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the Cooke by him predeposed were really and truely laden aboard the said shipp
the black Cock as aforesaid for the accompt of the Widdow and heires predeposed
and for no other person whatsoever, and verily veleeveth that the rest of the goods now
Claymed doe alsoe truely appertaine to teh said producents, And that no ffrench or
Dutch Subject or Subjects of the King or States interrate had or have any interest
To the 11:th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition, to which hee addeth, That
this deponent by letters of advise sent by the said producents to their said factor and
perused by this deponent well observed and knoweth, That the said producents gave him
order to lade wyne and fruit and other merchandizes in returne of the goods they
had sent him as aforesaid. And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the 12th hee saith hee this deponent is a Native of Neere in the Principality of
Liege, and hath lived at Saint Lucar aforesaid for the most part of twelve yeares
last past. And otherwise negatively/:-
To the 13. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition:-
To the 14. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and saith the said shipp
the black Cock by relation of the said Skipper John ffransen Haen and the said John
Scrother came from Dantsick to Saint Lucar with her lading and for the accompt
predeposed. And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the 15: and 16. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition:
To the 17. hee noweth nothiong thereof./
To the 18. hee referreth to his foregoing deposition:-
To the 19: hee knoweth nothing thereof./
To the 20: hee knoweth the interrate Berando Ras is a High German, And otherwise
saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose:-/
To the 21. hee saith hee well knoweth the interrate Joachim Verpoorten who is
also a High German and resideth as a ffactor or Merchant stranger at
Amsterdam, and doeth ffactory for the said John Scrother but not hee for the said
To the 22 hee saith hee knoweth not nor beleeveth, that the interrate John
Scrother is factor for any Merchants of Holland or udner the Jurisdiction of
the States interrate, And otherwise cannot depose, saving the said John
Scrother doth deale in merchandizing many times for his owne accompt.
To the 23:th hee saith, That being a Wynecooper by profession and trade
and by reason of his said profession and otherwise well knoweing the
quality of Vonterbanda goods betwixt Nation and Nation in hostility, hee deposeth
That Wynes are not nor ever were accompted as Contrebanda goods or un the
quality confiscable being seized by an enemy of that State, to whose Port they
were or are consigned for the accompt of free and Neutrall persons.
Jan Stueten Papa [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Clarke and