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for about six or 7 moneths videlicet the whole winter and spring
next preceding, and as this deponent hath credibly heard and
beleiveth she then next before came from the Canarie Islands,
and further cannot depose being not then master of or belonging
to the sayd shipp.

To the fifth Interrogatory This deponent saith that himselfe by name
John Menke is the present Master of the sayd shipp and was constituted
master thereof about 7 moneths since att Hamburgh by the present
Owners of the sayd shipp. and the master thereof next before him
was one Peter Bruyer a native of Hamburgh and Inhabitant there with
his sister in the house of his late father there, but he the said Bruyer was not
in the sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure nor was belonging to
her, or hath
any part or interest in this shipp the Leaping hart, but this deponent
hath as he saith one eighth part therein which he bought about
7 monethes agoe att Hamburgh of and from the sayd Peter Bruyer
and his brother whose name he remembreth not, and this deponent
payd for the same to Bartal Yonkall of Hamburgh by the order and to and for the use of the sayd Bruyer and his sayd brother sixe
hundred and odd markes Luboekes. And otherwise he
cannot depose.

To the sixth Interrogatorye this deponent saith that the rest of the Owners
of the sayd shipp were and are all Hamburghers and there videlicet att Hamburgh now dwell
and have lived and inhabited for this 26 yeares last past and
indeed all their tymes respectively. and their names and inter[?ests]
therein were and are as followeth videlicet. Augustin Hendrickson
was and is owner of one eighth part of the sayd shipp the Loeping
Hart, Harman Hendrickson of one 16th part. Simon Cornelison
Prophet of one 16th part. and Bartall Yonkall was and is owner of
one halfe of the sayd shipp and Peter Wield and his brother whose
name att present he remembreth not were and are owners of
one eighth part of the sayd shipp. and saith that the sayd present
Owners bought their sayd respective parts and shares therein about
7 monethes now past att Hamburgh of and from the foresaid
Peter Bruyer and his brother and they and this deponent
payd for the whole shipp five thousand markes Lubeckes
that is to say each one his proportionable share according to
his respective interest. and this deponent receyved the respective
proportionable shares of the sayd moneyes of and from the sayd
Augustin, and Harman Hendrickson, and the sayd Simon Cornelison
Prophet and payd over the same together with his owne share
to the sayd Bartall Yonkell to and for the use of the sayd
Bruyer and his brother. and he hath credibly heard that the sayd
Peter Wyeld and his brother payd their shares to the sayd Yonkell
for the use of the sayd Bruyer and his brother, And this deponent
hath heard the sayd Yonkell say and the sayd Bruyer and
his brother confesse that he the sayd Yonkell hath really and
truely payd the sayd five thousand markes to them the sayd
Bruyer and his brother for the sayd shipp, and that they the
sayd Bruyer and his brother receyved the same accordingly, And
saith the sayd shipp hath belonged to the Port of Hamburgh [?to ?XXX]
Hamburghers there dwelling for theise four yeares last past of this deponents [?XXXX] and
was built att Enchuysen as he hath heard. And otherwise cannot depose