HCA 13/69 Silver 6 f.4r Annotate
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and five yeares with Mr Boschaert a merchant at Cadiz before his comming
to dwell in Antwerp, and thereby and by his said living in Antwerp hee well
knoweth that the said Pinquet hath for the said seaven yeares space bin a
merchant that hath driven and still driveth a greate trade to Cadiz and
Saint Lucars for plate, moneys and other goods, this deponent both at Cadiz
and at Antwerp seeing and observing such his traffique and dealing, it being
[?XXXX] and usuall as hee saith in those places for merchants to observe one
anothers trade, and with whom and in what they cheifly deale, and while
this deponent was soe at Cadiz hee observed that the said Mr Pinquet
corresponded with Maximilian da [?hogha] and ffrancis de la Sierpe, merchants
and factors there, but cheifly with the said Maximilian da [?hogha], and
that hee used to send them goods from fflanders, and to have the retournes
thereof in plate, moneys and other goods, but principally in plate and money
and such correspondance and trade this deponent hath observed him to
keepe with them ever since his this deponents said comming to Antwerp.
And hee saith hee hath the more knowledge thereof by the greate familiaritie
that there is betweene the said producent and this deponents said master
Mr Boschaert who driveth the like trade, and hearing them frequently
discourse thereof, and in such discourse both at the house of the said
Pinquet and of Mr Boschaert in Antwerp this deponent oftentimes before
the moneth of October last and in and after the said moneth heard him the said
Pinquet say that hee expected a good and considerable quantitie of money
and plate in the shipps the Sampson, the Salvador and the Saint George
(speaking of the shipps arlate the Sampson whereof Otto George was and is
Captaine, the Salvador Christian Cloppenbergh Captaine, and the
Saint George, John Martenson dorp Captaine) to come from Cales for his
owne accompt, and this deponent knoweth and hath seene that the said
producent within the space of a yeare before October last shipped and sent
severall goods (as linnen cloth, laces, and cambrick and other goods at
severall times and in severall shipps from Ostend
to his said factors and correspondents at Cadiz; and this deponent verily
beleeveth that the moneys and plate schedulated were laden at Cadiz
aboard the said shipps for his the said producents accompt, and that the
same was and is the money and plate by him soe spoken of and exported
in the said shipps. And otherwise hee cannot depose, saving what followeth.