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To the third article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that soone
after the seizure of the sayd shipp the sayd Captaine White and Companie did pillage
and plunder the sayd shipp the Saint John, but the particulars so taken and
plundered being not aboard the shipp when the action was done he cannot
sett forth, but saith he saw the Chests and severall other things in the
possession of the Mariners of Captaine White a shoare[?s], and saw some of them
weare this deponents owne Cloathes. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation he saith that he this deponent was kept
in the sayd Whites Mann of Warr about 5 dayes, and att his comeing to
Dover found there the rest of the Saint Johns Company, and there aswell by
themse;ves as others did understand that they had bene turned a
shoare by the sayd Whites men without any provision made or allowed
them insomuch that they had bene in danger of perishing if Mr da Ha?ze]
of dover had not deleived them. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the fifth he saith that the sayd Lord Rossow and all the rest of the Owners
of the sayd shipp were and are Inhabitants of dantzyck and subiects of
the King of Poland and so accounted, which he knoweth being often att
dantzyck and having often sayled in other shipps belongeing to the foresayd
Owners. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the last he saith his depositions are true.

To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first he saith he comes to be a witnes in this cause by the order of
Jacob Groat the Master of the sayd shipp. and saith he hath belonged to the
sayd shipp neere about 6 monthes, and came aboard her first at Amsterdam
and hath knowne her from her first building att Colbergh in Pomerland.

To the second he saith he came first into the sayd shipp att Amsterdam as aforesayd
and the sayd shipp carryed her Eastland Commodityes to Callice, and when she
went first to Rochel had ballast onely and returned with salt for the
Accompt of some Inhabitants of Callice, and in her second [?rise] for Rochell
being the voyage wherein she was seized was in her ballast. And otherwise
cannot depose

To the 3d he saith the sayd shipp came last from Callice in her ballast, And
saith the Master of the Saint John had some moneyes in his Chest, but to
what value he knoweth not and otherwise he cannot depose.

To the .4.th he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and otherwise
cannot depose.

To the .5.th he saith there was provision aboard the sayd shipp at the tyme
of seizure for about three monthes, and otherwise negatively.

Sam Delaplace [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]

Casper Wal[?modt] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]