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To the 23th negatively.
To the 24th. he saith there came in the Company of the Gideon from
Hamburgh .19. sayleof small vessells and shipps, being Hamburghers
Lubeckers, and others out of the Sound all Easterlinges. and saith that
the name of one of the Lubeckers is Henrick Calven. and another
being an Hamburgher Derrick Van Dunke. anothr Hamburgher
Hendrick Martins. the names of whose shipps or the names of the other
shipps or masters of them he knoweth not. And otherwise cannot depose.
Top the .25. he saith the Gideon from the tyme of her first departure from
Hamburgh to the tyme of her seizure and att the sayd seizure had the Lubeckes colours out onely. and saith he saw the
English frigot that seized the Gideon chase two shipps which
he tooke to be Holland shipps, and were as he hath heard some say
by conjecture private men of warr of Holland. And otherwise
Repeated with his precontest before Doctor Clarke
the marke of
Lawrence [MARKE] Peterson [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The 12th of October 1653.
Chilston and company against the}
great Christopher Michael Cruyer}
Cornelius Peterson of Stettin in Sweden Sailer
aged 30 yeares or thereabouts sworne in Court and
examined upon certaine Interrogatories ministred on the
behalfe of the said Chilston and company, saith
and deposeth as followeth.