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To the third hee saith that the said shipp the hope in prosecution of her
voyage for haver da Grace, was met with and seized by Captaine Johnson
and company off Cap[X] da [?hXXXX] [?on ?or about] the tenth of July last
newe stile, and with her said lading brought [?hence] by her to
Portsmouth, which hee knoweth being Skipper of and [?then] on board
the said shipp the hope, when shee was soe seized, And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

To the fourth hee saith and deposeth that at the time of the said
seizure there was a Charter parti[?a] aboard the said shipp wherein it was
said that the said shipp was freighted to carry the corne to Amsterdam
from [XXXX] for the accompt of the arlate Jacob C[?opp], and a bill of
lading for the receipt thereof and for delivering the same accordingly, which
this deponent delivered with his other papers and pass[?engers] to the
said Captaine Johnson with his owne hand, but hee saith that the
said [XXX] Charter parti{?a] and bill were meerly colourably made
and were not reall and true. And saith the said Captaine
John [?SXXX[ [XXXXXX] after and upon the said seizure had and tooke from this deponent
in ffrench, English and Portuguese money to the summe and valewe of
35 li sterlinge, accompting tenn livers ffrench to a pound sterling [?English]
and having seized and taken away the same out of this deponents
cabbin in his shipp the said Lieutenant went aboard the said Interrogated
man of warr and carried this deponent with him, and [?at] this deponents
[XXXXX] shpwed the bagg wherein the said money was to the said
Captaine Johnson, and said here I have found money, and then [XXX]
went ashore at Portsmouth to share it, And hee sasaith that his
Steersman told him that the said Johnsons company upon the said
seizure took [?above] [?10X] gilders from him, and other moneys from the
company and divers of their clothes, which the said Johnson and
company still detaine, And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the fifth hee saith hee [XXXX] that hee knoweth Jacob [?CopX] of Amsterdam by
sight, and that hee the said Cop[X] was and is a subiect of the Lords
the States of the United Netherland Provinces, betweene whom and
this [XXX XXXXX] there was and is peace and amitie.

To the last hee saith theat his foregoeing deposition was and is true.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth, and was [?willed] by mr
G[XXXt] to come and testifie in this [XXXXX], and saith hee gave noe order
for this claime, and otherwise hee cannot answer.

To the second hee saith hee expecteth noe benefit through the goods [XXX] [XXX]
prize, and otherwise answereth negatively.

To the third hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and otherwise hee
cannot answer.

To the 4th hee answeareth negatively.

To the fifth hee saith that the said ffrenchman that laded the said corne
for his owne accompt as aforesaid was and is a subiect of the ffrench
kinge by being an Inhabitant of Nantes as aforesaid, and otherwise hee
cannot answer saveing his foregoeing deposition.

To the sixth hee saith hee intended to goe with the said lading of corne
to haver da Grace and there deliver the same for the said producents accompt
in case hee had not bin met with and seized by the said Johnson.

To the seaventh hee saith hee alsoe signed a Charter partie[?a] for the said
corne to be delivered at haver da Grace for the said
Merchants accompt, which was and is the true Charter partia[?a]. and was and
and is put aboard the said shipp together with the said merchant laders
letter[?s], and otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.