a letter of advise and the said 3 bills of … a letter of advise and the said 3 bills of lading annexed to the Allegation from the<br />
said producent by the hands of ffrancis Boosdourk[?] servant to the said producent;<br />
intemating and signifyeing that the said silver and moneyes were so laden<br />
and putt aboard [?] the accompt as aforesaid, And otherwise hee cannot<br />
depose. Saving that hee is in [?] purswaded that the said bills of ladeing <br />
sow showne unto him are reall and true bills of lading signed by the said<br />
John de Nos for and about the time of the ladeing of the silver and moneyes<br />
laden and marked as is predeposed.
To the 4th and 5th facters of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth<br />
That after the ladeing of the silver and moneys aforesaid the said shipp<br />
sett sayle therewith from Cadiz in Spaine towards Dunquirk or Ostend, and<br />
in her course thitherwards was taken by some of the shippes of this <br />
Commonwealth and brought into the River of Thames where shee now is,<br />
And that the respective parcells of silver and money laden for the accompt<br />
of the said producent were on board her at the time that she was seized<br />
And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the 6th hee saith, That for theise six yeares last past of this deponents<br />
knowledge, the arlate Pinquett hath driven and att present doeth drive<br />
and entertain a constant trade to Cadiz St Lucar and Sevill in <br />
Spaine for Silver and moneys, and saith hee hath his ffactors and Agents<br />
resident there, who receive his goods transmitted from fflanders and [?]<br />
him the returne thereof in silver and moneys according to his direction<br />
And this deponent verily beleeveth That the silver plates and moneyes <br />
now claymed were and are the proceed of certaine goods belonging <br />
to the said Pinquett which hee this deponent being at Cadiz in the<br />
moneht of October 1652 save[?] in the hands of the ffactors aforesaid<br />
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 7th hee saith That the arlate James Pinquett is a merchant of <br />
Antwepe, inhabitant there, native of fflanders and subject of the King<br />
of Spaine, and keepeth family at Antwerp. And for such a merchant,<br />
inhabitant, native and subject hee is commonly accompte. And<br />
otherwise cannot depose
To the 8th hee saith his foregoing depositions are true
To the Interries.
To the first negatively:.
To the second hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Pinquett for theise <br />
ten yeares, and the Interrate ffrancis de la sierpe and Peter Jansen de <br />
Youghe for theise six yeares last past or thereabouts. And otherwise <br />
hee cannot depose:
To the third hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, And otherwise<br />
hee cannot depose, saving that the interrate Pinquess is [?] ffactor to or for<br />
the interrate Peter Janson de Yonge or ffrancis de La sierpe[?] And<br />
otherwise he cannot depose.
(To the 4th
otherwise he cannot depose.
(To the 4th +