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Oiselle of Middleburgh, (of whom this deponent bought the said shipp [?as ?aforesaid]
and that by Vertue of
a letter of Credit which this deponent had brought along
with him from the said ffrancis Sloyer from Hamborough, which said
monies the said ffrancis Sloyer and this deponent caused to be repaid unto the
said Oiselle his Correspondent at Hamburgh, And otherwise negatively
referring himselfe to his foregoing deposition.

To the 5:th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition saying hee dod not
bring the said monies along with him from Hamburgh, and saith That since
the buying of the said shipp this deponent went to Hamburgh, and there was infor
med that the 6000 gilders [?for] the said shipp were by the said francis Sloyer
paid in the bancke at Hamborough with his owne proper monies, the third
part of which moneys, this deponent caused to be repayd unto the said ffrancis
Sloyer out of this deponents owne moneys, which hee had in and caused to be
payd him by the hands of one John Joachim Vlacht a Burgher and Merchant
of Hamborough, who also paid this deponents third part of the 4500
gilders aforesaid unto the said ffrancis Sloyer./:

To the 6:th hee saith hee was and bought the said shipp at Middleburgh
in March last past, but saith the said ffrancis Sloyer was not then there

To the 7:th hee saith, That hee this deponent drew all the monies predeposed
by bills of exchange and by letter of Creditt upon ffrancis Sloyer aforesaid, who ordered
the payment thereof, but this deponent was not personally present at the [?paying]
of the monies upon the said bills And otherwise cannot depose:

To the 8.th hee saith hee this deponent had no direction in writing but onely
by word of mouth from the said francis Sloyer to goe to Middleburgh to
buy a shipp, as accordingly this deponent did./

To the 9:th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoingd eposition, And otherwise
saving his said deposition, negatively:-/

To the 10:th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition wherein
he hath satisfied as much as hee can to the demannds of this Interrogatory
And otherwise negatively:-/

To the 11:th hee saith hee this deponent caused all the shott that were made by the
said shipp in the fight interrate between the said french shipps and English Frigat to be under the Hamburgh Colours and had
then no other but them on board, and saith that the other shipps had french
Colours uner which they fought, and the said Saphire frigat the Colours of this

To the 12:th hee saith, the said shipp the three Kings after shee was [?gotten]
cleare of the ffrench shipps aforesaid, did not give any assistance to the
said Saphire frigatt./