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The24 of Novermber .1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said Alleagtion
John Boomgaerden of Thooren in [?Prussia]
Merchant aged 21. yeares or thereabouts a
Wittnesse sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet:-
To the 11: th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That
this deponent about two moneths agoe being arrived at Hamborough
was there lodged in the house of one Mr Daniel Dorville a Merchant
of Hamborough, and Cozen to the arlate John Dorville, and that this deponent by [?such]
meanes came acquainted with the said John Dorvile and his ffather
who is a very aged and decrepit person, and saith That according to
Common report there the said Dorvilles for many yeares last past
have bin and still are Burghers and Merchants of great quality and
esteeme in that City, and Subjects of that free State, And further
this deponent saith hee cannot depose:-/
To the rest hee is not examined by Direction./
To the Interrogatories:- [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first negatively:-
To the 2. 3. and 4. hee knoweth nothing thereof.
To the 5: and 6: hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof, Otherwise than
hee hath predeposed to which hee referreth himselfe:-
To the 7:th hee knoweth nothing thereof
To the 8:th negatively, And otherwise cannot depose:-/
Repeated before Doctor Clarke and
Johan Baumgarten [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said Allegation:-
Michael Jochimson of Hamburgh [?Mariner]
Master of the said shipp the Redd Lyon aged
29. yeares or thereabouts a Wittnes sworne
and examined saith as followeth videlicet
To the 1. 2. and 3. articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That about two yeares since hee this deponent at Tunning in the
Dukedome of Holsteyn bought the said shipp the redd Lyon together with her
tackle apparrell and furniture for his owne accompt of the widdow of one [?CXXXXX XXXX]
of Tunning (who formerly had been Master thereof) for the summe
It is curious that anothre High Court of Admiralty case datinbg from Novembe 1654 involves a ship called the Red Lyon. The cause is that "On the behalfe of his Highnes the Lord Protector against the shipp the Red Lyon whereof John Clauson May is master and against the goods in the same". The master of the ship is named as Jan Claeson May , a twenty-eight year old mariner, of Amsterdam. The connection between this appearance of the Red Lton and the earlier appearance of the Red Lyon with master Michael Jochimson is that the second Red Lyon's owners are names as Phillipp and Samuelll dorville, Marcus Jansen Mey, and Michael Jochimson (the master), who are described as burghers and inhabitants of Amsterdam and subjects of the United Provinces. In the earlier case of the Redd Lyon, John Dorville of Hamburg and his brother William Dorville of Rouen, are alleged to be the freighter and consignee (though not the owners). The second vessel (if indeed a different vessel) was also trading with France, acarrying a lading of salt.