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To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee is a hamburger borne, and noe subiect of the
kinge of Spaine, and saith hee was in and was master of the said shipp the
Saint Mary when shee was seized by the English.
To the second hee saith hee had both plate and moneys aboard the
shipp Santa Maria (when shee was seized) for his owne account, and [?soe GUTTER
had the said John Moller for his account, and each of them had alsoe
hides and other goods, and they have put in their respective claimes
for their said silver, money and goods, referring himselfe
to the said claimes.
To the third hee saith that this deponent with his owne hand delivered
back the said originalls of the nineth, tenth and eleaventh schedules [?to GUUER]
the said Secretary of Admirall Stokes, and saw the said Moller
deliver up unto him the said originalls of the said first eight
schedulesm, the said Secretary being named as hee saith Mr G[?XXX GUTTER]
or Mr Wilson. And saith that such delivereing back of the said
originalls to the said Secretary by this deponent and the said Moller
in the hall or dyning room of the house of Monsieur Gardamard upon the key in Tolon, where
the said Admirall Stokes then lodged, and was about [?noone GUTTER]
time of the say, but the day of the moneth or weeke hee remembreth
not. And saith that one Lewes Grasson Consull there for
the hollands nation, and david Martens a holland marchant dwelling
at Marseille, and one Mr Arnaud a Notary dwelling in Tolon
were all three present and saw the said delivery up of the said
originalls, when this deponent and Moller soe redelivered them
To the fourth hee saith that all the said eleaven originalls were
all soe redelivered up to the said secretary at one and [?XX GUTTER]
time and place as aforesaid, after they had bin about six or [?XXX GUTTER
dayes (as hee remembreth the space) in the custody of the said Moller
and this deponent to take the said copies thereof. And further
Repeated before Colonel Clark.
John V: L[?ynen GUTTER] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Th eighth of November 1659. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said allegation.
John Moller of Amsterdam Merchant aged 28 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth That
upon the seizure in question of the shipp the Santa Maria arlate [?there GUTTER]
were by Captaine Storey (who seized her) taken into his possession and
put into a little chest or scrittor wherein hee carried them to Tolon [?XXX GUTTER]
being there arived, tooke them and carried them ashore to Admirall
Stokes, taking this deponent along with him, and this deponent
saw the delivery thereof by Captaine Storey to the said Admirall