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Willimus Ridder de Harwich in Comitatu
Essex Nauta aetatis sua 35. annorum aut
eo circiter testis productis et juratus.

Ad 7um. 8um. 8um. et 10um arles dicti Libelli deponit et dicit that
hee this deponent together with his precontest Thomas
Awre, and his contest Henry Bennet being Att Ostend
were in or about the Moneth of November last past hired
by the arlate Peter de Keazer to serve abord the
shippe the Saint Peeter arlate tupon a voyage to bee made
therewith from thence to Cadiz in Spaine and soe for
this Port of London. And saith that the arlate
Mr Lewey Mr Cole and Mr Kirroke and Companie, all Inhabitants of
Oastend were as hee beleeveth the true and lawfull Owners and Proprietors
of the said ship and of her Tackle apparell and furniture
and allsoe of such goods as were on board her att the
tyme of the Arrest thereof made in this cause on the
behalfe of the arlate Drayton Southwood and Companie
and for such were and are comonly accompted reputed
and taken. Et ultemis deponit that the said Mr Lewey
Mr Cole and Mr Kirrocke did imploy and sett
out the said ship the Saint Peeter upon her last voyage aforesaid
from Ostend to Cadiz and did cause to be Laden abord her
diverse Bales of Linnen cloth and other goods and by theire
appointment did sett saile therewith for Cadiz and there
safely arrived and delivered the same, which done, this deponent
saith the said ship the Saint Peeter was there againe laden
woth a Cargazoone of wines, fruite, and other Comodities fr
the Accompt of the said Owners and Companie and
with the same did sett saile and depart from thence
about six weekes after theire comeing thither intending
to come for the Downes and there to stay till they should
receave further Advice from the said Mr Cole and the rest of
the parties arlate, And saith as they were soe comeing