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To the tenth article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith that att such
tyme as the sayd shipp the Neptune was and remained at Marseillis
It ws there publiquely spoken and reported that the sayd shipp and
ladeing were directly to goe for Hamburgh. And otherwise he
cannot depose

To the 11th article of the sayd Allegation he saith and deposeth that there was a boy
a Passenger aboard the sayd shipp that was to be carryed to Hamburgh
and the sayd Boy was never told by this deponent nor any of his shipps
Company for ought this deponent knoweth that the sayd shipp was bound to
Amsterdam but was told that the sayd shipp was bound for Hamburgh, as indeed
she was. and for the letter allegat he knoweth nothing thereof, but saith
that all the writings which were in this deponents Custody are in the Registry
of this Court as he beleiveth.

To the Crosse Interrogatoryes [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1. he saith

To the .2. he saith he hath knowne the sayd shipp .7. yeares, from the tyme of her
first building and saith she was built at Lubeck by the order and direction
of this deponent att the Costs of himselfe and other the Owners thereof
whose names hereafter follow.

To the .3. hee saith that Albert Bearnes, Adrian Joncker and this Rendent
were and are Owners severally of one eighth parts of the sayd shippe
And Gryst Boremaster, Grete Burmaster, ffrancis Sloyer, Lewis du Boyes
Roches Stubbe were and are Owners severally of
one .16.th part of the sayd shipp and Christian Holst was and is Owner of
2 eighth parts and 1 sixteenth part of the sayd shipp, And saith the said
Owners were all Natives of Hamburgh and there doe live and have lived
all their tymes respectively.

To the .4. he saith the sayd shipp cost the aforesayd Owners in the building
and furnishing thereof thirteene thowsand and five hundred Rix dollars
or thereabouts, and this deponent payd all the sayd moneyes with his
owne hands for the building and furnishing thereof, And this deponent
for the sole use and proper Accompt of the sayd Owners about 7 yeares
agoe the tyme otherwise he remembreth, had and tooke the possession of
the sayd shipp. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the .5. he saith the sayd Proprietors have not for ought this Rendent
knoweth or hath heard sold their Propriety in the sayd shipp nor any of
them. And saith the aforesayd Owners did contribut to the setting forth
and furnishing the sayd shipp to sea the last voyage.

To the .6. he saith he knoweth all the Owners of the goods and lading aboard
the sayd shipp and knoweth them all to be natives and Inhabitants of Hamburgh
all their tymes. And saith that the names of so many of them as [?for ?XXX]
he remembreth were and are, John and George Scrothering, Jan Baptista [?Youncker]
Adrian Jonker, Paul Langerman, Michael Engles, Cornelius de [?XXX]
Michael Huys, [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] da Hartough, and John Jacob [?HEvenar].

To the .7. he saith he hath knowne Jochim Lorenz and David Zollicoffer Thomas
Van Beuer and Repanian Cokel att Marseilles about 4 yeares. and saith by common repute the
sayd Zollicoffers are natives of Saint Gallen in Switzerland, and the sayd
Beuer of ffrankfort upon the Rhyne or some place not farr from thence
upon the sayd River. And otherwise he cannot depose