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To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth, That the shipp the

Peace interrate belongeth to the Port of Wismar which is in subbjection
to the Queene of Sweden. and hath so belonged for theise two yeares last
past of this deponents knowledge, And saith that one Hendrick van Doyle
one of the Magistrates of Wismar aforesaid was and is commonly accompted
and reputed the Owner and Proprietor thereof, and that hee hath at
Lubeck and Wismar aforesaid been Credibly informed, That the said ship
was built at Wismar aforesaid. And further hee
cannot depose:-/

To the second hee saith, hee saw no moneys paid for the said shipp, And
otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose/

To the third hee saith, the Master of teh said shipp is a Native and
inhabitant of Wismar, and a Subject to the Queene of Sweden, and this deponent
is a Lubecker and a Subject of that ffree State, and the rest of the Companie
are all Easterlings or thereabouts as hee beleeveth. And further deposeth not.

To the fourth hee saith the said Hendrick van Doyle hath lived at
Wismar for theise 12. monethes last past of this deponents knowledge
and is accompted a Constant inhabitant there. And otherwise hee cannot

To the fifth hee saith, the said shipp is laden with clapboard, which
was laden by merchants of Riga in Leifland, to be transported to
Bourdeaux in ffrance, and saith the said master and his companie had also
certaine shocks of clapboard for their owne accompt, whereof this deponent
had 8. shocks , and one shock of oares, which were to be disposed of
at Bourdeaux for their best advantage And further cannot depose/

To the 6th hee saith, That all the shipps papers on board came to the
hands of the seizors. And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the 7th hee saith he hath beene once at Saint Malo in ffrance about
8. yeares agoe in a shipp of Lubeck, and saith that about two yeares
since hee was at Amsterdam with another shipp of Lubecke. And
otherwise cannot depose:/

To the 8th hee saith hee was hired upon a voyage from Lubeck to
Riga, from thence to Bourdeaux, and was to returne from thence to
Hamborough where the voyage was to end, And saith this deponent
to have the usuall hire of a Purser for such a Voyage at his
arrivall at Hamburgh from the said master And further hee cannot depose

To the 9th hee saith the said shipp was taken by Captaine Welsh upon
the open sea between Skagen and Norway, and otherwise negatively and
further cannot depose:/

To the 10th hee knoweth nothing thereof