HCA 13/69 Silver 13 f.9r Annotate
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The 29:th of September :1653: [CENTRE HEADING]
The Clayme of John Bollart of Antwerpe for}
two baggs sealed containing one thousand and}
ten Peru pieces of eight on board the shipp the}
Morning starr Michael van Lubkin Master}
Examined upon an Allegation on the behalfe of
the said Claymers./
John Popeliers of Antwerp in Brabant
Booke, keeper to the said John Bollart aged 25.
yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined saith
as followeth videlicet:/
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That in
or about the moneth of January in the yeare 1652/3 the said John
Bollart the producent by Gerard Ryper his ffactor resident at Cadiz
did cause to bee laden into the said shipp the Morning Starr (Michael Van
Lubkin Master) then lying neare Cadiz in Spaine two baggs sealed containing
a thousand and ten pieces of eight Peru Coyne marked with the marke and numbers in
[MARKE, LH MARGIN]
the Margent, to be transported in the said shipp to dunquerke and there
delivered to the said producent or his assignes for his sole accompt and adventure
And that the said John Bollart at the time of lading as aforesaid was , and at
present is and ought to be the true and onely Proprietor of the said baggs of
peeces of eight, and that no other person whatsoever had or hath any share
title or interest in the same. The premisses hee knoweth, being Accomptant
or Booke keeper to the said producent, and by that meanes fully acquainted with
the whole negotiation that hee hath and driveth, and particularly after the
ladeing of the said two baggs of Pieces of eight as aforesaid, and