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this deponent was one of the ordinary seamen belonging to the said shipp the Herring
busse at the time of her seizure, and that shee belongeth to the Port of Euckhuysen
in Holland, to one John Lonson a Merchant there and to the [?Merchants] thereof his precontests
who are inhabitants of Euckhuysen and Subjects of the States of the United Nether
lands, and saith that hee this deponent and all the rest of the said shipps Companie
were and are Hollanders and Subjects to the States aforesaid./
To the 4.th hee saith, the said Owners have dwelt at Euckhuysen for ten yeares last
past of this deponents certaine knowledge./.
To the 5.th hee saith the said shipp is laden with sparrs and deales yaken in at
[?Pudewell] in Norwar, and bound for Euckhuysen./
To the 6.th hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./
To the 7. hee saith hee hath from his infancie lived and frequented in Holland
and hath bin severall voyages in ffrance./
To the 8.th hee saith hee ws hired at Euckhuysen upon a voyage from thence
for Norway, and to returne to Euckhuysen, where the said Master was to
pay him 35. gilders for the Voyage./
To the 9:th hee saith the said shipp was taken upon the open sea neare Schagen
by Captaine Welsh, and had hollands Colours aboard at the time of the seizure
And otherwise cannot depose./
To the 10:th hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./
the marke of
Abraham [MARKE] Arentson:-/
The same day
Examined upon the sayd Interrogatories./
Frans Neelson of Enchuysen in Holland Mariner
aged 35. yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined./
To the 1. 2. 3. and 4th Interrogatories hee saith hee well knoweth the shipp
or Herring busse interrate (Hendrick Backer Master) and was an orde
nary seaman aboard her when shee was taken, and saith shee belongeth to the
Port of Enckhuysen in Holland where shee was built, and that the Owners
thereof are Hollanders and Subjects of the States of the United Netherlands
and that they have lived at Enchuysen for many yeares last last, And saith
hee this rendent and all the shipps Companie are also Hollanders and
Subjects of the States aforesaid/
To the 5. hee saith, That the said shipp is laden with sparrs and deales taken
in at Oudewall in Norwegen, and bound from thence to Euckhuysen./
To the 6. hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./
To the 7. hee saith hee hath frequented in severall places of Holland since his
ingancie, and hath bin two voyages in ffrance.
To the 8:th hee saith hee was hired by the said Master at Euckhuysen for a voyage
from thence to Norway and thence to returne to Euckhuysen, where hee was to
have 35. gilders of the said Master for the Voyage:/
(To the 9.th