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twenty Caska with water for the said horses, (which said Caska also belonged
to the said producents) and in her Course towards Lisbone aforesaid, the said shipp
and her ladeing were mett withall surprized and taken by some of the shipps
of this Commonwealth, and since brought into the River of Thames, where shee
now remaines. And saith this deponent knoweth not the ffactors arlate, but hath
been credibly informed by the said producents both by word of mouth, and letters
of advise, That the arlate Martin Beverbergh and Peter Hasse mentioned
in the said bills of Lading were and are ffactors and Agents for the said producents at
Lisbone aforesaid, and for such they were and are commonly accompted. And
otherwise, referring himselfe to the said bills of lading hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the 11th hee saith That all and singular the goods and Merchandises
predeposed were really and truely provided and laden aboard the said shipp in the
River of Elve about a dutch mile from Hamborough by and for the accompt
of the said producents severally and respectively, as is predeposed, videlicet for the said
Abraham van Luffell and Lewis du Bois Merchants of Hamborough, and
saith, That no person called by the name of Abraham Vernuffle of
Roterdam, or any other person whatsoever in Subjection to any King or State in
hostilitie with this Commonwealth had or hath any right title or interest in the
said shipp or goods or in any part thereof. Which hee knoweth for the
reasons predeposed And otherwise cannot depose/
To the 12th and 13th hee saith and deposeth, That since the buying of the
said shipp att Rotterdam and conducting of her from thence to Hamborough as aforesaid
shee hath never beene in any part of the Dominions of the United Nether
land, And saith, That hee this deponent at the time of the lading of the
goods predeposed aboard his said shipp the Saint Mary of Hamborough, and
some moneths before did live and dwell with his wife and family at
Hamburgh aforesaid and for that time had and still hath a home and family
there, and was and is a ffree Burgher of the said City, and a Subject of the
ffree State of Hamburgh, which hee deposeth for the reasons aforesaid
And further deposeth not./
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee referreth to his forefoing depositions:/
To the second hee saith, hee hath knowne the parties interrate liveing at Hamburgh
for about 7. yeares last past, and saith they are commonly accompted Natives of
Hambourgh, the said Lewis du Bois being a married man, and the said Abram
Van Luffell a Bachelor the first dwelling in the Nantraen street, and the
other in the groote Barker street in Hamburgh. And otherwise cannot depose
To the third hee referreth to his foregoing deposition, And otherwise cannot depose
saving this deponent had a receipt from the Merchants aforesaid that sould the said
shipp for the moneys which they received as is predeposed, which receipt this