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knoweth being att the same tyme a passanger aboard the sayd shipp
and further referring himself to his present[?] he cannot

To the sixth he saith the sayd Paulus Cobrisy[?] was and is by common repute[?]
a fflandrian borne a merchant and Inhabitant of Bridges in fflanders
and knowes his house and family there and so [?] done for for years and upwards now
And further he cannot depose[?].

To the seventh he saith that the moneys plate and sylver mentioned in
the sayd two bills of lading to the allegation annexed were really bought
provided and laden by the Agents of the sayd Paulus Coriso[?] and forged
[?] use and Accompt, and he alone was to runne and did and doth [?]
the hazard and adventure of the same. All which he knoweth for the
reasons above sett forth. And further cannot depose.

To the [?] Interries

To the first he saith he was aboard the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure
and came first aboard as a Passanger in October 1652. att Cadiz.

To the second he saith he hath knowne the Interrate Paulus Cobriso [by?]
sight onely eight or nine monthes, and by correspondence five yeares
and Pedro Calvo he hath knowne eight years, and Pedro Nabarro abo[ut?]
13 or 14 monethes and saith the sayd Navarro and Callo were in Company
with this deponent and John Martins att the tyme interrate, and in the
sight of this deponent went together in a boat from Cadiz to [?] aboard
the shipp St Georg interrate. And further cannot depose.

To the third he saith the sayd Pedro Navarro and Pedro Calvo are the [?]
or Agents of Paulus Cobriso interrate and this Rendent saw them go
in a boat to lade sylver and moneyes aboard the St George as aforesaid.

To the fourth he saith the sayd Paulus Cobriso is by comon report
a fflandrian Borne living in Bridges for ten years past and upwards
and the say navarro and Calvo and Spainiards and by comonplace
have lived att or neare Cadiz all their tyme

To the 5th he saith the sayd sylver and moneyes was laden in the day tyme
by the sayd factors whose names are Pedro Navaro and Pedro Calvo. And
further being not aboard att the tyme of lading he cannot depose.

To the 6th he saith he was present and saw the sayd Bills of Lading signed [?]
the 8th day of October 1652 in the howse of the sayd Pedro Calvo in Cadiz
by John Martine interrate

To the 7th he saith that the two Bills of lading interrate were and are true and
reall and not seigned and colourable. And he beleiveth that one Bill of
lading for some sylver belonging to the sayd Paulus Cobriso wherein by [?]
the same was entered[?] for the Accompt of an Hamburgher, and [?] [?]
bills of lading for sylver belonging to this deponent, and otherwise
belonging to his [?] John de Losa Barona, whering the [?] of
Paulus Cobriso an ffrancis Sloyer are colourably made use of were
found aboard the sayd shipp St George. And further he cannot depose.

To the 8th and 9th he saith he saw the parties in the sayd Bills of Lading named
to have laden the sayd moneys and sylver [?] off in a boat from[?] Cadiz [?]
the same with intent to lade it. And further being not aboard att [?] tyme[?]
of lading he cannot depose.

To the 10th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof

To the 11th he saith he doeth not know nor is convinced or believeth in his
[?] that the money and sylver now claymed in the name of Paulus[?]