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To the 5th hee saith , that the Captaine of the man of warr interrogated
tooke this deponent and three others of his Companie out of his shipp the
fortune, and as this deponent remembreth hee putt 4 or 6 of his owne
men out of the man of warr aboard this deponents shipp. And saith hee
heard the said Captaine give order to his men so putt on board to bring the said
shipp to Dover, but saith the said shipp might have come to a much neerer
Port namely into the Isle of Wight. And otherwise saving his forefoing
deposition hee saith hee cannot depose:/

To the 6.th hee saith hee hath heard that the said shipp the ffortune was
retaken from the seizors and that it is brought up into some Port of
ffrance. And hee knoweth not nor beleeveth that hee could recover her
if hee went thither. And otherwise hee cannot depose:-/

To the 7.th negatively to every part thereof:/

To the 8.th hee saith hee had onely one Hamburger passe and no other
papers or bills of ladeing aboard when hee was seized, which passe
hee this deponent now hath, And otherwise negatively:/

To the 9th negatively:-/

Repeated before the Judges./

the marke of
Asmus Hostorp [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The two and twentieth of October 1653.

Affidavit quoad the}
Hope de Coningsbergh}

Martin Barnheid of Coningsborgh in the Dominion of the
Duke of Brandenburgh, master of the shipp the Hope of
Coningsborough, aged eight and twentie yeares or therabouts
sworne before the right Worshipfull William Clerke and
John Godolphin doctors of lawes and Charles George Cocke
Esquire, Judges of the high Court of the Admiraltie of
England and examined upon a certaine Interrogatorie
ministred on the behalfe of the owners of the said vessell
saith and deposeth by vertue of his oath.

That the said shipp the Hope was built at Lubeck about five yeares
since, and for a yeare and three quarters last hath belonged to the port
of Conningsborough aforesaid, and that Thomas Tailer and
Andrew Tailer english merchants, and Peter Michaell and [?Reynard]
[?Marram] and hee this deponent all of Conninsborough (saving the said
Andrew Tailer who liveth at Yorke) were and are her sole
owners, which hee knoweth being master of the said vessell, and her [?XX]
[?sole] master ever since shee was soe built, and saith the said Thomas
Tailer hath bin a part owner about fower yeares last, Andrew Tailer
fower yeares and a halfe, and the rest of Conningsborough about a [?XX]
yeare and three quarters, owners of the rest of the said shipp, which
was bought of certaine Lubeckers who built her of this deponents
knowledge, and since her said building shee hath never bein in Holland nor [?XXX] [?and]
hath traded from the East countrey solely to England, and back againe in [?XXXX]

Martin Barneld [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day.

Richard More of London merchant aged 26 yeares or thereabouts sworne
as aforesaid saith and deposeth by vertue of his oath that hee
hath knowne the said shipp the Hope for these two yeares last and upwards
in which space shee hath made three voyages from the East country to [?XX]
London under the conduct of his precontest Master [?XXXX XXX]