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To the 5th hee saith hee doth not knowe the said Don Luis
Peroz de Vittoria the said producents said ffactor personally. and
saith hee knoweth not that the said de Vittoria is ffactor to any
Spaniard or subject of the King of Spaine, nor hath this
Deponent received order from any person to claime the said silber
in Question other than the said producent from whom hee
saith hee hath received Expresse order therein, and hath had
?procuzaccon from him alone in that behalfe, and other
wise negatively saving as aforesd, saying the said Don
Luis Perez de Vittoria is soe farr from having given any
order for Claiming the silver in question that hee Doth not as
this deponent beleeveth yet knowe of the seizure thereof

To the 6th hee saith that upon the bringing in of the said
ship to Plymouth the bill of lading interrogated together w:th
the Letter and ffactory were amongst other papers sent there
in a packet to this deponent as coming out of the said ship.
and this deponent brought them into this Court.

To the 7th hee saith hee knoweth not ought if any other bill
of Lading touching the said silver in Question than the said
bill soe brought into Court, and here remaining, nor of
any other Invoice than that annexed to the Allegation whereupon
hee is now Examined, and otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his
foregoing deposition:

Repeated before the two Judges in Court

Peter Vandeput [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

The same day

Examined upon the said Allegation:


Abraham Cabeljan of London merchant aged 53
yeeres or thereabouts, sworne and Examined:

To the first and second articles hee saith and deposeth that the
producent Steven Pallavacino, was and is commonly reputed a native
of Genoa. and Inhabitant Subject of that Comonwealth, and saith
that hee this deponent living with and being Book Keeper of and for the
precontest Mr Peter Vandeput merchant hath seene severall Letters
from the said producent Living at Genoa sent to and received by the said Mr Vandeputt Correspondent
here, and severall Letters of his directed to the said producent, and there
resident, And further hee deposeth not

To the 3d article hee saith that before the silver in question came and arrived
here in England, the ffactor of the said producent called don Luis
Perez de Vittoria, sent from the Iland of Teneriffe to the XXXX
Mr Vandeput, for his the said producents Accompt to the Vallue
of betwixt twelve and thirteene hundred pounds sterling in silver which XXX
received by the said Mr Vandeput for the account of the said producent
and was soe received by the said Mr Vandeput herein this XXXX
before the arrivall of the silver in question of this deponents sight, who XXX
XXX receipt thereof and the Letters and dispacthes concerninge the