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To the first and second articles of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that in or about
the moneth of May last past the arlate John Hawkes Jacob [?Hoffener]
and others hereafter mentioned did for their Accompts severally lade aboard
the sayd shipp the young Boer then lyeing neere Revell in the dominion
of the queene of Sweden the severall goods and merchandizes hereafer
mentioned to be in the sayd shipp transported to Amsterdam and there to be
delivered for their severall Accompts, that is to say the saud John Hawkes
did lade aboard the sayd shipp for his Accompt twenty lasts of Rye
and twenty five lasts of barley. and the sayd Jacob Hoffener for his
owne Accompt twenty lasts of Rye and twenty lasts of Barly. and
Claes Steding for his owne Accompt tenn lasts of Rye and the
sayd Constans Corsemaker for his owne Accompt one hundred and forty Bundles of
Russia fflaz, the weight whereof he knoweth not. and the sayd
derrick [?hetling] six great and large lackes of leather the weight
whereof he knoweth not for his owne Accompt
And the sayd Claes y[?ut] for his owne Accompt six lasts of barley
and saith, that in May June and July last past 1653. the sayd John
hawkes and other the persons above mentioned were and att present are
the severall and respective Owners of the sayd respective
merchandizes and goods, and that he knoweth the premisses in that
he is master of the sayd shipp and receyved the sayd goods aboard
his sayd shipp att Revell for the respective Accompts aforesayd
of and from the sayd respective Owners, who were in the quiet
possession of the sayd goods respectively before and att the tyme of the
lading thereof. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the third article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that upon the lading
and putting of the sayd severall goods and merchandizes aboard the
sayd shipp the above mentioned John Hawkes, Jacob Hoffener, Claes
Stading, Constans Corsemaker, Derrick Hotling Mathew Witte
Thomas Eyke, Hans [?Leer] and Claes yutt did severally send letters and
advises directed to their severall factors to Amsterdam, which letters and
advises this deponent brought with him in the sayd shipp from Revell, and
the same together with other papers concerning the sayd shipp and the
rest of her lading were all on board the sayd shipp the young Boer att
the tyme of the taking and surprizeing of the sayd shipp and her lading
by the shipps of this Commonwealth of England and came into the possession
of them that made the seizure, the premisses he knoweth being aboard the
sayd shipp att the tyme of seizure, and having all the sayd letters and
papers then on board putt and disposed in a bagg having this deponents
name and the sayd shipps name thereon. But what were the contents of the sayd letters
or what is become of the same he knoweth not. And otherwise cannot depose

To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the aforesayd
severall goods were really laden as aforesayd for the Accompt of the
respective persons above mentioned, and that they did and doe [?XXXX]