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To the third Interrogatorie hee saith that somtimes before Santo domingo
the said shipp had a Burgoyne flagg out with a holland flagg, and somtimes
a holland flagg alone, and somtime a redd flagg and somtime all
three at once, and sometime none but the holland [?XXXdells] which were alwaies out
, which Bourgoyne flagg the master had
formerly in another shipp. And saith that hambrugers are not free to
trade in the Spanish west Indies without permission of the Gouvernour of
the place, which permission for the said shipps trading there was obtained
for a summe of money, as is usuall in such case, And further cannot
To the fourth hee saith hee saw the said John van Lynen at Amsterdam goe
to and againe in lading his said outwards goods, and lade and take particular
care thereof as being his owne, and saw them brought from shopps and
places (where hee bought them) by his order, And further referreth himselfe
to his foregoing deposition, and saving the same cannot answer.
To the fifth hee saith that both the said John Mexia de herera and this examinate
did assist the said John van lynen in trucking and bartering away his said
outwards goods, and procuring and buying the said plate, money and goods for
him in retourne thereof, all which were the proceed of his outwards goods
and bought therewith by truck, and not with money, and hee is very we;;
assured that the said plate, money and goods claimed were laded for the sole
account and doe belong to the said John van Lynen, truely and really and
not to any subiect of the King of Spaine or other person than the said John, and
That his name is not colourably used, but really, And further saving as
aforesaid hee cannot answer.
To the 6 hee cannot answer, but verily beleeveth the said John van
lynen hath not since sold or alienated the said plate, money or goods or any part
To the 7th negatively.
To the 8th hee saith hee was at Santo Domingo and saw the lading
of all the said plate, money, and goods claimed by the said John van Lynen
in this cause, and came thence in her and saw the said seizure by Captaine
Story, and the comming of the said plate money and goods to his possession
Jean Moller [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
van hulten and others.}
The answers of the said John Moller to the Interrogatories
in the third place, brought in the 15th instant.
To the first hee saith that comming hether to this citie to looke after and
calime goods of his owne that were seized in the said shipp, hee was
spoken here unto by the correspondents of the producents
to be a witnes and to speake what he knewe in this busines, and saith hee
hath bin here on England about a weekes space, and saith hee saw the
allegations (upon which hee is examined) at the time of such his examination
And otherwise negatviely.
To the second hee saith hee this examinate went Sopracargo of the said
shipp the said voyage and kept the accounts thereof, and saith hee can
both speake and write Spanish very well and kept his accounts
partly in Dutch and partly in Spanish, according to the places hee came to
and otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.