HCA 13/69 Silver 9 f.3r Annotate
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To the .14.th he saith that he this deponent who caused the sayd sylver and
moneyes aforesayd to be laden in manner as he hath predeposed had severall
effects in his hands of the sayd Dominick Martems, which were linnen
Cloth and tanned hides and were sent to Cadiz with this deponent in the
beginning of the moneth of Aprill 1652 from the Port of Amsterdam
in a shipp called the Saint George commannded by a Scotchman whose name
att present he remembreth not.
To the 15th he saith he caused the money and sylver to be laden himselfe as he
To the 16th he saith he is a native of Gallowayin ireland, and being a Bachelor
hath noe fixed abode att present but as a merchant resideth sometymes in
Ireland, sometymes in England, and in fflanders or Spaine and saith he is
the sonne of the producent but hath noe manner of Interest in the sylver
and moneyes nowe Claymed by property or ensurance, and saith that the
restitution thereof will not be any advantage to this deponent having a
stock of his owne separate from his sayd fathers estate. And further he cannot depose.