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goods which according to the said Charterpartie were all laden by the
said ffactor on board the said shipp for the accompt and Risico of his said
Majestie of Poland and were to be transported from thence to Dantsick aforesayd
for the use of the said King and Queene of Poland and their [?XXXX=]
ques, and for the use of the said religious Persons for their Religious
habits Vestments and Ornaments of their Chappell, as the said
ffactor at the time of the firming of the said Charter partie, and lading
of the said bailes and trunkes aboard told and declared to this deponent
And saith his said shipp is a Hamburgh shipp and hath belonged to that
Port for about 28 yeares of this deponents knowledge, and this deponent
is a Hamburgher and his said shipps Companie consisteh of three
mariners out of the land of Holsteyn, and three frenchmen, And the
King and Queene of Poland and all the rest of the persons interressed
in the goods in question were and are as hee beleeveth persons in
amity with this Commonwealth, And saith hee hath Credibly heard
that since this deponents said shipp ws seized by Captaine Hutton
and Companie, they the said Captaine and his men have very unci=
villy and unworthily treated the said Religious Persons and their
Attendants, and have plundered them to a very considerable valew.
Notwithstanding that this deponent and others the Gentlemen and
Passengers aboard showed the said Captaine and Companie their
letters of safe Conduct from the said King of Poland and desired
them not to interrupt or distrub them in their intended Voyage
being free persons, and such against whom they had nothing [?XXX]
to pretend. And otherwise referring himselfe to his said Charterparty
not being present or seeing the plunder aforesaid, by reason he was
detained prisoner aboard the said Huttons man of warr hee saith
hee cannot depose.

To the Crosse Interrogatories/

To the first hee saith, hee cometh of his owne accord to declare the
trueth of his knowledge in this Cause, and saith hee is a Protestant
And otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition./

To the second hee saith, That all the goods laded aboard his said shipp by
his precontest according to Charterpartie were and are all in bailes and [?parcells]
bound up with Cords And otherwise cannot depose:/

To the third hee saith, hee was not present at the packing of any part pf
the goods in question. And further cannot depose:/

To the 4th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, And otherwise
cannot depose./

To the 5th negatively, for asmuch as hee was on board the man of warr
when the said shipp and persons were plundered/

To the 6th