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To the first second and third Articles of the sayd allegation this deponent saith
and deposeth that the arlate Christian Cloppenburgh master of the sayd
shipp the Salvador did lade aboard the sayd shipp in the bay of Salvador


for his owne proper use and account all and singular the goods and moneys


hereafter specifyed that is to say eight butts of packs of the first mark
in the margent three patachoes of Tobacco of the second marke in the margent


one Chest of sugar without marke. one bagg of moneys sent the [?]
hundred peices of eight of the Coyne of mexico marked with that
third marke in the margent, and the [?] of eight butts of [?] [?]
of the sayd third marke of the margent, to be transported to Ostend and
there to be disposed of the use of him the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh
And saith that the arlate John [?] att the tyme and place aforesayd
did lade aboard the sayd shipp for his owne Accompt the other [?]
the sayd eight butts of Pack marked with the sayd third marke in the margent
and allso four hundred ninety six peeces of Camipeika[?] wood to be in
the sayd shipp from Cadiz transported to Ostend and there to be disposed
of by Christian Cloppenburgh aforesayd to the use and accompt of
him the sayd John [?]; and further saith that in the sayd month
of October the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh
and John [?] were and att presente are and ought to be the true
and lawful Owners of the sayd severall goods and money as laden
by them respectively as aforesayd. [?] the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh
of the eight butts of Pack of the first marke one mayeth of 8 butts
of pack of the third marke, there pacachoe of [?] of the second [?] of
one chest of sugar, without marke and the sayd bagg of sylver of the
the sayd third marke, and the sayd John [?] of the sayd [?] of
eight butts of Pack of the sayd third marke, and the sayd 496 peices of
Campeche[?] wood, which he knoweth to be true seeing the sayd moneys
and goods laden as aforesayd and knowing they were bought and
procured in Spaine by the sayd parties respectively for the respective
Accompts as aforesayd. And further he cannot depose
To the fourth he saith that over and besides the sayd goods that were
laden att Cadiz aboard the sayd shipp the tyme aforesaid three butts of
[?] for the Accompt of some of the mariners another of the second mark
in the margent, another of the third marke in the margent to
be transported from Cadiz to Osten and there to be disposed of the sayd
mariners who in the sayd month of October were and att present are
the owners and proprietors of the sayd three butts of [?] which he
knoweth being one of the sayd shipps company and seing the [?]
had and done as aforesayd. And further he cannot depose.

To the fifth he saith that after the lading of the forementioned producent
moneys of the sayd shipp sett sayle from Cadiz and in her course towards
Ostend was seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth and saith
that att the tyme of seizure all the sayd goods and moneys wereabouts
her[?] and came to the [?} of the Takers; which he [?} being
Steersman of the sayd shipp and aboard her att the sayd tyme of seizure
And further he cannot depose

To the 6.7. and 8th he saith that the sayd Christian Cloppenburgh as a
native and [?] of Hamburgh and there hath his course and [?] by
and is a subject of the free state of Hamburgh and [?] and hath
by common repute lived in hamburgh all his tyme and for five years
last past this deponents hath knowne him a Burgher there. And saith the
sayd John [?] by Comon repute is a native of Hamburgh, and lives at
Sivill in Spaine where this deponent hath knowne for theis four years