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To the nynth he saith that he this Rendent is by birth an Hamburgher and
by habitation an Antwerper. And saith that he hath neither property
in the sayd shipp nor any Interest in her by ensurance or otherwise
nor will it be any benefit or advantage to him, if the sayd shipp
be restored to the Claymers. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the tenth he saith he cannot depose.

To the eleventh he cannot depose.

To the twelfth he saith and beleiveth that the sayd shipp was
never att Lubeck since the tyme of her first building and setting
out to sea. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the last he saith that as he hath heard and beleiveth the sayd
shipp theSampson about the tyme Interrate was taken by the ffrench
and being carryed into Tholoun was there condemned for prize
And from the ffrench the sayd Otto George did there redeeme her
with the moneyes and for the use and Accompt of the foresayd
Owners. And otherwise he cannot depose.

Repeated before Doctor Exton.

George [?Bouchart] [SIGNED, RH SIDE]


The same day. [CENTRE EHEADING]

Examined upon the sayd Allegation.

Rp. 5

Paulus Cobrisse of Bridges in fflanders
merchant aged eight and thirty yeares
or thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined.

To the first article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith and deposeth
that he this deponent being att Cadize in the yeare 1647. there saw the arlate
shipp the Sampson being then a new shipp, arrive the arlate Otto George
being master of her, by whom this deponent did then understand that
the sayd shipp was built at Lubeck and bought by him the sayd Otto
George with the moneyes and for the Accompt of the owners hereafter
mentioned which hee this deponent did then likewise heare from some of
th eOwners themselves. And saith that from that tyme untill this present
the arlate Vincent Van Campen, John da Windts, ffrederick Bevia
Robert Jacomo, Otto George and Don Joseph ffrancis Peralti were
and are Owners each of them severally of one eighth part of the
sayd shipp her apparell and furniture, and for such have bene
and are accounted, and for and during all the sayd tyme, the arlate
Daniell da Leon and ffrancis Penninqr have bene and are Owners ioyntly
of one other eighth part. And saith that the arlate Peter Vanderbecke
a fflandrian from the tyme of the first buying of the sayd shipp to the tyme
of his death which happened two yeares agoe, or thereabouts was Owner
of one other eighth part, And this deponent hath heard that the arlate
Cornelius Leyman since the death of the sayd Vanderbeck bought
the sayd eighth part of and from the heire or heyres of him the sayd
Peter Vanderbergh as is arlate; All which premisses as by him [?XXXX]
now deposeth this deponent knoweth having had familiar conversation
with the sayd Owners, and having seene and knowne that the sayd
Otto George as Master of the sayd shipp hath given Accompt of [?severall]
voyages during the sayd tyme. And otherwise he cannot depose, saveing
that the sayd Peter Vander beck was borne att Courtray in fflanders, and
of this deponents knowledge lived sixteene yeares next before his death in
Spaine, And saving that the arlate Cornelius Leyman was a native of
Antwerpe, and this Rendent hath knowne him an Inhabitant of Sevill in Spayne
for theis eight yeares now past or thereabouts./