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To the sixth seventh eigh nynth and tenth hee saith an deposeth that
the sayd shipp and goods were directly bound for Hamburgh and to
noe other Port and somuch was as he saith generally knowne
and taken notice of att Marseilles before she came from thence
And saith that the sayd Scotherings and Yonker and other the
Owners of the sayd Goods are all of them Inhabitants of Hamburgh
and merchants of good ranke there, and such as use o trade to
Marseilles and for such are commonly accounted reputed and
taken. but saith he knoweth not what effects they had in the hands
of their sayd factors, nor of any order given the sayd Martin
Holst bu his Owners not to take in Hollands goods. And otherwise
cannot depose.

To the eleventh article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that there
was a boy or youth aboard the sayd shipp that was to be carryed to
Hamburgh but of the letter allgat he knoweth nothing
And further cannot depose saving he beleiveth the saud boy was
never told that the shipp the Neptune was bound to or was to goe to
Amsterdam but was told that she was to goe for Hamburgh./

To the Crosse Interrogatories

To the .1. he saith he is one of the shipps Company hath so bene for neare
about 3 yeares, came aboard first att Hamburgh and was in her att the
tyme of seizure interrate.

To the 2. he saith he hath knowne the sayd shipp about 4 years and
hath heard she was built neere Lubeck by the aforesayd Owners, who
so long as this deponent hath knowne the sayd shipp habe imployed
her as their owne. and otherwise cannot depose

To the 3. he saith he cannot depose otherwise than as aforesayd saving that
the Owners of the sayd shipp are by common repute natoves of Hamburgh
and have dwelt there all their tyme and there now dwell.

To the .4. he saith he saw not the first building or delivery of the sayd
shipp to the Owners. nor saw any oney payd for the same.

To the .5. he saith the aforesayd Onwers did contribut to the setting forth
the sayd shipp to sea the voyage interrate. and otherwise

To the .6. he saith the names of the Owners of the goods interrate
John Scothering, George Scothering, Adrian Jonker, Jan
Baptista Jonker, Paul Longerman, Michael Hais, Cornelis
de Hertich, Michel Engles, Martin Holst and others whose
names he remembreth not have likewise goods aboard, and saith
the sayd Owners are Natives and Inhabitants of Hamburgh and [?there]
by common repute have lived all their dayes.

To the .7. 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12. he saith he hath knowne the interrate
Zollicoffers and Thomas van Bevar or Debar about a yeare and an [?halfe]
and saith he saw them bring the sayd goods aboard and sawe them