HCA 13/65 f.97v Annotate
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To the second hee saith hee had noe order from the States Generall or
others to come over with the said shipp to fetch over the said Lord Sch[?aa]p,
but, before his coming from Amsterdam hee heard a flying report that hee
was to come over from England into holland.
To the third hee saith that the said Lord Sch[?ae]p when this deponent came
to him as aforesaid told him that hee had written the letter which hee sent
to this deponent, the night before with his owne hand, and the same was
dated accordingly, and was to the effect afore said, this deponent reading the
same assoone as hee received it as aforesaid, and this deponent being
aboard when hee soe received it, well knoweth that the said shipp was not
then arrested, the said arrest being ladid on her that satturday afternoone after
this deponents comming up to London in obedience to the said letter. And
otherwise saving as aforesaid hee cannot answear, saving that hee hath
the said letter as hee beleeveth in his custodi[?a] at his lodging.
To the fourth hee saith it was tuesday or wednesday or thereabouts next after the premisses
before the said Lord Schaep got passage or set saile [?thence] from England
and saith the said Blocks said shipp wherein hee went belongeth to
dervier in Zealand and to the Colladge of Admiralti[?a] of Zealand,
And otherwise hee cannot answer.
To the fifth Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said letter was and
is to the effect aforesaid, and therein it was written that this deponent
should [?rito, rito] come up unto him from [??such] as it was on b[?busines]
concerneing the service of the Land or in words to the same effect, whereupon this deponent made all
the speade hee could to come up accordingly.
To the sixth hee saith that the said Lord Sch[?oup] had not nor hath any
particular interest or propertie in the said shipp, the same belonging to
the foresaid Colladge of Amsterdam, but by his publique place and
ministrie of State hee had authoriti[?a] to command the same.
To the seaventh hee saith the said Lord Schaep paid not nor was to
pay ought for the hire or freight of the said shipp the Br[?a]ck], hee
being a publique minister as aforesaid in service of the State of holland
and soe capable of commanding that or any other man of warr
belonging to that State, to transport him for holland.
To the last hee saith that hee knoweth not whether the said Lord Schaep was
a Commissioner sent only by the Province of holland
or imployed by the States Generall at the time interrogated of the said arrest, and other[?wise GUTTER]
hee cannot answar saving as aforesaid.
[XXXX Salingern] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid allegation. [CENTRE HEADING]
John Oste Secretary of my Lord Commissioner Schaep, aged
31 yeares or thereabouts, sworne and examined.
To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth and hath [?seene GUTTER]
the shipp the Brack allegate and saith shee was and is a man of warr
belonging to the Colladge of the Admiralti[?a] established at Amsterdam
by the authoritiea of the Lords the States Generall of the United Netherland
provinces, And saith that the said Lord Commissioner was at the time of
the arrest allegate and before a publiqu[?a] minister or Commissioner
imployed from and by the State of holland t this State, which hee knoweth
because hee this deponent was and is his Secretary, and saith that Captaine
van Salkingen commander of the said shipp coming about three weekes [XXX GUTTER]