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To the third Interrogatorie hee saith hee saw some of the bales of goods of
Phillip van hulten aforesaid in his house before they were laded, and saw
some of them taken thence and put into a boate to be carried aboard the
said shipp, and this deponent alsoe laded his owne goods aforementioned out
of this deponents owne house and the said fatt it appear [?XXX] of the
said Abraham holdewiger this deponent saw in the said Abrahams
house before the said lading thereof, all their said houses being as hee saith
in Amsterdam. And saith hee hath alsoe seene others of the goods that
were laded, in the house of the laders before the lading thereof, but the
names of such persons or the kindes of goods hee cannot specifie
as hee saith, nor can hee specifie the other goods laded as hee saith, (more
than that they are as hee saith all free goods) nor the valews thereof,
And saith the house of the said Philip van hulten is on th ekey [?sars]
gracht, and this deponents house is alsoe there, and the house of Abraam
holdewiger on the Prim[?us] gracht in Amsterdam. And further saving as
aforesaid hee cannot answer to this Interrogatorie.

To the fourth hee saith that hee this deponent hath had and hath correspondence
with one Elias Lenorsen van keulen living at Cadiz, but being an
Amsterdammer borne and subiect of the said States of the United Netherlands,
and not with any Spaniard, nor Spanish subiect, nor hath hee received
any goods from his said correspondence but only what were retournes of goods
thither [?XXX] for this deponents owne account, nor hath this deponent
sold or disposed of any goods at Amsterdam or els where for his said correspondent
or for any person living in those parts. And saith that hee cannot
make any further answer to this Interrogatorie, saving that
hee never heard that any Spaniard sent any goods into
holland to be in holland or elswhere disposed for Spaniards account, but
hath frequently heard hollanders say that they have soe much and soe much
money owing to them in Spaine, and therefore say they expected money from
thence from their dutch correspondents being for goods that they had sent thither, and hee saith hee never
heard that any hollanders corresponded with any Spaniard.

To the fifth hee saith hee beleeveth not that there is soe much as a
penny worth of goods in the Marcus Aurelius that is the retourne of
any Spaniards goods, or that is the produce or effect of goods of any
Spaniard or Spanish subiect, sent from Cadiz or any of the
dominions of the king of Spaine. And further cannot as hee saith answer.

To the sixth hee saith hee alsoe beleeveth that not any part
whatsoever of the said lading was or is for account of any Spanish subiect
or of any dweller (being a Spanish subiect) in Spanish territories, or for any that is in partnership for Spaniards or
Spanish subiects. And further cannot answer as hee saith.

To the seaventh hee saith hee knoweth well that the said shipp hath not
bin bought for nor is upon any Spanish designe to be a ship of warr or in
trade for any Spanish subiects or Spaniards within the Spanish dominions
or territories, nor any part thereof, and this hee answereth (as hee doth
the rest) by vertue of his oath. And further cannot answer.

To the eighth hee saith hee was not present nor saw the buying of any of
the goods, but only of his owne aforementioned, which goods of his owne hee
saith hee bought some at Amsterdam and the rest at harlam about a