HCA 13/69 Silver 1 f.47r Annotate
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To the third he saith that toward the latter end of September 1652 the sayd
Anne Muytinx deceased by her factor att Cadiz did lade and putt aboard the
sayd shipp the Sampson whereof Otto George was Captaine then riding att an
Anchor in the bay of Cadiz the sayd eight baggs of [conteyning] eight thousand
and fifty peices of eight old coyne of Peru as aforesayd more or lesse,
marked and numbred as aforesayd, and the sayd fifteene baggs more
conteyning three thousand eight hundred forty three peices of eight and
one halfe peice all old coyne of Peru marked and numbred as aforesayd for
the use and Accompt of her the sayd Ann Muytinx deceased to be carryed and
transported in the sayd shipp from Cadiz to Ostend and there to be delivered
to the sayd Ann Muytinx or her factor or Agent for her use, And somuch
the sayd Hieronimo Brudgman told this deponenent att Cadiz videlicet that they sayd
moneyes were for the Accompt of his [mother], and accordingly this deponent
made an entry them in his booke and allso this deponent told and [declared] the
same aboard the Sampson att the very tyme of their lading to the sayd Otto
George his Purser. And further he cannot depose.
To the fourth he saith that upon the very day of the lading of the sayd moneys
as aforesayd the sayd Otto George did signe three bills of lading for the
same all of one [tenor] and aboard the sayd shipp the Sampson in the presence
of this deponent, who on the behalf of his sayd Master Hieronimo Brudgman
was present and assisting at the lading of the sayd moneyes. Howbeit this
depondent saith that he caused noe mention to be made in the sayd Bill of
lading of the fifty odd peices of eight putt into one of the sayd eight baggs
as aforesayd not remembering in which of the sayd baggs the sayd fifty peices
were, nor of the [nynety] three supernumerary peices of eight and a halfe
putt in the fifteene baggs as aforesayd not knowing how many of the
sayd supernumerary peices were putt into [every] of them, and the sayd Captaine
and his Purser to whome this deponent then told the [premisses] saying it mattered
little or to that effect, the say Bills of lading were made for eight baggs
having a thousand peices of eight a peice in them, and for fifteene
baggs having two hundred and fifty peices of eight a peice in them. And
he further saith that the sayd Otto George after he had signed the sayd Bills
delivered them to this deponent and this deponent delivered back one of them to him the
said Otto George keeping two of them himselfe And sais that after his comeing ashoare This deponent delivered the sayd two
bills which he had [reserved] to himselfe as aforesayd to his sayd master
who imediately sent one of them to fflanders to his sayd master, and the kept
the other himselfe which is the very bill of lading to the allegation annexed and
now showne to him this Examinat. And further he cannot depose.
To the fifth he saith that having seene the sayd moneys laden as aforesayd and
comeing aboard the shipp Sampson whereon they were laden from Cadiz as
passenger he thereby knoweth that after lading of the sayd moneyes the
sayd shipp set sayle from Cadiz, and in her course towarde Ostend in the English
Channell was seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth and that
the sayd moneys were then aboard and by meanes of the seizure aforesayd
came into the possession of the takers who have since brought the sayd shipp
Sampson into the River of Thames and beleiveth that one of the sayd bills
of lading came also in the hands of the Takers or of some of them. And
further referring himselfe to the Acts of this Court he cannot depose.