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To the 5. and 6.th and Charterpartie therein mentioned hee saith and
deposeth That about 8. weekes since (the time hee otherwise remembreth
not) hee this deponent was personally present at the Burse or Exchange
at Hamburgh, when the arlate John Dorville a Merchant and
Burgher there spoke unto and agreed with the said Master for
takeing of the said shipp to freight upon a Voyage to Roane in
ffrance, but saith hee saw not the makeing or signing of any Charter
partie concerning the said Voyage, And further cannot depose
To the 7:th hee knoweth nothing thereof./
To the 8:th hee saith hee this deponent in or about the time predeposed saw [?XXX]
quarteeles of Traine oyle, putt on board the said
shipp the redd Lion then lying and being in the Haven of Hamb[?orough]
for the accompt and by the order of the said John Dorville, and saw the
his servants at the lading of the said goods [?from]
whom and others this deponent heard and observed the premisses. And
otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the 10.th hee knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 11. hee saith, That hee this deponent hath personally knowne the arlate
John Dorville for a yeare and a halfe last past or thereabouts, and
saith the said Dorville for the said time of this deponents certaine knowledge
and for manie yeares before by common report hath lived at Ham
borough, and was and is a Merchant there and a Subject of this [?free]
State , and for such was and is commonly accompted. And otherwise
hee cannot depose:/
To the 12:th hee saith, That the arlate Joos van Overbeek (who departed
this life about a yeare agoe) was in his life time a Merchant and
Citizen of Hamburgh, and that his widdow and heires are also Burghers
there and Subject of that free State. And otherwise hee cannot depose
To the 13:th hee saith, That this deponent well knoweth the arlate [?XX]
Dorvile, who is brother to the said John Dorville, and resideth at [?Rouen]
in ffrance as a ffactor for Hamborough Merchants, And otherwise
cannot depose, saving that the ffather of the said Dorville is a Burgher
and inhabitant at Hamburgh, and beleeveth his said sonne is a [?Burgher]
of that place./
To the 14. and 15.th hee knoweth nothing thereof/
To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition is true:-/
(To the Crosse