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his owne shipp where this deponent remained. And saith that since his comming to
London, meeting with the said Daniel Straetman, the said Daniel among other
discourse told him that hee showed his papers to the said Captaine Harrington, and
that the said Captaine refused to keepe and returned unto him three of them being his
Charter partie and a certificate from Captaine Watts commannder of the
Hopewell, and another from the Madera's, and this deponent seeing the said
Charterpartie annexed, saith it is the same that was aboard, where this
deponent severall times sawe it, and saith the contents thereof and of the
other two schedules annexed (being nowe made knowne unto him) were and are
true and soe had and donne as therein is conteyned, which hee knoweth being
aboard and foing the whole voyage and seeing the same soe donne.
And hee beleeveth that all the said three papers were aboard the Peter at the
time of the said seizure, and were amongest the rest carried by the said
Daniel Straetman aboard the said man of warr. And otherwise hee cannot

[?hindrich] straetman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before the three Judges.


The 24th day of November 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]


Joachim Warner of Hamburgh Mariner
Master of the sayd shipp the Saint John Baptist
aged 43 yeares or thereabouts a witnes
sworne and examined deposeth and saith as
followeth. videlicet.

To the .1. Interrogatorie This deponent saith he was in the sayd shipp the Saint
John Baptist att the tyme of the seizure interrate and was master of her
and so hath bene about two yeares and an halfe and was and is an Hamburgher
borne under the Jurisdiction of the free State of Hamburgh, and hath
lived there all his tyme and hath his wife Children howse and family
there att present. and otherwise cannot depose.

To the .2. Interrogatory he saith the sayd shipp att the tyme of her seizure was bound
to the port of Hamburgh, from whence she began her outward voyage
in the month of July last .1653. which was as he saith for the Accompt of
Hamburgh merchants to whom she was lett to fraight by Charter part[?ie]
videlicet Eggert Bussleman and others mentioned in the sayd Charter party
remaining in the Registry of this Court whereto he referreth himselfe
and otherwise cannot depose.

To the fourth Interrogatory. this deponent saith the sayd shipp lay att Hamburgh
before she began her sayd outward voyage eleven or twelve monethes
or thereabouts, and the last voyage she made next before this was
from hamburgh to Malaga and back againe to Hamburgh with her
lading of wine and fruit for the Accompt of merchants Inhabitants
of Hamburgh and otherwise cannot depose.

To the fifth and sixth Interrogatories he saith
he this deponent by name Jochim Warner is Master of the sayd shipp and
was appoynted master of her att Hamburgh about 2 yeares and an
halfe now past by his Owners whose names are hereafter specifyed. and
the last Master before him this deponent was Peter Bock an Hamburgher
who was in his life tyme a Partowner of the sayd shipp but of how much
knoweth not, and he is since dead, and so dyed about three yeares agoe