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The 20th day of August 1651.

The Clayme of Beniamin Bonnell}
Richard Clarke and Company for}
the ship the Stockholme of Stockholme}
in Swedland of which Sybraut Jellis is}
Master and goods abord her taken by Captaine}
Archer in the Jonsco Frigot in the service}
of this Common Wealth.}

Examined upon the allegation given on the
behalfe of the said Bonnell and Clarke


Rp. j.us

Eldred Augus of Wargeon in
ffreezland marriner aged 23 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That hee this deponent well knoweth the arlate Beniamin
Bonnell and Richard Clarke And saith that with in and for
all the tyme allegate they the said Bonnell Clarke and
Company were and still are and ought to bee the true and
lawfull Owners and Proprietors of the shippe the Stockholme
arlate and of her tackle apparell and furniture and for such
were and are comonly accompted reputed and taken. And
they the said Bonnell and Clarke were and are Subiects of the
Queene of Swedland and Inhabitants and Burgo masters of
and in the towne of Stockholme where they have lived ever
since this deponent first knewe them and came to serve in
theire said shippes which is about two yeares since And
further hee cannot depose.

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth That within the
tyme allegate and more precisely in the moneth of June last
past the said ship the Stockholme being then at Saint Ives in
Portugall there was laden aboard her by the factors of the said
Owners of the said ship a Cargazoane of Salt to bee transported
in the said ship to Stockholme aforesaid where the same was
to have bin delivered for the said Owners accompt And saith that
at the said tyme and places there was seaven Chests of Sugar allsoe
laden aboard the said ship for the Accompt of some other person living
in Stockholme, but his name hee saith hee knoweth not
The premisses hee hee (sic) deposeth because hee this deponent being
Boatswaine of the said shippe was present when
the salt and Sugar was soe laden aboard her by and hath
within the tyme first predeposed bin at the same place two
severall tymes besides his present voyage purposely
to fetch salt for the said owners accompt.

To the third article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That in or about the beginning of the moneth of July last
past the said ship set saile with her said Ladeing from Saint Ives
for Stockholme But in her said Course (the said ship being
then in Company with three other shipps as is arlate) upon