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The Clayme of John Hawkes et cetera for their
goods in the Young Boar

The 27th day of October. 1653.
Examined vpon the sayd Allegation.

Andreas Hawkes of Revel in Lufland under
the Crowne of Sweden merchant aged one and
twenty yeares or thereabout a witnes sworne and
examined deposeth and saith as followeth

To the first Article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that in the monethes
of May June and July last 1653 the arlate John Hawkes
was and att present is the lawfull owner of twenty lasts of Rye and f[our?]
and twenty lasts of barley schedulat. and the sayd Jamb? Hoffer??
the tyme aforesayd was and now is the lawfull owner of twenty lasts of
Rye and twenty lasts of barley. And the sayd Claes Steding was and is
the lawfull Owner of ten lasts of Rye. And the sayd Constance
Corfemaker then was and now is the lawfull Owner of twenty three
shipp pound of fflax which is in English weight six thowsand nyne
hundred pound weight; And the sayd Derrick Hetling then was and
now is Lawfull owner of twenty shipp pound of Muscovy leather
which is in ordinary English weight six thousand pound weight. And
the sayd Matthias Witt then was and now is the lawfull Owner of eleven
lasts of Rye. And Thomas Eyke was and is lawfull Owner of five lasts
of Wheate schedulat, And the sayd Hans Loer then was and now is the
lawfull Owner of eight lasts of Rye. and Claes Yat or fflorez Yatt was then and is
the Owner of six lasts of Barly, The Reason of this deponents Knowledge
of the premisses was and is that he Knoweth well all the sayd persons and
that they are merchants of good esteeme that doe vsually trage in such
goods, and hath credibly heard and verily beleiveth that they the foresayd
respective Owners did att Revell in May last lade all and singular the
foresayd goods for their respective Accompts as aforesayd aboard the
sayd shipp the 'Young Boer', and they have by letters signified to this
deponent that they the sayd Claymers were and are the lawfull and
sole Owners of the sayd goods respectively mentioned as aforesayd.
And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the second third fourth and fifth articles of the sayd allegation This deponent
saith that he hath credibly Heard and verily beleiveth that the foresayd respect[ive]
persons did att Revell in May last past by themselves severally lade aboard
the sayd shipp 'Young Boer' Jacob Cornelison Master all and singular the
goods before severally mentioned for their owne Accompts respectively
and that they consigned the same to their respective factors att Amsterdam
to be in the sayd shipp transported to Amsterdam and there to be delivered
to their respective factors to whom they were consigned, and that they
did severally and respectively send with the sayd goods letters of advise
to their sayd factors for disposeing of the sayd goods to the sayd Owners
Accompt respectively, and that the sayd shipp 'Young Boer' sett sayle
and departed with the sayd goods from Revell and in her Course to
Amsterdam was taken and seized by some of the shipps of this Commonwealth
and that the sayd goods and letters of advise were then aboard her
and came into the possession of the Takers. and farther cannot depose
saving that noe dutchman or other subiect of the States of the vnited
Provinces or french King or of any Prince or State in hostility
with this Commonwealth had or hath any share or Interest there in the sayd
goods or any of them.



John Hawkes