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To the 4:th hee saith the said shipp had layen at Hamburgh about 6. or 7
weekes to be trimmed and fitted to sea for the voyage in question, and was come
hither from Cadiz laden with wyne and oyle for the accompt of
Vincent Clinlenbergh, Cornelius de Hartegh and Christian Laurens the
principall Owners of her then Cargo, and for others, all Merchants and
Burghers of Hamburgh. And otherwise cannot depose:-/:-

To the 5.th hee saith hee this deponent is the present Master of the said shipp, and
was first made Master of her at Hamborough about a yeare agoe by the Owners thereof videlicet John
Scrothering Peter van Sprechels Peter Guldenhair, Arent van Haesdonck
and the widdow of John Hartmann[?sson] late Master of the said shipp all Hamburghers
and Natives of that place as this deponent beleeveth, And saith hee hath no
part nor interest in the said shipp. And otherwise cannot depose, saving that
the said Widdow in right of her said deceased husband had and hath a fourth
part in the said shipp her tackle apparrell and furniture:-/:-

To the 6:th hee saith the Owners of the shipp predeposed have dwelt at Hamburgh
for about 20. yeares last past of this deponents certaine knowledge, and saith
the said shipp is a Lubecker built, but this deponent saw not any moneys paid
for the same, And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose.

To the 7:th hee saith, That the present lading of his said shipp was all taken
in at Mallega, and that this deponent well knoweth all the persons interrate saving
Robert van Susteren, which hee beleeveth is mistaken for Gisbert van Susteren
predeposed, and saith hee this deponent was often in Compagnie with them at
Mallega, And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose.

To the 8:th hee saith, hee hath knowne Harman Rentzell Mr Peter van
Sprechel Adrian Yonker William de Labiestradt Everard Anquerman,
Godfrey and Joachim Scholt and Jerome Snitcher all Burghers and inhabitants
of Hamburgh ever since this deponent can remember, and Mr Augustine [?Brun]
George Kirkhoof Hans van [Jerusalem] and George Moller for three yeares
or thereabouts dwelling also at Hamburgh. and the interrate Joseph de Torres
this deponent knoweth not, and saith that all the persons predeposed to be knowne
by this deponent sent goods in the said shipp to Mallega, (except the said Labestradt
Kirkhoof, van Jerusalem, and Moller) and have all of them goods on the said
shipp at present, but for the particular quantities or sorts of goods belonging to
the said persons respectivley, this deponent referreth himselfe to the bills of lading
found aboard the said shipp at the time of her seizure, And otherwise cannot
depose, saving that this deponent had no bills of lading aboard for 15 pipes of
wine laden by this deponent for the accompt of the said Peter van Sprechel, and
60. fatts of raisins laden also by this deponent for the accompt of Adrian
Yonckher aforesaid./:-

To the 9:th hee saith hee had 14 men and boys aboard his said shipp being her whole