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To the 22. he saith he cannot depose.

To the 23. negatively.

Sam Delaplace [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]



The xvth day of November 1653.

Captaine Phillips against the shipp the)
Hope of which Thomas Andreison is)
Master. Smith, ffrancklin Suckley.)

Examined upon an allegation given in made
and admitted in the Acts of Court on
the behalfe of harman Berens, Abraham
Vanderweeden and others of hamburgh


Thomas Andreison of Hamburgh Mariner
Master of the sayd shipp the Hope aged 46 yeares
or thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined
deposeth and saith as followeth. videlicet.

That the allegat Harman Berens Abraham Vanderweedon and
Company [#]

the heyres of Gerard Van Emren
the heyres of Albert
Blocke, the heyres
of Henrick Claeson
the heyres of Hans
Yong, Hans
Hopp, and this

all Inhabitants of Hamburgh and subiects of the free
State thereof for 17 yeares last past or thereabouts have bene and
att present are the true and lawfull Owners and proprietors of the
sayd shipp the Hope and of her tackle apparell and furniture
and for and as such commonly accounted and reputed, And saith that
for and during the sayd tyme the foresayd shipp hath belonged to
the Port of Hamburgh and Hamburghers there living, and
that noe subiect of the King of ffrance or States of the united Provinces
during the sayd tyme or any part thereof had or hath any share or interest
therein or any part thereof. And moreover saith that the foresayd
shipp the Hope did in the moneth of Aprill 1653 last past sett sayle
from hamburgh freighted with severall goods and merchandizes
for Rohan in ffrance, and did there safely arrive about the beginning
of June last past and there delivered the sayd goods, and that the
sayd shipp was there reladen with the goods and merchandizes now
seized in her to returne for hamburgh, and was bound thither
onely and thither was directly goeing and to noe other Port or
plcae whatsoever and there alone and not elsewhere was to deliver
all her sayd Lading; All which this deponent knoweth having for
17 yeares now past continued and still being master of the sayd shipp.
And further saith That he this deponent about the tyme of the
Receipt of the sayd goods aboard his shipp did att Rohan by himselfe and his Purser signe divers
and sundry bills of lading for the sayd merchant goods now sezed,
and that the bills of lading
seized on board the sayd shipp were and are the bills of lading so
by him signed, and that
the same were and are true, and the goods in each particular bill of
lading mentioned were to be delivered att the place and to the persons
and for the Accompt in the sayd respective bills of lading mentioned
and to noe other person att noe other place snad for noe other Accompt