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To the 3d he saith that Christian Holst and Martin Holst aforesayd
are Owners as he taketh it of one halfe of the sayd shipp, and the sayd
Lewis de Boys Gerdt Boremaster, Grise Boremaster, Albert
Bolstard Bearnes and others whose names he now calls not to mynde
are Owners of the other halfe of the sayd shipp, but the parts in her [?and]
parts of every of the sayd Owners he knoweth not. And saith all
the Owners of the sayd shipp were and are Inhabitants of Hamburgh
and by common repute have there lived all their tymes being natives of
the same place. And further he cannot depose.

To the .4. he saith he was not present att the first building buying and delivery
of the sayd shipp nor knoweth what money was payd for the same nor to whom

To the .5 he saith the aforesayd Owners did contribute to the fitting and
setting the sayd shipp to sea the last voyage and otherwise negatively

To the .6. he saith that the Owners of the saud goods are John and
George Scothering, Michael Huys, Mickael Engles, Cornelius de
Hertich, Paul Langerman, Jan Baptista Jonker Adrian Jonker and
others of Hamburgh whose names this deponent remembreth not, and
saith the aforesayd Martin Holst is likewise Owner of a good parcell
of the sayd goods and Lading, and all the sayd Owners are as he
saith Inhabitants of Hamburgh and there by common repute were
borne and have lived all their tyme. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the .7th. he saith he hath knowne the interrate Zollicoffers and Van
Dobbar 2 yeares. and otherwise saving his former depositons cannot depose

To the .8th. he saith Zollicoffers and Van Dobbar were in Company of this Rendent
and the sayd Martin Holst att Marseilles, and aboard the sayd shipp.

To the .9th. he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and otherwise
knoweth not to depose, for that he saw none of the goods bought by
the sayd factors.

To the 10th. he saith he saw the sayd Zollicoffers and Van Dobbar bring and
lade aboard the sayd goods, and saith they are the producents factors

To the .11th. he saith there were severall bills of lading signed for the
sayd merchants goods of his certayne knowledge, and of each severall tenor three
but how many in all he remembreth not, but knoweth not of any bills of
lading for the skipper and Mariners goods

To the ,12, he saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the .13. he saith the sayd Joachim Lorenzo and David Zollicoffer and
Thomas Van Dobbar did by filling upp the bills of lading for the sayd
goods and by word of mouth acquaint this Rendent for whose Accompts the sayd
goods were laden and who was to beare the Adventure and hazard of
the same.

To the .14, he saith he is fully convinced that the sayd goods belong to Hamburg
onely, and that the sayd shipp was bound to Hamburgh onely. And otherwise

To the ,15, he saith he is an Hamburgher both by birth and habitation
and hath a few Cloathes aboard the sayd shipp which he hopeth will be
restored to him. and otherwise negatively.

To the .16. he saith the sayd shipp began her outward voyage about [?XX]