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of one Thousand Ryx dollers the first penny, which this deponent paid unto
the said widow. and from that time to this present hath bin and is the
true and lawfull Owner and Proprietor thereof and of the tackle and
furniture thereunto belonging, And saith That after this deponent had
so bought and fitted and furnished the said shipp to Sea at his owne expenses
he did in person Conduct the same to the Port of Hamborough for his
owne accompt, since which shee hath alwaies belonged to the Port of
Hamborough, and as a shipp or vessell belonging to that Port shee
was and is well knowne, and saith That since that time, this deponent hath
made severall voyages with his said shipp, and constantly fitted her
out at his owne Costs and Charges. And so much hee saith is publique
and notorious amongest shipmasters belonging to that Port And
otherwise cannot depose:-/

To The 4th hee saith That the said shipp the redd Lyon before her late
seizure by the arlate Captaine Hohman and Companie, came last from
the Port of Hamborough aforesaid about the beginning of October
last, from whence shee as sett out at this deponents proper Charges
and under his Conduct. And otherwise saving his following depositions
hee cannot depose:/

To the 5: and 6th articles of the said Allegation and Charterpartie therein
mentioned and now showne to this examinate hee saith and deposeth
That in the moneth of September last past the arlate John Dorville
a Burgher and Merchant of Hamborough tooke to fraight this deponents
said shipp the Redd Lyon at Hamburgh to proceed from thence to
Roane in ffrance with a lading of goods there to be discharged for the
accompt of the said John Dorville and the widdow and heires of Joos
van Overbeeck late of Hamborough deceased, and there to take in a
Cargo or ladeing of goods to be brought in the said shipp to Hamburgh, and
there delivered for the same accompt, And saith that upon or about the
seaven and twentieth day of September last past there was a Charterpartie
of affraightment made at Hamborough by a Notarie publique and wittnesses
thereunto required betweene the said John Dorville and this deponent for the
voyage aforesai, of which Charterpartie the schedule or Charterpartie of
affreightment allegate and now showne to this examinate was and is a
true Counterpart or exemplar, and saith that the said schedule was on
board the said shipp the Redd Lyon at the time shee was taken and
surprized by Captaine Holman and Companie, and together with the
rest of the papers belonging to the said shipp, videlicet an Atestation in paper under
the seale of the City of Hamborough and a Seabrief or passe under