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To the 6th and 7th hee saith that he saw the shipp booke of the Sampson before
the seizure and there saw an entry made of the sylver interrate with
the markes and numbers agreeable to the bills of lading
and saith he is sure that Peter Claesson named in the sayd bills for lader
did carry the sayd moneys in his boat a shipboard, and the sayd booke is
as he beleiveth in the Registry of this Court. And further he cannot

To the eighth he knoweth nothing thereof, saving he saith the bills of
lading were made for the delivery of the sayd moneyes to the use of
Anne Muytinx and not to the parties interrogated.

To the 9th he saith he is fully convinced in his conscience that noe subiects of
the States of the United Provinces or ffrench King had or hath any
manner of interest what soever in the moneyes now claymed, and that
the shipp Sampson was bound to Ostend and to noe other part and
otherwise negatively.

To the 10th he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the .11th negatively.

To the 12th he saith that the sayd Hjeronimo Brudgmans had effects in
his hands of his sayd mother Ann Muytinx. videlicet. bone lace whereof
the moneys now claymed are the proceed. and the sayd Hjeronimo told
this deponent two moneths before the lading of the sayd moneys that he had
such effects in his hands to a good value and that he intended to make
a returne thereof to his sayd mother in sylver from Cadiz. and otherwise
he cannot depose.

To the .13.th he saith that the sayd Hjeronimo Brudgman told this deponent
att Cadiz that the sayd moneys were his mothers and that he would lade
them for her Accompt videlicet the Accompt ofthe sayd Ann Muytinx
and diego Maistre who as servant to the sayd Hjeronimo attended the
ladeing thereof told this deponent after lading thereof that the same
was laden for the Accompt of the sayd Ann Muytinx. And further
he cannot depose.

To the 14th he saith he is a native and an Inhabitant of Dunkirke and
hath noe manner f interest whatsoever in the sylver or moneys claymed
nor will the restitution thereof be any advantage to him.


To the 24th he saith he saw Diego Maestre bring two bills of lading for the
sayd sylver both of one tenor and deliver his master, and heard him then say
that a thrid bill of the same tenor was left and abiding with the sayd
Otto George a shipboard.