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The 4.th day of November . 1653:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of Giles Risheuvel and Melchior Rediquer}
for their goods in the White Angell, John Lewison de}
[?XXXX] master) Smith. Budd.}

Examined upon the said Allegation



3.us/ (sic)

Peter Vande Wyer of dunquirke in fflanders
Merchant aged 26. yeares or thereabouts sworne
and examined/:-

To the first second third and 4th articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That n the moneth of March last past, and before and to this present
the arlate Giles Risheuvel a Merchant of Antwerp was and is the
true and lawfull Owner and Proprietor of ten pipes and ten quartels of


oyle marked with the first marke in the margent, and the arlate Melchior
Rediquer at the time aforesaid and till this present was and is also the true and


onely Proprietor of ten pipes and 6. quartels of oyle of the second marke
in the Margent, and for and as such Owners they were and are commonly
reputed; which said respective parcells of oyles were in or about the
moneth predeposed laden and putt on board the said shipp the White
Angell at or neare Mallega by one Andries von Cantlebeck an Antwerper
and subiect of the King of Spaine ffactor and Correspondent to the said producents
for their respective Accompts, to be transported in teh said shipp to dunquirke
and there to be respectively delivered to the said producents or their Assignes
for their use; Which hee knoweth for that this deponent
after the said shipp and her lading were surprized and taken and brought up into
England received letters of advise from the said producents. and also from the said
Andries van Cantlebecke his Correspondent, jointly concerning and expressing that
the said oyles were so laden for the accompt of the said producents respectively;
and whereas the said shipp and all her Cargo did, (as in this Court hath been clearly [?proved})
belong unto one John Bollart a Merchant of Antwerp, between whom and
this deponent and the said Andries van Cantelbeck there hath bin mutual Correspon
dence in trade for severall yeares last past, this deponent in a letter of advise as
aforesaid from the said Cantelbeck received a particular accompt of all the goods laden aboard the said shipp
by him the said ffactor and for whose accompt and adventure hee had respectively
laden and putt the same aboard, and in particular that the oyles predeposed and now
Claymed were laden by him for the respective accompts predeposed; And otherwise
saving his following depositions hee saith hee cannot depose:/:-

To the 5th hee saith, That the said shipp with the oyles predeposed aboard her
in her Course from Cadiz towards dunquirke was mett withall surprized and
taken by some of the shipps of the Commonwealth shee having then two bbills of ading
aboard for and concerning the interest of the producents in the sayd oyles then aboard
her, which bills of lading are remaining in the Registry of this Court, as hee
beleeveth. And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the 6th hee saith, That for the reasons predeposed hee is fully assured that
the oyles predeposed were really and actually to have been delivered unto the
said producents each according to their respective proportions, for whoe