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all which hee saith are Merchants and inhabitants of Emdden, and
Subiects of that State, and saith they are all married (except the said
Westerman, and live in severall streets within the said City of Embden
And further hee cannot depose:/

To the third and 4.th hee saith, the said shipp ws built by severall of the
said Owners about 10. years since at Embden, and some of them bought
their parts about a yeare since, as this deponent hath Credibly heard, but
saith hee was not present at the payment of any moneys for the same, And
otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the 5.th negatively, saying the said shipp for all the time of this deponents
knowledge thereof hath Constantly belonged to the Port of Embden, and that
shee came last from Greeneland directly bound for Embden:-/

To the 6:th hee is an Embdener by birth and habitation. And otherwise

To the 7:th hee saith the said shipp went from Embden upon her last
outwards voyage onely in her ballast and Vasks filled with water
being for the ffishing Voyage:-/

To the 8:th hee cannot depose:-/

To the 9:th hee saith the said shipp at the time of her seizure was directly
bound for Embden, and makeing towards the mouth of the River of
Ems, to have sailed to the City:-/


Repeated with his precontests before Doctor}
Clarke and Doctor Godolphin:-}:-


The 5th day of October 1653:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of Lewis du Bois and Abraham}
Vande Luffell for the shipp the Saint Mary of}
Hamborough (Segar Splinter Master) the tackle}
apparrell furniture and lading of the same}
Budd. ffrancklin}

Examined upon an Allegation on the
behalfe of the said Claymers./

ffrancklin. Novell dt

Segar Splinter of Hamborough
Mariner Master of the said shipp the
Saint Mary aged 30. yeares or thereabouts sworne
and examined saith and deposeth as followeth

To the first second and third articles of the said Allegation hee saith and
deposeth, That the arlate Lewis du bois and Abraham van de
Luffell for seaven yeares last past of this deponents certaine knowledge
of and acquaintance with them have beene, and at present are
Citizens and Inhabitants of Hamborough, and Subjects of the ffree
State of the same, and for such were and are commonly accompted
reputed and knowne, And saith That in or about the moneth of
August 1652. last past, this deponent by the particular order and direction
(of the