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first building in the yeare 1647, and was constituted master by
his said owners. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 9th hee saith hee this rendent is a hamburger and there dwelling
where hee is at home, and otherwise negatively.
To the tenth hee cannot answer.
nicholas Van Asperen [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Stephens.
The fourth of June 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid allegation.
John Martenson Dorp of Hamborough Mariner
aged 51 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first Article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
he well knoweth that for five yeares last past the sayd shipp the Salvador
hath and doth belong to the arlate Daniell Brands and Company all of them
Inhabitants of Hamburgh, who have bene and are the true and lawfull Owners
of her tackle apparell and furniture for and during all the sayd tyme
videlicet the arlate Daniell Brands was and is lawfull owner and proprietor
of one eighth part. Jerome Peterson, Jerome [?Snijter]. Jan Baptista Younker
Gerald Bormaster, Henrick Hambrooke, Vincent Clingbroch (sic), are and
were the tyme arlate each of them severally and respectively
owners of one eighth part. And Dirick Roopke, and Christian
Cloppenberg either of them respectively were and are Owners of
one sixteenth part of the sayd shipp her tackle apparell and furniture
and for, and as lawfull Owners accordingly the sayd persons have bene
and are commonly accounted reputed and taken. And this deponent further
saith that the premisses he knoweth to be true being well acquainted
with the aforesayd Owners, and being borne in, an Inhabitant of Hamburgh
(as they likewise have bene all their tymes; all of them being Native
of the sayd place and there att present haveing their wives Children and family[?es])
hath well observed the same And this deponent saith that in the yeare of our Lord 1647. the aforesayd
shipp was built att Hamburgh aforesayd att the Charges and to and for the
use and Accompt of the aforesayd Owners, and hath from such her first
building, and first putting out to sea bene from tyme to tyme in the severall
voyages she hath made fitted and furnished out att the Charges of
the sayd Owners, and for their Accompt, all which this deponent hath well
observed and taken notice of. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the second he saith that the sayd shipp Salvadore in or about the yeare 1647
was built att Hamburgh by the aforesayd Owners for their owne Accompt
this deponent being then att Hamburgh and knoweing the same to be true
And saith that noe Dutchman subiects of the States Generall of the
United Provinces arlate or any ffrench subiect of the ffrench King
arlate had or hath any title right share or interest therein or any part
thereof. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the third he saith and deposeth that the aforesayd Owners are all of them
Natives of Hamburgh, where they now keepe their howses and familyes
and have lived there all the tyme arlate of this deponents certaine
knowledge and indeed all their tymes respectively, and are all of them
Subiects of the State of Hamburgh and so accounted, and not of any
other State or Prince whatsoever. And further saith that by the frequent