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To the first second and third articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
the shipp the Patriarch Jacob arlate ever since her building (which as hee
hath bin credibly informed happened in the yeare 1648) in holland by
order and direction of her owners arlate) hath bin and is commonly accompted
and reputed to be belonging to the port of Hamborough and to be a Hamborough
shipp, And that Daniel Brands, Adolph Sumpton, John Noris, [?Bostel]
Van Bostle of Hamburgh were and are accompted jher
owners, and to have caused and paid for her said building upon their owne
accompt, and saith that his this deponents father John Milde was and
is a broker at Hamborough and in that qualitie doth teh affaires of the
said owners, merchants there, and this deponent hath often heard
him say that they caused her to be fitted and furnished and paid for her and said [?they]
were her sole owners and further that the said
Claus Colbrand her nowe master hath bin and is commonly accompted
master of her and to have bin master ever since her said building, and
to have bin sent and imployed by the said owners for her building, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 4th article hee saith hee cannot depose saving
as aforesaid.

To the 5th and schedules annexed hee saith the said schedules were and are
sealed with the usuall seale of Hamborough and verily beleeveth the
contents thereof to be true.

To the 6 and 7th hee saith that in the Springe last past hee this deponent
being at Hamborough, there sawe and tooke notice that the said
skipper Claus Colbrand came thither and provided himselfe with
sailes, a great anchor and about eight barralls of stockfish
for his said shipp, which was said to be then lying at Haver de Grace, for
which place and port hee shipped the same in the boyers of Albert
Hillbrands and ffrederick Boyer of Hamborough bound out abd
departing for Haver de Grace, and about Whitsuntide last this
deponent being at Hamburgh sawe that there was sent from thence
by the said owners for Cadiz in Spaine for the said shipp a
parcell of tenn barralls or thereabouts of flesh, and [?XXX]
in the shipp of Hanie Schonback of Hamborough bound thither, which
goods this deponents said father (as hee told this deponent) caused
or procured to be assured at Hamburgh on the behalfe of the said owners
who (as thee said) paid for the same, and sent the same to and for the
shipp the Patriarch Jacob for Cadiz. And otherwise hee cannnot depose

To the 8 hee saith that the said producents have from time to time
taken upon the ownershipp of the said shipp and bin looked upon and
accompted for such.

To the 9th hee saith that hee welll knoweth that in the yeere 1648 [?there]
was a hamburger flagg bought at hamborough in the house of one
[?Garret] Witt on the Voorsetten for the said shipp by the said master Claus

To the 10. 11. and 12 hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.

To the 13 hee saith hee well knoweth all the persons arlate to bee
hamburgers, and there dwelling and subiects and burgers of that
citi, and soe to have bin for many yeares last. Andotherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee this rendent was borne at Hamburgh and hath
dwelt there all his time, and otherwise negatively.

To the second hee saith he hath knowne the said Claus Colbrand to be [?living
at hamborough for all the time of this deponents remembrance And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

Ti the 3. 4 and 5 hee saith the said shipp as hee hath heard was [?XXXX]
[?SXXXXXX]. and otherwise saving as aforesaid hee cannot depose


Repeated before doctor Clarke and doctor Godolphin.