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To the .8. he saith the sayd Zollicoffers and Van Beuer and Respanian Cokel were severall tymes
in Companie with this deponent att Marcelles and aboard the shipp Neptune
whilst she remayned there.

To the .9. he saith he saw many of the sayd goods now claymed in the possession
of the sayd Zollicoffers in their house att Marseilles, and saw a goods part
of the Almonds bought and paid for to merchants of Marselles, and the
sayd factors did severall tymes tell this Rendent that the sayd goods and lading
were the goods of the Claymers, and this deponent knoweth that they were
all Laden for the Accompt of the sayd Hamburghers the Claymers thereof
And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the .10th he saith he saw the sayd Zollicoffers abd Van Beuer bring the
goods and merchandizes now Claymed aboard the sayd shipp att Marselles
and saith they were and are factors for the aforesayd Hamburgh merchants.

To the .11th. he saith there were severall bills of lading signed for the
merchants goods aboard the sayd shipp now claymed, which are of severall
tenors but the certaine number thereof he knoweth not, but saith he this deponent
firmed three of every distinct tenor. and otherwise cannot depose.

To the 12th he saith that he verily beleiveth that the sayd ffactors had severall
effects in their hands of goods value for the Accompt if the aforesayd
merchants of Hamburgh. and this Rendent in the sayd shipp did about
three yeares agoe for the Accompt of the sayd John and George Scothering
transport from Hamburgh severall quantityes of Tyn lead and other goods
and delivered the same to the sayd ffactors att Marselles; And otherwise
he cannot depose.

To the 13. he saith the factors interrate did acquaint this Rendent att Marcelles
for whose Accompt they did lade the severall and respective parcells of goods
by them respectively laden aboard the sayd shipp the Neptune, and who was
to beare the adventure thereof, videlicet the aforesayd Hamburgh merchants.

To the .14th he saith he doth not know nor is convinced or beleiveth in conscience
that the sayd shipp and goods now claymed or any part thereof doth belong
to any Hollander or other subiect of the States of the United Provinces
or to any ffrenchman subiect of the ffrench King, And saith the sayd shipp
the Neptune was not bound for Amsterdam or any other port in Holland, nor
should or would the sayd shipp in case she had arrived in safety to Hamburgh
have gone to Amsterdam, or any part of the goods or the proceed thereof
have bene sent thither or any other port of the United Provinces
for the Accompt of any of their subiects of the States of the sayd United
Provinces. And otherwise cannot depose

To the 15 he saith he is a native and Inhabitant of Hamburgh, and hath
for his owne Accompt aboard the sayd shipp goods and merchandizes of
a good value, for the particulars whereof he referrs himselfe to his
bookes abiding in this Court. and hath interest in 1/8 part of the sayd shipp
as aforesayd and is the son of Christian Holst one of the part owners of
the sayd shipp And hopeth he shall have restitution of his owne
part of the sayd shipp and goods. And otherwise cannot depose

To the 16. he saith the sayd shipp began her outward voyage from Hamburgh
about three yeares since, and her lading was lead and tinn wax and other
Eastland goods, a good quantity whereof was for the Accompt of the