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To the 9th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition And otherwise negatively

To the 10th hee saith hee is a Native of Artoys, and hath lived for ten yeares
last past at Dunquirke and Ostend, and is a Subject to the King of Spaine
and had two french men and a boy three flandrians and a boy, and said
none of them were or are Subjects to the States interrate:/

To the 11 hee saith hee signed the bill of lading interrate and two others of the
same tenor in the Counting house of Paul Maillard according to the date
thereof onely in the presence of the said Maillard

To the 12th hee referreth to his foregoing deposition:-

To the 13th hee saith hee doeth not exactly remember at present upon what
daies the first or last of the sayd shipps lading was taken aboard her:-/

To the 14 hee saith that the paoers interrate were by this deponent hid in a hole
in the Cabbin of the said shipp, which hole the said shipps Carpenter had
made and covered, and beleeveth the same had not been detected if the said
carpenter had not done it./

To the 15th hee saith, ee this deponent did denye that hee had any
other papers aboard then those for Dunquirke, and those that were concealed
were soe done about 2 daies as hee remembreth before this deponent delivered his
other papers to the said Captaine Greene

Rych oberesay[SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before the Judges
in Court:-/



The same day: [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the said Allegation:-/


Peter Le Maistre of Dunquirke in fflanders
mariner Boateswaine of the said shipp the Saint John
aged 51. yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first and 2 article of the said Alleagtion hee saith and deposeth, That upon or
about the 17th day of June last hee this deponent was hired by Mr Ambrose de
Messina a Merchant of Dunquirke to be Boateswaine upon the said shipp
from Dunquirke to this Port of London, and that at the time of his hireing
the said Ambrose de Messina told this deponent that hee and the arlate
Anthony Clincart of Dunquirke, and Mr Martin Claeson vander Sippe of
Ostend were then the Owners and Proprietors of the said shipp her tackle apparrell and
furniture, and saith that for such Owners the parties predeposed for all the time
predeposed have bene and are commonly accompted, And saith that about the
moneth of July last past, the shipp laden with deale boards blacking
pott ashes ad other goods was by the said producent sett out from Dunquirke to
London, where shee shortly after arrived and delivered her ssaid lading, and
shortly after the delivery thereof sailed from hence to Croisick in ffrance to
take in her present lading of salt to be transported to Dunquirke. The premisses
hee knoweth being boateswaine of and aboard the said shipp during the whole
Voyage predeposed, and it being expressely agreed upon between this deponent and
his precontest the Master to goe to Dunquirke from Croisick And otherwise
cannot depose./

To the third and 4th hee saith, That in or about the beginning of the