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more of the same for detiffe Stollee of the 23th marke, and more
for the same person of the 24 marke. and more for derick Woottens
of the 25 marke more for Isaac Vanstenhooven of the 26th marke
more of the like for Hans Rooviers of the 27th marke. more for Claes
[?Liees] of the 28th marke. and more of the like for Jurrean Beessalaer
of the 29th marke. And saith that he this deponent did deliver into
th hends and Custody of Jacob Gerston Purser of the said Galliot
who with the Leivetenant and 3 or 4 more of the sayd Galliot came
aboad the Saint John aforesayd after the seizure all the sayd seabriefes papers and writings and the sayd Purser kept
the same in his Custody and tooke the same with him to is owne howse
in dover together with this deponent and there disposed of the same
and delivered them not to this deponent back againe. And further
saving his subsequent depositions he cannot depose.
To the 3. he saith that having made search and enquiry in the Registry
of this Court for the sayd seabreifes shipp booke and bills of ladeing
he hath seene onely 12 of the sayd bills of ladeing, and beleiveth
the rest are in the hands of the sayd Purser or his Captaine or others his
Imployers or their Agents. And further cannot depose.
To the Crosse Interrogatories
To the .1. he saith he is produced as a witnes by direction of Mr ffranklyn
one of the proctors of this Court and hath 11/16 parts in the sayd shipp the
Saint John, and a small cargazon of goods for his owne accompt, that is to say .35.
peices of vinegar. 480 bundles of dying stuffe called [?womve] 492 Reames
of white paper. 53. grosse of Cards. and 40 dosen of earthen platters
and one small packett with 16 pair of small stockins. and saith he
is master of the sayd shipp. and the sayd shipps Company were and are all
Easterlings one french boy excepted and none of them were or are Hollanders
or subiects of the States of the United Provinces And further he cannot depose.
To the second Interrogatory he saith he can write and read written hand and
speakes and understands high dutch and low dutch, and speakes a little
broken English, and broken ffrench. And further cannot depose.
To the 3d he saith the mayne Cargazon of the Saint Johns Lading is brandewyne
and peice goods and the same were laden att Roane in ffrance for the
Accompt of Hamburghers some of whose names are above sett forth
and for the rest he referrs him selfe to the bills of lading for the sayd
goods remaining in the Registry of this Court, and he beleiveth the sayd
shipps lading is of the growth and manufacture of ffrance, and saith the
same is all of it for the sale Reckoning and Riske of Hamburghers
and otherwise negatively.
To the 4th negatively for his owne part.
To the .5. he saith he first saw the foresayd seabreifes att Hamburgh and
the sayd bils of lading and other papers att Roane. and the bills of
lading this deponent himselfe did firme att Roane, and this Rendent
delivered the same as aforesayd to Jacob Gerson Purser of the sayd Galliot
about ten of the Clock in the day tyme upon the 19th day of September
last aboard the sayd shipp Saint John att sea off of Callis in the presence of
the Leivetenant of the foresayd Galliot and his precontests Christen Bolden
and Claus Vos, and severall other Passengers and others whose names
particularly he rembreth not.
To the 6. he saith the 12 bills of lading remaining in the Registry of this Court
now shewne him were all aboard the sayd shipp att the tyme of her seizure
and were all signed by the handwriting of this deponent.