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To the 6th he saith That in or upon the last day of June last past the said
ship, did sett saile with the said lading of Corne bound directly for
fflushing and in her Course thitherwards comeing nere the Ile of Wight the
Master intending to see if he could find any Company to fflushing
was about the 13th day of July now instant taken and seised by
Captaine Hurley in the shipp the Constant arlate, and brought into Portsmouth
where the said shipp and ladeing have ever since bin
detained to the grate preiudice and damage of the said [?WXXXx] whose bill of
ladeing Coquett and other writings were alsoe seised by the said hurley and company
and amongst them the letter written from the said [WhXXx] unto the said
Master to follow the order of the said Basserada and Coppins his ffactors, and from
them theire letters to him the said Master to goe to donlo[?n], all which said letter
bills of ladeing and other writeings hee saith were taken att
the time when the said shipp was seised, and beleeveth that the said Hurley hath
the same, and hath heard so much from the skipper of the shipp And further he
cannot depose./

To the 7th article he saith That after such time as the said shipp was brought
into Portsmouth The said producent was imprisoned and put into an house and
there kept as a close Prisoner, insomuch as he was denyed pen ink[?e] and paper
to write his [??mind] to the Owners of the said shipp concerneing the takeing
thereof, and that when he this deponent had written his letters to that
purpose the same were interceoted and detained Whereby he saith the
said producent was constrained to make his escape from Portsmouth and did come
hither to make his claime to the said shipp and goods as aforesaid And further hee cannot depose

To the last he saith that his depositions aforesaid are true./

To the Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]

Smith dt.

To the first hee saith that he is Owner of one tun of the said wheate
laden in the said shipp, And that if the said shipp were made prize it would
bee one hundred fourescore and six Guilders losse and damage to him on
his owne particuler interest in the said [XXXX], And otherwise negatively./

To the second hee saith that he hath knowne the producent these 14 or 15 yeares
last past who is a dutchman borne in Tro[?vre] in Zelande, aged 23 yeares or
thereabouts and a short thicke man and liveth and hath [?bine] in fflushing for these
14 yeares or thereabouts, And lived {att} Trow[>re] before when hee was bbourne.

To the third hee saith that the shipp the Winter king did carry in her from holland
hopps Hides wooll and blew factory for the Accompt of the producent and
were laden att fflushing and ddischarged at Saint Mallows, and [?were XXXX] landed to such
persons as bought the same of the said Master who received the money for them
And otherwise hee knoweth not./

To the 4th he saith that he can write and rease written hand being dutch, and
doth understand no language else but only a little of English and is a dutch[?man GUTTER]
and subiect to the States of Zeland, And further negatively./

To the 5th he saith that the said Basserada Agent for the producent did freight
the said shipp in ffrance att dowlan, [?wXXXXXX] the said shipp was taken, And that
the Charterparty concerning the same was written in dutch, which he only saw but [XXX GUTTER]
not reade the same, but saith that the producent was to pay the ffreight thereof
if they had safely returned to [?fflushing], And further hee cannot answare

To the 6th he saith hee hath knowne the interrogate Bassara[X] these 7 yeares past and
[?the GUTTER]