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The 12:th day of November 1653:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said Allegation:-
Adrian Revelle of Dunquirke in fflanders
Mariner aged 23. yeares or thereabouts sworne and
examined saith as followeth videlicet.
To the 1. and 2. articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That
in or about the moneth of March last past the shipp the Saint John arlate being
brought up to Dunquirke for prize and there openly sold at the kay to
the arlate Anthonie Clincart Merchant, and the arlate Martin Claesson
Burgher of Ostend, and Ambrose de Messina Burgher of Dunquirke
Which this deponent well knoweth, being personally present when the said
shipp was so sould after the publique and usuall manner of selling of
shipps in fflanders and seeing and hearing the said Anthony Clinckart
in publique accept of the price propounded by the then Owners of the said
shipp being Burgers of Dunquirke, and engageing for the payment of the summe
of moneys then agreed upon for the said shipp, And further saith, That
in or about the moneth of June last past, this deponent being at Dunquirke
saw the said shipp the Saint John fitted and furnished for a voyage to London
by the said Owners for whose accompt shee was bought, and saw some part
of the provisions brought aboard her from the house of the said Ambrose
de Messina a Brewer in Dunquirke, And saw some part of the lading
designed for London as aforesaid brought aboard the said shipp videlicet deale boards
pott ashes,a nd was desired by his precontest Peter Roberts then and nowe
Master of the said shipp to goe along with him in his intended Voyage for
England. Which this deponent then told the said Master hee could not doe in regard
hee was hired upon another voyage And otherwise cannot depose/
To the 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. and 10th hee cannot depose:/
To the Interogatories./
To the first hee referreth to his foregoeing deposition.
To the second hee cannot depose:-/
To the third hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Martin Claeson, for
about 7. yeares last past living at Ostend and Dunquirke, and the interrate
Ambrose de Messina living at Dunquirke so long as this deponent can
remember and the said Anthony Clincart ever since this deponent hath knowne
him hath lived also at Dunquirke, and for some few weekes at Ostend, And
saith that none of the said persons have ever lived att [?XXX] in any place in
subjection to the States interrate/
To the 4:th hee saith hee hath not so deposed./
To the 5.th negatively, And further cannot depose/
To the 6. negatively, saving that hee onely speaketh the flemmish speech.
To the 7. hee cannot depose./
To the 8. and 9 hee hath not so deposed