HCA 13/65 f.36v Annotate
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that there were noe armes or ammunition nor money aboard her at the time of
the said seizure, The premises hee knoweth being aboard herwhen
shee was soe taken. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said ship and
lading were first taken a man of warr pretending to have a Commission
from the kinge of Scotts, which man of warr had her in his possession
to the time of the said rescue by Captaine Clarke, and had taken
this deponent and two men of his company and a boy out of her
and the rest of his company being foure men were kept aboard her
as prisoners and soe they remained till the said rescue.
To the third hee conceiveth that the said man of warr that first tooke
them was in hostilitie against this Commonwealth, because hee heard
the company thereof soe declare themselves hee being taken into the said man of
warr prisoner, but hee likewise heard them declare themselves
friends to this deponent and his owners, telling this deponent that they
pretended nothing to this deponents said shipp, but meerly to the
coales because they came from Newcastle; And saith that the
said man of warr or pirate tooke this deponent and his said shipp
about nine of the clock in the forenoone, and the said Captaine
Clarke retooke her about twelve or one of the clock next following,
soe that the said pirate had them in his possession only three
or foure houres or thereabouts,
and assoone as hee had taken them hee was
carrying them directly for Jersey and shaped his course accordingly,
but Captaine Clarke (as it seemed) lying in the Roade of
haver da Grace and seeing him take them, made saile after him
and soe in three or foure houres space rescued them as aforesaid,
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the last hee saith there were noe bills, cockets or charter partie nor
letters aboard nor any torne or concealed.
Repeated before doctor Clarke.
hans [XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 21th of August 1651.
The keepers of the liberties of}
England etcetera against the Jacob of}
Jacob Schoonmaker of hamborowe mariner
master of the said vessall the Saint Jacob aged 40
yeares or thereabouts, sworne and examined
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that the said vessell the
Saint Jacob was seized and rescued by Captaine Clarke not farr from
haver da grace the seaventh of this instant August about three or
foure of the clock in the afternoone, at which time shee had noe lading
aboard her but coales, which shee toke in at Newcastle and was
carrying them for Roane there to sell them for the account and best
proffit of her owners, who hee saith are david ver[XXX GUTTER]
Cornelius dehartage, Walter B[asch], Augustine hendrix, h[XX GUTTER
Martins, derrick Re[?yus] and hee this deponent all hamburgers and
there Resident and subiects of that State, to which port the said
shipp belongeth, and was built at Serdam in holland, and saith that
hee this deponent hath three sixteenth parts in the said shipp and
likewise in the said coales, which lading of coales hee was to
sell and dispose of for the best advantage of the said owners of the
shipp, they being alsoe owners of the coales. And further saith [?that GUTTER]