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shipp which they know to be there laded and not to be for Spaniards account, will seize
the same as the common report and fame is. And further cannot depose
To the sixth hee saith hee hath knowne the arlate John Mollar from the time of the
said shipps being readie to saile from Amsterdam as aforesaid, at which time it
was said that one dwelt at Antwerp and had long dwelt at Cadiz, and saith hee
is a Roman Catholique, And further hee cannot depose.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that the said John van lynen owing him money for the said
voyage, hee cometh over to this citie to recover it, and being here, cometh of his
owne accord to be a witness in this cause. And saith hee had to the valew of nine
hundred eightie gilders in goods aboard the said shipp, and soe much hee saeth
they cost him at Amserdam, which upon his turning ashore at the Canaries were there
seized, and that hee hath bin at greate charges in lying there eight monethes, for all which and his wages
hee saith hee expecteth satisfaction out of the goods in question in case of their
being prize, and otherwise negatively.
To the second hee saith hee is a native of harlingen in ffriezland, and cannot
speake or understand other language than dutch, and saith hee hath dwelt for two
yeares last at Middleborow, and before for nine yeares at fflushing,and that
dutch is his Mother=tongue.
To the third negatively for his part, and otherwise hee cannot depose
To the fowrth hee saith hee knew the said shipp before such her setting saile from
Amsterdam about two monethes, during which space hee a[?bode] there, and ther first
saw her, shee being then and there built
To the fifth hee saith hee knew not the said John the Spaniard but from the
said time of his this deponents said comming to serve in the said shipp at Amsterdam
where hee first saw him; and saith hee was by every one acknowledged to be a
Spaniard, and this deponent never saw him in Spaine, and otherwise hee cannot
answer saving negatively for his part.
To the sixth hee saith hee knoweth Phillip van hulten of Amsterdam who hee saith [A VERB APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN LEFT OUT BY THE ORIGINAL SCRIBE]
goods in the said shipp at Amsterdam, and saith shee received a cargo of goods in her from Amsteram,
And otherwise hee cannot answer, saving negatively for his part.
To the 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 and 13 hee cannot answer, not being in the said shipp after
such her first departure from Santa Cruse.
To the fowrteeneth hee saith hee knoweth one Cornelius living then in Santa Cruse
who came often aboard to John Mollar, and saith hee is dutchman and said to be
a native of S'Hertogenvosch in Brabant in the dominion of the States of the United Netherlands,
And otherwise hee cannot answer.
To the fifteeneth hee saith hee knoweth not of any goods bought by the said John the
Spaniard at Amsterdam for himselfe or others, And otherwise hee cannot answer.
To the 16th negatively.
To the 17th hee saith the said tarr was for merchandize, being farr too much
for the vessells use or service; and saith the said shallops materialls were laded
to be made up and used to trade in the shipps service in the West Indias, and to goe
to and againe, the said shipp being first designed for Rio de la plata where the
said shallop was to have bin used, And otherwise hee cannot answer.
To the 18th 19 and 20 hee cannot answer for hee was not there.
To the 21th hee saith hee saw the said John the Spaniard lade the said wines at the
Canaries, namely at Santa Cruse, and this deponent helped in the lading thereof,
And otherwise hee answereth negatively.