HCA 13/69 Silver 4 f.16v Annotate
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Tot the 26th he saith he saw the sayd Pursor of the Sampson signe the
bills of lading of one tenor for the sayd large barr of sylver and the
same being signed Lorenzo de [?] then[?] present tooke two of them into
his owne hands and custody, and left the third in the possession of the
sayd Purser. And further he cannot depose saving he saith the bills
of lading were all loose
To the Interrogatories in the second place
To the 1 and 2. he saith it is prohibited to carry sylver out of Spaine
without license and so [?] he saith is notorious. And further saith
that if [?] sylver be seized in the ports of Spaine before it be
embargoes and transported, it is confiscated to the Kind of Spain of[?]
but not[?] otherwise. And further he cannot depose. Saving he saith
in case the [?] sylver be seized as aforesayd the owners are many
years admitted to compesition, and in case the sayd sylver [?]
out of the ports of Spaine the property in and to the same abides
and remaynes in the true Owners thereof to all intents and purposes
Sam Delaphine Diego Martine