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The seaventh of November 1653.

The claime of the King of Poland for the}
goods in the George, John Peterson George Master)

Examined upon an allegation made in
the acts of Court the fourth instant and
an exhibit therein mentioned on the
behalfe of his said Majestie of Poland.


George d'Attivort of Roane in Normandie factor of the
said kinge aged 30 yeares or thereabouts sworne and

To the said allegation and exhibit nowe showne unto him hee saith and deposeth that
the said exhibit was and is the true and originall Charter partie for the [?XXXX]
wherein the said shipp and goods were seized, which hee knoweth being the factor and
freighter thereof, and hee acknowledgeth is said name to be written with his owne
hand, And saith that the same was delivered upon the marking thereof
to John Peterson Grÿpe master of the said shipp; And after the said
seizure this deponent having notice thereof came over expressely from Roane
about clearing the said shipp and goods for the said kinge for whose accompt shee
was freighted, And after the said shipp and goods were released by order of
the Counsell of State, this deponent came to the protcor imployed in this Court
on behalfe of the said kinge and desired to have out the papers brought in as
taken in the said vessell, and hee went alonge to the Registers office and procured
the said papers to be delivered out according to the decree of this Court, and
amongest the rest this deponent is well assured that the said Charter partie was
one, and the same with the rest of the shipps papers were delivered to the said
,aster, and since redelivered by him to this deponent to be againe produced in
this Court on this occasion, and saith ut is the same Charter partie soe
asa aforesaid made at Roane, and delivered out of this Court amongest
the papers brought in thither by the seizors of the said shipp and ever since
the said delivery out till the late rebringing the same into this Court
the same hath bin in the hands of the said master.

g. dattivort [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day.

Examined upon the foresaid allegation and schedule.


John Peterson Grÿpe of hamborough Mariner, master of the
said shipp aged 44 yeares or thereabouts sworne and
and examined.

To the said allegation and schedule now showne unto him hee saith and deposeth
that the said schedule was and is the true and originall Charter partie
made for the nowe voyage wherein the said shipp and goods were seized by
Captaine Hutton, unto whom this deponent delivered the same amongest
his other papers (the said Hutton demanding them) and afterwards the
said shipp and goods being here ordered to be restored, this deponent
coming with his precontest George van Attivort to the Registers office for
his papers taken in the said shipp and brought in there, received the
said Charter partie amongst the rest, and ever since hath had it in his
custodie till his bringing the same lately into this Court upon the
present occasion, And saith the same was and is the Charter partie
soe made and was aboard at the time of the said seizure, and
from him come to the hands of the said Captaine Hutton, And saith hee
knoweth the premisses for the reasons aforesaid, and for that hee was one
of the parties to the said Charter partie and signed the same in ffrance
after the making thereof, and acknowledgeth his name thereto
to be written with his owne hand after and the making thereof in ffrance

Jon peterson grjp [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]