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And saith the said seizure was made by the said Scots man about sixe or seaven
of the clock in the morning. And saith that the said Abraham [XXXX] and
company as aforesaid were and are owners of the said boyer, and otherwise negatively,
saving as aforesaid.

To the 1[X]th hee saith that hee had his sea briefe abord when the Scots man seized
him and noe other papers, having [XXX] throwne his letters showing that hee was bound
for London over bord, assoone as hee [?perceived] that hee was a Scots man, who
tooke his said Seabriefe away from him, and otherwise negatively.

To the last hee saith that the said boyer was built at S[erdam] in holland
by the said Abraham Stockman and [XXXX ?saith hee XXXXXX]
7 yeares since of the widowe of [?john] [?garson] of hamborowe/ [XXX]

[?repettit XXX XXXX]
[Cheeke etcetera] [LH MARGIN]



The 12th of July 1651.

The claime of the said Abraham Stockman)

Examined upon the allegation aforesaid.

Rp. 3us.

Otto Pap?e of Hamborowe Mariner, master of the said
boyer the White dove of hamborowe, aged 47 yeares or
thereabouts, sworne and examined.

To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that in and or all the time
arlate the producent Abraham Stockman, the widowe or heires of Garrit [?Arianson]
the widowe of Si[XXX XXXXX], the widowe or heires of david [XXXXXXX], and hee
this deponent all [?dutch] and hamurgers and Inhabitants of hamborowe have
[XX] and are the true and lawfull and only owners of the said boyer the White
dove of hamborowe and of her tackle and furniture and soe commonly reputed
which hee knoweth being alsoe master of her and acquainted with the building
and buying of her, and saith the said Stockman and this deponent and
the widowe of Garrit Arianson aforesaid have each of them a fourth or quarter part
in the said shipp and the other two widows each of them an eighth part. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second third and fourth hee saith that in the moneth of Aprill last the
said Abraham Stockman for accompt of [XXX]as Jacobs of London and Jacob Pa[XXXX]
of har[XXX] in ff[?reez]land laded the said boyer at hamborowe with wheate and sent
the same for London where the said wheat was to be delivered to the said t[XXX]s
Jacobs for the account afore said, but in her course shee was on the 30th of Aprill
last met with and taken by a scotch man of warr, who tooke out this deponent
her master and three others of his company, and put in six of his owne company
and sent her away for Scotland, And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 5th hee saith that the said producents were and are all dutch men and
women, and subiects of the State of hamborowe betwixt which and this nation
there was and is peace and amitie.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and otherwise cannot

To the second hee saith that there was noe Charter partie or bill of lading
for the said wheate the said Stockman onlie giveinge this deponent
directions to carrie the said wheate and deliver part att London For the
Accomte aforesaid, and he beinge allsoe a part owner of the shipp, and
haveinge often imployed this deponent as Master and partowner, and beinge
well assured of his faithfullnes doth not use to make anie bill of Ladinge
or Charter partie for the like voyage, and otherwise he cannot answere
saveing as aforesaid/

To the third hee referreth him selfe to his foregoeing deposition And otherwise
cannot answeare/

To the 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. and 11th he saith that there were onlie two men and
a boy of his this deponents Companie left in the boyer uppon the said
seizure by the said Scotch man of warr, who (as hee heard) put sixe of his
owne Companie in her to carry her for Scotland, where he beleeveth the
said wheate has bin l[?ost] and made prize, but the Captaine of the said man
of warr, presentlie (uppon the said seizure told him this deponent that hee
should have his shipp againe free and that hee would declare that he was b[?ound GUTTER]
with the said wheate for London he should [XXX] have his freight, And saith therefore