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with her tackle apparell and furniture and appurtenance cost and stood them
in immediately before this her voyage, (which was her first voyage) fourtie six
thousand and one hundred gilders, of holland money, which her finishing and
fitting for the said first voyage was in or about June 1657, which hee knoweth
being specially imployed in and about buying and paying for the said vessell, whereof
hee was to goe master, and was constituted and put master by the said hector
Petersson and the rest of the said owners, at whose charge shee was fitted and

To the fifth article hee saith and deposeth that in May 1657 hee this deponent
master of the said shipp by order and with consent of the said hector Petersson
Gilbert Cornelisson Schouten, Nicholas Bleauhelm, William Momma, Martin
ffransen vander Schildar and company owners of the said shipp, did let her
to freight to Philip van hulten Merchant of Amsterdam
for a voyage to be made with her from Amsterdam to the Canaries, thence to
the West Indies and soe back to Amsterdam, in which voyage this deponent
was to goe master of her, and there was a Charter partie made betweenbe
them of and upon the affreightment./.

To the sixth hee saith that upon the said affreightment the said shipp set saile
and departed from the Texel on or about the nineteenth of June 1657 new
stile upon the said voyage and imployment, and that upon her retourning
homewards, was in the course of her proceeding met with surprized
and taken by Captaine Story in the ffairfax frigot and carried to Tolon
where this deponent lately left her, and where (as hee beleeveth) shee is
at this present.

To the seaventh article hee saith and deposeth That the said hector Petersson
Gilbert Cornelison Schoten, Nicholas Bleauhelm, William Momma,
and Marin ffransen Vander Sc[XXXXn] and company were and are all natives
and subiects of the said States of the Netherlands and of the State of Hamborow
and live and keep houses and families there and have soe donne severall
yeeres, and [?some] of them have bin owners of shipps whereof hee hath bin master
above tenn yeeres last, and for and as such as aforesaid they have bin and are
commonly accounted and reputed.

To the eighth article hee saith that noe Spaniard or other in hostilitie against
this Commonwealth had or hath any part or share in the said shipp the Saint Mary or her tackle apparell or furniture, but the same were and are wholely
belonging to the said claimers and company in this cause subiects of the States
of holland and of hamborow as aforesaid.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee sait hee was borne in the State of hamborow and Dwelt there all his time
(saving when he was at sea) till about two yeares and a halfe since that hee came to dwell
in Amsterdam, where hee hath inhabited ever since with his wife and family
(saving when hee hath bin at sea) And saith hee was aboard the said shipp when
shee was seized, and hath belonged to and bin master of her ever since her
first launching from the Stocks, and saith hee hath one eighth part in the said
shipp and hath soe had from the beginning, and hath lately inderstood that
Christofer [?we[XXrson] and Herome Ryndorp of hamBorow who undertooke to be
owners of five sixtiefourth parts of the said shipp, are now fallen off and
left the said parts upon him this deponent, and saith hee is noe kinsman or
servant to any of the said claimers.

To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition where hee hath
fully satisfied the same, and saith the said Mar[?k]ler or Broaker made this
deponent a bill of sale of the said shipp, and the said other owners entred their