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White that the sayd shipp did belong to Dantzyck and shewed him their
Seabriefe whereby the same might and did appeare, but the sayd White
brought the sayd shipp into Dover about a month agoe and there still deteynes
the same, the premisses he knoweth being Carpenter of the sayd shipp and
aboard her for and during all the sayd voyage, and att the tyme of seizure.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third he saith that soone after the seizure aforesayd the sayd Captaine
Whit and Company did pillage and take from the sayd Groote and Company
all their Cloathes bookes and Instruments and out of the masters
Chest about 17 halfe [?Lewis] peices of sylver, and fron the steersman
of the sayd shipp severall Rix dollars and halfe Lewis peices - and also
a new pennant, 2 masketts 1 pistoll 3 bar. powder severall quiles of roapes, a barrell
of butter bacon and other provisions, the shipps kettle, a Copper pott, and
severall other things this deponent being present and aboard when
the sayd shipp Saint John and her Company were pillaged and plundered
as aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose, saving he knoweth not the
value of the sayd goods so pillaged.
To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth That
the sayd Captaine White and Company after seizure of the sayd shipp
turned all the Company thereof a shoare and allowed them noe moneyes
or other provisions for their suppor this deponent being one of the sayd
shipps Companie so turned out as aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the fifth he saith that the sayd Lord Roscoe and Company Owners of
the sayd shipp were and are all of them Inhabitants of dantzyck and
subiects of the King of Poland and so accounted which he knoweth being
himselfe of dantzyck as aforesayd.
To the last he saith his depositions are true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the .1. he saith he cometh to be a witnes by meanes of the master
of the sayd shipp. and saith he hath knowne the sayd shipp nyne yeares
hath belonged to her about a yeare and came first aboard her att
dantzyck. and othewise negatively.
To the 2. he saith since this Rendent belonged to the sayd shipp she brought
her loading of goods as aforesayd from dantzyck and [?Ray] to Callice
and went from thence to Rochell in her ballast, and from Rochell
brought a shipps lading of salt and there unladed the same. and
in her course back to Rochel for salt being in her ballast was seized
by Captaine White as aforesayd.
To the .3. he saith the sayd shipp came last from Callis and was in her ballast
and he knoweth not of any gold sylver Jewells or precious stones in the
sayd ballast nor any money aboard the sayd shipp save what was plundered