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usuall habitation. And otherwise negatively./
To the 10:th hee saith, That this deponent by the producent letters above said written to the said
Lemmermans whose factor hee is was acquainted that a certain quantity of butts of
wyne were to be laden as aforesaid for the said producents reckoning and riske aboard
the said shipp the black Cock, and the said Scrother in his said letter intimated
to the said Lemmermans, that forasmuch as hee had not goods and effects at that
time of theirs in his handes sufficient to returne them the said shipps full lading hee
therefore intended to make up teh said shipps full lading with wynes for his owne accompt
To the 11:th he saith the shipp the black Cock begann her outwards Voyage from
Dantzick about the moneth of January or ffebruary 1652. full laden with pipestaves abd
Clapboards, none whereof was for the accompt of the said John Scrother, but
all for the accompt of the said Lemmermanns/
To the 12th hee saith, the lading interrate was all taken in at [?Polticherwicke] neare
Dantzick by the direction of one Abraham Bergensis of Dantsicke factor to the
said Lemmermans, this deponent being personally at Dantsick with the said Vergensis
when the Contract was made to that purpose And otherwise negatively
To the 13. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition./
To the 14:th hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof:-
To the 15: hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition, And saith That the
bill of lading mentioned in the allegation and now interrate, being by the said Lemmermans
after the seizure of the said wynes sent to this deponent from Hamburgh to London,
this deponent hath sent the same from hence to Saint Lucar in Spaine annexed to a Commission from this
Court for the examination of Wittnesses in this Cause, which said bill of lading, as
this deponent was and is fully convinced in Conscience for the reasons predeposed was and
is one of the originall bills of lading for the said Wynes, And otherwise referring
himselfe to the said bill of lading hee cannot further depose:/:-
To the 16 hee saith hee himselfe first received the bill of lading interrate by the poast from Hamborough
And saith the same was directed to this deponent in a letter from the said Lemmermans/
To the 17:th hee saith hee hath knowne the interrate Joachim Verpoorten for about 3
or 4. yeares last past, and saith hee is commonly accompted a High german by birth, and
hath lived all that time at Amsterdam as a factor or Merchant stranger And
otherwise negatively referring himselfe to his foregoing deposition.
To the 18. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depositions, And otherwise cannot depose
To the 19:th hee saith hee doeth not know nor hath ever heard amongst Merchants, That
when two States or nations are at warr one with another (especially the said warr not
being solemnely declared and published) All or any Wines whatsoever consigned and
sent by free persons to the Port or Ports of either Nation so in hostility there to be
discharged for the accompt of such free persons, are or ever were to be accompted Contraband
goods, or justly confiscable by any that seize them: And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the 20. and 21.th hee saith, That saving his foregoing deposition, hee cannot give
any further satisfaction to the demannds of this Interrogatorie.
Jacob Wigandj [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Clarke
and William Godolphin:-/