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That Johannes H[awkes] et cetera levert a/c}
Brabant merchant } xx

Repeated before Colonel Cock
and Dr Clerke

To the 14th Interrogatory He saith that in case the sayd shipp 'Young Boer'
arrived safely att Amsterdam ? J[ohann]o van H?cke [????] Master [?] Brabant? Have payd and was to ??
part of the freight for the goods in question videlicet for, the goods of Johnes
Hawkes the deponents father. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 15 negatively to every part thereof /

Andreas Haecks [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Sam De la place [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]


The second day of November 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the sayd allegation.


Jacob Wijgandie of Hamburgh merchant aged
25 yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne and
examined deposeth and saith as followeth.

To the sixth article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith and deposeth
that the arlate John Hawkes, Jacob Hoffener, Claes Steding, Constans
Corfemaker, Derrick Hething, Matthias Witt, Thomas Eyke Hans
Loer and Claes or fflorez Yutt were and are by common repute all Swedish
by birth, and in May and June last past were and for some yeares before
of this deponents knowledge had bene Inhabitants and Burghers, and
every one of them was and is a Burgher and Inhabitant of Revell in
Swedland, and for all the sayd tyme and indeed by common repute for
all their tymes respectively have bene and are, and every of them
was and is a subject of the Queen of Swethland and for and as such
com[m?] only accounted and reputed, All which he knoweth having for
sometymes lived att Revell, where being and restding in the
quality of a merchant factors he came to know the forsayd parties, and had
particular knowledge and acquaintance of and with the sayd John Hawkes
who was and is as he saith a merchant of good ranke and one of the
Burgomasters of the sayd Citty of Revell. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the Crosse Interrogatories
To the 1. 2. 3. 4. and 5. Interrogatories he saith he did never belong to the sayd
shipp Young Boer, nor knoweth any thing touching the goods now in question
who are the Owners thereof or when or where or for whose Accompt or by whom
the same were laden, but saith he hath knowne the foresayd Claymers there[of]
about 12 yeares, and farther saving his foregooing deposes as cannot
depose, saving that the sayd John Hawkes his howse is in the Laugh street of Revell

To the .6. he saith he is a native and Inhabitant of Hamburgh and
otherwise negatively
To the .7. 8. 9. 10. 11.12. 13. 14 and 15 Interrogatories He saith he knoweth not[hing]

Jacob Wigandie [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before Dr Clarke
and Dr Godolphin


The 5th day of November 1653
Examined Upon the said allegation ./

Thomas Coulscott against Lynes et cetera

George Andrewes of St Katherine in the County of Mid[dlesex]
Scrivener aged 56 yeares or thereabouts a witnes
sworne and examined deposeth and saith as followeth

To the first and the rest of the Articles of the sayd allegation This deponent
saith That about 2 or 3 dayes next after the proceedings of this Court
were stayed this last summer by an Order of the Councell of State (the ??
otherwise for the present he remembreth not) He this deponent [??wgilXXX]



J[ohn] Hawkes
Colonel Cock
Dr Clerke
Andreas Hawkes
Sam de la Place
Jacob Hoffener
Claes Steding
Constans Corfemaker
Derrick Hething
Matthias Witt
Thomas Eyke
Hans Loer
Claes or fflorez Yutt
Jacob Wigandie
Thomas Coulscott
Queen [Christina] of Sweden
George Andrewes

Dr Godolphin



St Katherine's, Middlesex


Young Boer