HCA 13/67 f.263r Silver IMG 117 07 1900 Annotate
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together with her tackle and furniture readie to proceede to sea, and that
the same was paid unto the said Andrew Wessell who sold the said shipp
unto the said Otto. And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition hee
To the fifth hee saith hee this deponent being master as aforesaid
by the said Antonio Wessell his appointment delivered up the said
shipp to the said Otto George upon his the said Otto his buying her
as aforesaid of himselfe and the rest of his owners and saw him
take possession of her to the use of himselfe and his said fellow owners
for whom hee bought her. And otherwise hee referreth himselfe to
his foregoing deposition.
To the sixth hee saith the said owners have from time to time paid
for the setting out and fitting of the said shipp as owners thereof ever
since this deponents comming to serve in her as aforesaid. And otherwise
hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.
To the 7th negatively, saving the said shipp nowe before her seizure
came from Cadiz bound for Ostend and saving his foregoing deposition.
To the 8th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition and cannot
To the 9th hee saith hee this deponent was borne in the Iland of
[?ffereren] neare Lubeck, and liveth in Lubeck and hath soe donne for
theise 11 yeares last and upwards, and otherwise negatively.
To the tenth hee cannot depose.
To the 11th hee saith hee was not by nor a witnesse to the buying of the
said Lem[?ons] part of the heires of Peter van der [?Berck], nor
was the same immediately bought of them, but the shipp being
taken by the ffrench as hereafter followeth and the said Otto
George redeeming her for his owners, and the said Peter Vander
[?Berck] being then dead and his heires paying for redemption of
their part, the said Corneluis Leman paid for the same and soe
became owner of the said part, paying the money to the said Captaine
Otto George, being a fifteene hundred peeces of eight.
To the 12th hee saith the said shipp hath not bin at Lubeck since the
said Otto George his buying her as aforesaid there, And otherwise negatively
To the last hee saith that in the yeares 1651 in November the said shipp
was taken by the ffrench and carried to Tholon, and there made prize
and confiscate and adiudged to the ffrench the takers, from whom the
said Otto George redeemed her for his owners, referring himselfe
in that particular to his examination taken in the preparatorie in this
Court. And otherwise hee cannot answer.
Repeated before doctor Exton
Peter [?Nar?X] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The first day of June 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the sayd Allegation.
George Buschaert borne att Hamburgh, and living
att Antwerpe merchant aged thirty three
yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne
To the first article of the sayd allegation he saith and deposeth, that the
arlate shipp the Sampson as this deponent hath credibly heard and be;eiveth
was built att Lubeck and there bought by the arlate Otto George for his
owne Accompt and the owners hereafter mentioned about seven yeares agoe
And saith that from the tyme that the sayd shipp was first employed the
arlate Vincent Van Campen, John da Windt, ffrederick Bevia, Robert
Jacomo, and Otto George have bene, and att present are Owners and
Proprietors each of them of one eighth part of the sayd shipp her tackle and
furniture and so accounted and for and during the same tyme, the arlate Daniell da Leon
and ffrancis Pannincqr were and are owners ioyntly of one eighth part