HCA 13/67 f.227r Silver IMG 117 07 1868 Annotate
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and on board the ship the White Angell interrogated at such tyme as shee
was seized by the Phoenix ffrigott And saith hee hath belonged to her
ever since the moneth of October last past and came first on bord her att Amsterdam
at which Port shee was then bought by the Owners thereof And otherwise cannot
To the second third and 4th Interrogatories hee saith that John Bollart a fflandrian by birth and
a merchant dwelling in the Citty of Antwerpe is the sole owner of the said shipp
the White Angell and of her tackle apparell and furniture. And saith that hee this
deponent in or about the said moneth of October last past was desired by the said
Bollart to goe from Antwerp to Amsterdam to ffetch the said shipp which the said Bollart
then affirmed hee had bought and paid for But saith hee never sawe any bill of
sale or money paid for the same. And otherwise hee cannot depose
saveing that hee this deponent ever since October last hath nin Master of the said ship
and was soe constituted by the said John Bollart the owner thereof. And
otherwise cannot depose.
To the 5th Interrogatorie hee saith that when this deponent came first from fflanders to
take the comand and possession of the said vessell as aforesaid the shipper who then
was upon her and who sold the same unto the said Bollart told this deponent
that the said ship had bin by him brought to Amsterdam from the Eastland
where shee was built as may appeare by the manner and fashion of her
built and make. And saith shee begunne her Outwards voyage from Dunquirke
where she receaved in her outwards ladeing in the moneth of ffebruary last past
at which tyme shee sailed to the Port of Gibralter and from thence
to Mallaga . att which Port shee receaved in her present ladeing of wines oyles
and Raisins and was when she was seized bound therewith to Dunquirke for the account
of the said John Bollart and [?XXXX] [?XXXXX] [?XXXXXX] And further cannot depose.
To the 9th Interrogatorie hee saith that hee this Examinate is an Antwerper by birth
and liveth with his wife and family in Dunquirke And that hee hath noe Interest either
in the said ship or her ladeing save only that hee hath one Butt of Oyle
ffower frailes of Raisins on bord the said shipp for his owne Accompte and
that hee had allsoe on bord the said shippe when she was seized the number of
one hundred Guilders fflemish money and one hundred and [?XXXX] score peeces
of eight all which was taken from him at the tyme of the seizure thereof
by the Company belonging to the ship Phonix aforesaid wherefore hee saith
that if the said ship and goods should bee condemned for prize or restored this deponent
is [?like] to suffer damage or [??XXXX] his owne goods and moneys accordingly. And further cannot