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To the second he saith he knoweth the parties interrate and hath knowne the sayd John
Hawkes, Claes Stedding, Constance Corsemaker, Mathias Witts, Thomas
Eyke Hans Loer and Claes Yut seven yeares or thereabouts respectivelt
and the sayd Jacob Hossener and Derrick Hetling 2 yeares or thereabouts
respectively. and saith he saw all and every of the sayd persons att Revell
whilst the sayd shipp the young Boer lay there in the Company of him
this Rendent. And further cannot depose.

To the third he saith the sayd severall respective Owners and Claymers did
themselves lade all and sngular the aforesayd goods respectively. and
this deponent before the ladeing thereof did see the sayd goods in
their possessions respectively that is to say in the respective howses of
every of the sayd persons att Revell for whose Accompt he hath sett
forth the same to be laden as aforesayd respectively. And otherwise
cannot depose.

To the fourth he saith that John Hawkes Jacob Hosserner Claes Stading
Constance Corsemaker Derrick Hetling and Claes Yut doe live and
have their howses respectively in the Long Street of Ravell in Swedland
and Matthias Witts in Varick Street in Revell and Hans Loer in a little
street there the name of which he hath forgotten, and sayeth that Thomas
Eyke lives in the sayd Vitty of ffevell but the name of the street where
his howse is he knoweth not. and saith by common repute the sayd partyes
have lived in Revell aforesayd all their tyme;and the sayd John
Hawkes Claes Stedding Constance Corsemaker, Matthias Witts
Thomas Eyke Jans Loer ad Claes Yut for seven yeares last of this
Rendents knowledge have bene Inhabitants of the sayd Citty, and
the sayd Jacob Hossener and Derrick Hetling have there of this
Rendents like knowedge inhabited for theis 2 yeares last past
And otherwise cannot depose.

To the fifth he saith that he knoweth the aforesayd Owners and parteyes
above mentioned to be lawfull Owners of the sayd goods respectively
for the reasons above by him set forth whereto he referreth himselfe
and otherwise negatively, saving he was present when the sayd
Matthias Witt bought five lasts of Rye part of the .11. lasts laden
for his Accompt as aforesayd, And saith the sayd Matthias Witt did
contract for the same with Hevert Call of Revell of whom he bought
the same for 36. Rix dollars per last but this Rendent saw not the money
payd. And further cannot depose.

To the sixth he saith he was borne in the Island of Skelling a place
subiect to the States of the United Provinces and there hath his
habitation. And otherwise negatively.

To the .7. he saith he cannot depose otherwise than he hath predeposed.

To the 8. negatively to every part thereof.

To the 9. he saith he cannot depose.

To the tenth he saith the sayd shipp the Young Bower began her
outward voyage from Amsterdam in the month of May 1653 last past
and saith she was in her ballast and had noe lading and in
her ballast went directly from Amsterdam to Revell aforesayd
and otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 11th. and 12th. he saith that the sayd shipp was in her ballast
onely as aforesayd in her outward voyage.