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and with the said shipp and lading was seized about foure leagues short of
Briel in holland by Captaine Butteler in a shipp in the service of
the parliament of England, which shipp of Captaien Buttlers (the
name whereof hee knoweth not) ws then alone and had noe other
shipp of warr in her company [?XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] all which hee knoweth being then skiper of
and being aboard the said shipp the Boars head, Et alr nescit.
Ad 2um deponit that John Rosse an Englishman and merchant living
at Rotterdam was and [is] the sole owner of the said shipp at the time of
the said seizure and part of her lading and the rest to
Moses Cock an Englishman and [?Steake] Renier a dutch woman [?both]
there at soe resident, to which place the said shipp is alsoe belonging
which hee knoweth to be true, because hee was constituted and appointed
skipper of the said shipp by the said Rosse, and received the said
goods aboard the said shipp or pinke at diep in ffrance for accompt
of the parties aforesaid, and signed bills of lading for the same
accordingly, alr negative.
Ad 3 deponit that at the seaventh day New stile of August last past being Saterday
hee this deponent departed with the said shipp and lading from diep and
stiered his course for Rotterdam having then aboard the said pinke
102 [?mathes] or baskets of windowe glasse, eleaven firkins of butter
55 reams of white paper, a hogshead of hatts, thirteene
hundred and a halfe of faggotts, more ffoure boxes with hatts, a
box contayning foure hatts, two chests of linnen shirts
and some linnen not cut out
a little box with ribbon, a bible and some other
small books therein, which chests of linnen breeches and other linnen therein were this deponents goods and were by him
brought to be sent to his sonne at Saint Christofers, and the billets
were alsoe for this deponent [?XXXX] at his house in Rotterdam where hee keepeth a [?XXX], and all the other goods
saving his butter were for the foresaid merchants accompt and were bought and
provided for them by their factors at diep before this deponents
coming thither, this deponent having letters and orders from the said
merchants at Rotterdam to goe to diep and fetch thence to Rotterdam such goods
as they had ordered to be provided against his comming, being
the goods aforesaid, which were readie and presently laden upon his
comming thither, this deponent going thither in his ballast from
Saint Vallery, alr negative referendo se ad predepoita, saving the said butter
was for the accompt of him and company.
Ad 4 refert se ad predepoita, alr redder negative.
Ad 5 reddet that none of the said shipps lading belongeth to any
ffrench, Et alr negative et nescit salvis predepoits, saving
hee this deponent is a ffrenchman borne, but hee hath dwelt 25 yeares at Rotterdam.
Ad 6 deponit that there were neither gunns, powder, nor any
ammunition aboard the said shipp, shee being a small pinke, and but
five men of her company, and saith shee had two cables and a
halse aboard, three anchors, a furniture of sailes, with tackle
rigging and ordinary furniture, belonging t the said [?XXX] [?RoXX]
owner f the said shipp and this deponent and his contest had about
30 gulders in money aboard, which with the said shipp and goods were
seized and taken away by the said Constant Butler and company. Et
Ad 7 deponit that there were about 24 Codfish, two peeces of beefe
about a dozen loaves of bread, some butter, cheese, two
halfe barrells of beere and halfe a hundred stockfish aboard for the
ships provisions and noe other provisions but her owne.
Ad ult predepoita negative ad singula.
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