that the articulat Peter Lambs (sic) by common repute is a
fflandrian borne and inhabited att Ostend, being a subiect of the
King of Spaine and not of the States of the United Provinces, ffrench
King or any Prince or State in hostility with this Commonwealth, and
otherwise referring himselfe to his prceding depositions he cannot
To the eleaventh he saith that the arlate James Pinquet is commonly reputed
to be a fflandrian, by birth and to inhabite in Antwerpe, and the
sayd George Boschart to be an Hamburgher by birth, And hath for these
two yeares last lived att Antwerpe aforesayd, and for ten yeares
and upwards before this deponent knew him to inhabite in
Cadize arlate, for all which tyme he hath bene and now is a subiect
of the King of Spaine; And the producents are both of them commonly
accompted to be subiects of the sayd King, and not of the States of the
United Provinces, the King of ffrance or any Prince or State in hostility
with this Commonwealth and the producents are commonly accounted
merchants of good repute. And otherwise he cannot depose.