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States of the United Provinces or ffrench King had or hath any property
part or interest in the sylver and money now claymed. and otherwise

To the .10th. he saith that Christian Aelst by letters and Hjeronimo Brudgmans
by word of mouth did acquaint this deponent att Cadiz that the sylver
now claymed should be laden for their Accompt, and the sayd Jeronimo
acquainted the masters of the shipps interrate with the same accordingly.

To the .11th. he saith that Hjeronymo Brudgmans received directions from Christian
Aelst to procure and lade the sayd sylver, and this deponent receyved
Command from his sayd master Heronimo to see the same laden for the
Accompt of the producents.

To the .12.th he saith the sayd Hjeronimo had effects of linnen cloth and
bone lace in his hands for the sayd Aelst and himselfe which came
from Ostend in the yeare 1651. and further he cannot depose

To the 13. he saith his sayd master did tell this deponent that the sayd moneys
and plate was for his owne and the sayd Aelsts accompt, and to be
laden att their sole adventure.

To the .14. he saith he is a native of Bridges in fflanders liveth att Sevill
and is a servant of the sayd Hjeronimo in the way of merchandize.
and saith he hath noe manner of property or interest whatsoever in the
sayd sylver and moneys, nor will the restitution thereof be any benefit
or its confiscation any losse to him.

To the 15 and 16th he cannot depose.

To the 17th negatively.

Top the 18th he saith that Hjeronimo Brudgman
caused insurance to be made upon three thousand peices of eight
laden aboard the Salvador at Sevill. And the Insurers were and
are Spaniards and fflemings all merchants of Sevill, but their
names he remembreth not. and otherwise negatively.

To the 19. 20. and 21th he saith that he hath fully satisfyed in
his foregoeing depositions. and further cannot depose.

To the 22th he saith the money and plate now claymed were laden under
Command of the forts of Cadiz, and otherwise negatively.

To the 23. and 24th he saith that att the signing of the bills of lading interrate, the
sayd masters delivered all the bills respectively to him this deponent And
this deponent delivered back againe one of each tenor to them
respectively, loose without cover aboard their respective shipps
videlicet one for the twelve baggs of money to John Martinsdorp
and two to Christian Cloppenberg, that is to say for the fifteene
baggs of money one, and for the four bars of sylver one.

To the Interrogatories in the second place. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1 and 2d he saith that It is prohibited to transport sylver and
moneyes out of Spaine, and the same is notorious as he beleiveth
And saith that if money and sylver laden without license be
seized in the ports of Spaine before transportation the same is
usually confiscat unlesse the Owners compound for it. And further
he cannot depose./

Diego Maestre [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Sam Delaplace [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]

Repeated before Doctor Clarke
and Mr Cocl./