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To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth That the
sayd John hawkes Jacob [?Hoffener], Claes Stading, Constan[?ce] Corsemaker
derick [?hetling], Matthias Witt Thomas Eyke hans [?LXXr] and Claes or
fflores [?yut] were and are Swedes and every of them was and is a Swede
and for such commonly accounted, and that they and every of them in the
sayd moneth of May and before and since and indeed for all their
tymes respectively have bene and are Burghers and Inhabitants
and every one of then was and is a Burgher and Inhabitant of
Revel in Lyfelandt under the Crowne of Sweden and were and are
and every of them was and is a subiect of the Queene of Swedland and
so accounted, All which he well knoweth being a native
of Revell and well knowne to and acquainted with the forenamed
persons. And otherwise cannot depose

To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the .1st negatively.

To the .2.d he saith he was not att Revell att or about the tyme of the
lading the sayd goods. and hath knowne the partyes interrate from his
youth being a native of Revell as aforesayd. and otherwise referring
himselfe to his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.

To the .3.d he saith he was nott att Revell att the tyme of the lading the
sayd goods nor ever saw the same in the possession of the Claymers.

To the 4. he saith the sayd Producents are natives and Inhabitants of
Revell as aforesayd and there have lived with their families ten yeares
and upwards, videlicet John Hawkes Jacob Hoffener Claes Stading Constans
Corsemaker derrick Hetling and Thomas Eyke when this deponent was
last att Revell had their respective dwellings in Langh street and
Matthias Witts in Carick street, and fflores [?yut] in dwarfe street.
And otherwise he cannot depose.


To the .6. Interrogatory he saith he is a native of Revell aforesayd an
an Inhabitant of Amsterdam and is the naturall and lawfull sonn of the
foresayd John Hawkes one of the foresayd Claymers. and otherwise