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then in the Custodie of the said Captaine, and seizors And other
wise cannot depose, saveing that this deponent was once examined at the
Ile of Wight concerninge his voyage before any of the said plunder
was made, but being afterwards brought prisoner againe into the said man
of warr, hee there and after some daies imprisonment comeing ashore
saw and observed the premisses./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Crosse Interrogatories./

To the first hee saith hee first saw the said shipp the Saint John at Dunquirke
in the possession of the said producents, and saw her last at the Coast in
the Isle of Wight in the possession of the said seizors And otherwise
negatively and further saveing his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose./

To the second hee saith, the said shipp by her mould seemeth to be a
Norway built shipp. And otherwise cannot depose:/

To the third hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Martin Clawsson vander
sippe for about 15 yeares last past, dwelling at Dunquirke and Ostend
and the said Ambrose de Messina this 40 yeares or thereabouts constantly
dwelling at Dunquirke, and the interrate Anthony Clinckart for
theise 17. yeares last continually dwelling also at Dunquirke, and saith the
said Martin Claesson is owner of the half part of the said shipp, the said
Ambrose de Messina of 1/4. and the said Anthony Clinckart of 1/4.
which hee knoweth by the meanes aforesaid, and by the declaration of the
said producents, And otherwise negatively/

To the 4th hee saith hee saw and perused the letter interrate in or about the
moneth of June last past, here in London, and had the same in possession
and saith the same was signed by martin Claeson vander Sippe and
Ambrose de Messina, and saith it was in dutch, And otherwise saving
his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose:-/

To the 5th hee saith the said shippe sailed in her ballast onely from London to
Croisicke and that there was a false or formall Charterpartie made between
this deponent and the said Mr Gale for the preservation of the said shipp
and her lading from being taken by any English man of warr, which
Charterpartie was made here at London about July last, which was aboard
the said vessell at the said time of seizure. And otherwise saving his foregoeing
deposition hee cannot depose:-/

To the 6th hee saith hee can write and read written hand, and saith he
can speake and understandeth ffrench dutch and Spanish, and a little English.

To the 7th hee referreth to his foregoing deposition. And otherwise cannot depose

To the 8th hee saith the letters predeposed in this deponents declaration to thee said
article of the said allegation were by this deponent seene in the hande of the said
Charles Rozee at Nantes, where this deponent read the same, and dound them
to be signed with the usaull subscritpions of Martin Claesson Vander
Sippe and Ambrose de Messina aforesaid whereby they required the same
Rozee to cause the said shipp to be laden with salt for their accompt, and
for the payment to Draw moneyes upon them. And further cannot depose

(To the 9th