HCA 13/73 f.528r Annotate
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Commonly accounted, being both well knowne to this Deponent
And lastly hee saith that as hee was informed by his precontest
Mr Van Wallendall (who tooke care of the busines as to the
concernment of himselfe this Deponent and the said Ghelijns) the
bills of Lading were made in the names of the said Theevenien
and Pagez (being both ffrenchmen) as Laders the better to
Preserve them from Seizure by the Portugaezes or Swedes
with whom the Dutch are in enmity, and that there was a Colourable
bill to that Purpose alsoe made, purporting the Consignation
of the said Goods. to Mr Andre at Lisbone, and further cannot
To the Interrogatories ministred by Mr Budd. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee Answereth negatively./:
To the 2d hee saith that the ffreight for the said goods were
payable at Cales upon the Discharge there, and otherwise
hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid./.
To the last hee saith the said ship as hee was informed
was seized at sea about five or six Dutch miles from Saint Martins
To the Interrogatories ministred by Mr Cheeke [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee hath Lived at Rochell about
six yeeres, during which space hee hath knowne the foresaid
Mr Thevenien, Mr Pagez, Mr Wallendal, and Mr Terhuitten
who have bin resident there for all that time, And hee well
knoweth that none of them are ffactors for any Spaniards
of Cadiz, or any other place, for hee saith the Spaniards have
not during the warr driven any trade there. And otherwise
Answereth not, saving as aforesaid./.
To the 2d. Negatively for his Part and otherwise cannot
To the 3d. hee saith hee is a native of Amsterdam as
aforesaid, and lived there till hee was twelve yeeres old
and then went to Roan in ffrance where hee lived about
three yeeres and a halfe thence to Dantzick where hee lived
about foure yeeres, And from thence went to Rochell
where hee hath lived since till about three weekes since that
hee came for London And saith that in all these fforaine
places after his departure from Amsterdam hee was Imployed
daniel van liebengen [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]