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the said shipp and hath an eighth part of her, and that Michall English
harman Barans, derricke dobbelaer, daniel [?Clayas]. [?Christofer]
harbergh. Gabergel English, derrick English and hendrick [?vande ?kreutz]
hamburgers were and are the rest of his owners, and saith the said [?former]
skipper was not aboard at the time of the seizure, but this deponent
was then sole master of her, and hath soe bin ever since hee hath had the
said shipp as aforesaid. And further that the said Michall English had
two eighth oarts in the said shipp, harman Barens, daniel [?Clayes] [?XXX]
English each an eight part, and this deponent an eighth part, derrick [?dobbelaer]
a 16th, Christofer harbergh a 16th part, derrick English a 16thy
hendrick vande kreutz a 16th part, and that they were and are all
Natives and Inhabitants of hamburgh and subiects of that free state
And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose.


To the 8th hee saith that the said shipps company consisteth of
fourteen eaters, all Hamburgers and Easterlings and came all
aboard at Hamburgh, and otherwise negatively.

To the 9th hee saith there are bills of lading for all the fgoods save
those belonging to this deponent and his company before [?expressed]

To the last hee saith hee hath knowne the said factors thatladed the
said goods for six or seaven ueares last, during which space hee
hath used the trade of Malaga, and saith that by the word[?s] [?XXX]
mentioned in his examination at Plymouth, hee spake of and [?meant]
high dutch and hamburgers, and not any subiect of the States of
the United Netherlands