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take and convey out of the said shipp Charity one hogshead
and one barrell of strong beere, besides such beere as the said
Captaines Companie soe sett on board as aforesaid did spoyle
drinke out and otherwise consume during such this deponents
restraint, More to this Interrogatorie hee saith not/:-

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith, That the said Captaine Garnett
and Companie having soe sett this deponent and three others of
the said shipps Companie on shoare at Alfordnesse did
immediately saile the said shipp Charity with her lading
along the English Coast to the Northwards, but how or
where the said seizors have disposed of or brought the same
and the remaining Company then on board her this deponent
saith hee cannot declare nor conceive. More to this Interrogatorie
hee saith not/

Pieter Pantel [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day/. [CENTRE HEADING]


Hubrechts Woossell of Embden Mariner aged
24. yeares or thereabouts, a Wittnesse produced
sworne and examined as his precontests saith as
followeth, to witt

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith, That hee this deponent well knoweth
the shipp the Charity of London interrate (whereof Paul
Barckman interrate was Commander) being of the burthen of
forty lasts or thereabouts, and that the reason of such his this
deponents knowledge was and is for that hee this deponent hath served
as a Mariner in and aboard the said shipp by the space of
fower moneths or thereabouts. More to this Interrogatorie hee saith not

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith, That hee this deponent was at
Berghen in Norway at such time as the said shipp the Charity
(by and according to common and credible report there) was by the servant
or Agent of John Shorter an English Merchant and commonly
reputed Subject of this Commonwealth in the Interrogatorie mentioned
publiquely there bought for and upon the accompt and to the
behoofe of the said John Shorter, who (as this deponent both at
Berghen aforesaid and by the said shipps Companie hath
constantly and credibly heard) was and is the sole Owner and
Proprietor of the said shipp and of her tackle apparrell
and furniture, and for and as such commonly reputed and
taken. ffurthemore this deponent saith, That of this deponents
sight and observation, the said shipp in the moneths of ffebruary
and March 1657. last past, the said John Shorter did
(at this