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HCA 13/73 f.53r Annotate
First transcribed 10 August 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 53  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 10/08/2013  +
Transcription '''D.D.''' The 26th of [TORN PAGE] The c'''D.D.''' The 26th of [TORN PAGE] The claime of Peter Maria and Cesar}<br /> Gentilis Merchants of Genoa for silver}<br /> take in the ''Saint Laurence'' Peter}<br /> Bennewijsent Master. Budd}<br /> ffrancklin} Examined upon the allegation on the<br /> behalfe of the said claimers. '''jus''' '''Peter Vandeput''' of London<br /> Merchant aged 47 yeeres or<br /> thereabouts sworne and<br /> examined. To the first and second articles hee saith hee hath correspondence with the<br /> producents Peter Maria and Caser Gentilis in the<br /> way of Marchandize, and saith they were and are commonly<br /> reputed Natives and subiects and Inhabitants of the State of Genoa, and<br /> such hee beleeveth to be, having bin credibly informed<br /> that they are Patritij of the citie and State of Genoa. And<br /> further hee deposeth not, saving this deponent hath often received<br /> letteres from the said producents dated at Genoa as the place of<br /> their dwelling, and hath accordingly directed his letters to them there. To the third hee saith that by the dealings and correspondence which<br /> this deponent hath had and hath with the said producents, hee<br /> verily beleeveth them to be Merchants of great dealing, worth<br /> and qualitie, and saith they have and doe drive a trade and commerce from the<br /> Canaries and dominions of the king of<br /> Spaine in and with silver by their factors there resident, and<br /> that before the bringing of the silver in question to this port, this deponent<br /> by other shipps received to the valew of two thousand seaven<br /> hundred pounds sterling and upwards for their account from the<br /> Canaries, and to the valew of fowre thousand five pounds<br /> sterling for their accounts since the seizure of the silver in question<br /> (besides the said silver in question) the same being consigned unto<br /> him, And further hee deposeth not To the fourth article hee saith that before the lading of the silver<br /> in question namely about two yeeres since and severall other times this<br /> deponent received letters from severall Genoveses, where by they<br /> desired to be by him advised whether they might not safely<br /> send silver or Bullion to London and without danger consigne<br /> the same to him, or to the same effect, and that this deponent<br /> deeming (besides the furtherance of commerce) that hee should<br /> doe good service to the Commonwealth, did thereupon write<br /> to and encourage them to send silver, and for their further<br /> encouragement therein this deponent caused the Act of Parliament made for import<br /> of bullion, to be translated into Spanish and sent the same unto them<br /> and hee referreth himselfe to the said Act of Parliament for importation of silver, And<br /> further hee doth not deposend<br /> further hee doth not depose  +
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