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To the 13. he saith there were severall Cocquetts ffactories papers and
other writings aboard the sayd shipp when she was seized, all which came
into the possession of the Captaine and his Company that made the
surprizall but the Contents of the same he knoweth not. And
saith that since the sayd shipp came from her last port there were not so
far as this Rendent knoweth beleiveth or hath heard any papers or writings
torne burnt throwne over board or otherwise made away had or concealed
or undelivered to the sayd Captaine and Company that made the sayd seizure
And otherwise cannot depose
To the 14. he saith that he this Rendent was to receyve his fraight for the
foresayd goods of the respective factors of the aforesayd Owners to whom
the sayd goods were severally consigned, and att the place of their
consignment videlicet Amsterdam. and saith that in case the saud shipp
had arrived safely to Amsterdam and there delivered her lading, He this
Rendent was and should have bene att full liberty to have sayled his sayd
shipp whither he had pleased, according as he should gett ymployment
And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the .15. he saith that he this Rendent had Instructions by word of mouth
to transport the sayd goods to Amsterdam and there to deliver the same
to the respective factors to whom they were consigned respectively, and
made entreyes of teh sayd goods and the partyes to whome they were
consigned respectively in the Table booke which is in the hands of them
that made the seizure. and saith he had noe other Instructions eyther
by word of mouth or writing the aforesayd letters directed to the sayd
factors to whom the goods were consigned, whose contents he
knoweth not, onely excepted And otherwise cannot depose.
Jacob Cornelse Jong[?bahr] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Sam Delaplace [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]
Repeated before the Judges in Court.
The fifteenth day of October 1653 [CENTRE HEADING]
The Clayme of Antonio de Cuyper of Dantzick}
for one sixteenth part of the shipp the Young}
Boer and her Tackle and furniture (whereof}
Jacob Cornelison is master) and of John Passant}
of Dantzick for another sixteenth part of}
the sayd shipp and her tackle and furniture}
Examined upon an allegation on the behalfe
of the sayd Claymers.
Jacob Cornelison Of Schelling Mariner
Master of the sayd shipp the Young Boer
aged three and thirty yeares or thereabouts
a witnes sworne and examined deposeth and
saith as followeth. videlicet.
To the first article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
the arlate John Eleeson of Amsterdam in the monethes of ffebruary
and March 1650. and in March and the beginning of April 1652. was
the lawfull Owner and Proprietor of one quarter part of the sayd shipp
the Young Boer and her tackle and furniture and for such was commonly
accounted and reputed. And he further saith that in or about the sayd moneth
of April 1651, He this deponent by the expresse Order and direction
of the arlate Antonio de Cuyper and with his moneyes and for his
use did buy of and from the sayd Ebeeson owner of one quarter