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that hee this deponent is a burgher and Inhabitant of Embden and hath
dwelt there all his time and hath for theise fourteene yeares last bin a
Skipper of that port and thereby hee cometh well to knowe the shipp the
Liesde arlate and hendrick Johnson the master thereof, and that the said
shipp hath for theise nine yeeres past belonged to the port of Embden
and hath from time to time sailed in and out thither and thence as the
port which is her home port, under the conduct of the said hendrick
Janson her master who hath bin master of her for all the said time
And that by the meanes aforesaid hee well knoweth Egbert Evert, Ever
Garris, John Labegoose and the rest of her owners. who hee saith were
and are all Embdeners, dwellers in and subiects of that place, and
as owners have from time to time set the said shipp out and fitted
and furnished her, and for the true lawfull and sole owners thereof
they were and are commonly accompted and reputed of his this deponents
knowledge. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories.

To ther first hee saith hee was spoke unto by his contest the said hendrick
Johnson to come and testifie the truth in this cause, And otherwise negatively.

To the 2. 3. 4 and 5 negatively, saving hee verily
beleeveth the said lading aswell as the shipp belong to Embdener.



The same day.

Examined upon the foresaid allegation.


Peter Epping of Embden mariner, aged 46 yeares or
thereabouts, sworne and examined.

To the first and second articles hee saith that hee this deponent
hath well knowne the shipp the Liesde, alias the Love or Charitie
allate for theise nine yeares last or thereabouts during all which space
the arlate hendrick Johnson hath bin master of her, and Egbert [?Ewer]
[?Eyers] [?Gavris] John Labegoose and others to the number of 28 or therabouts
in all were and are her owners and have soe bin for all the aid time and
as owners have from time to tiem fitted and sett out on voyages
from the port of Embden whereunto shee belongeth and for owners
thereof they have for all the said time bin and are commonly accompted
which hee knoweth to be true because hee this deponent is a skipper
and a burgher of Embden and hath alwaies dwelt there, and for
six yeares together (ended about three yeares since) this deponent served
in and was one of the company of the said shipp, namely the first
foure of the said six yeares hee was Cooke and the other two stiersman
of her And further that the said owners were and are all of
Embden and dwellers in and subiects of that place and have bin
for all the time aforesaid in the quiet and peaceable possession of
the said shipp, which hee knoweth for the reasons aforesaid, And
otherwise ee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories

To the first hee saith hee was spoken to by the said hendrick johnson
to come and testifie in this cause, and otherwise negatively.

To the 2. 3. 4. and 5 negatively, saving hee beleeveth
none but Embdeners have any part or share in the lading aboard

The marke of Peter [MARKE] Epping [MARKE, RH SIDE]