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The 26th of January 1653.

The claime of Daniel Slegall of}
Stockholme for the Peter Matthias}
Cornelison master. Suckley. Budd.}

Mathias Cornelison of Amsterdam Mariner, master
of the said shipp the Peter aged 46 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first article of the said alleagtion hee saith and deposeth that
in the yeares 1644 or 1645 and in the summer time, during the warre
betwixt the Dane and Sweden, the shipp the Saint Peter arlate was [?seized]
by the Swann and Calmermarkle two of the shipps in the immediate service
of the Queene of Sweden in the sound from the Kinge of Denmarke
in whose immediate service shee was to the time of the said seizure
which hee knoweth to be true because hee this deponent was then [?there]
in the service of the said Queene aboard her Admirall whereof
this deponent was Captaine. And saith that the producent Daniel Slegall
was and is one of the Nobilitie of Sweden, and was then alsoe in the
said Quens service, in persuance of the said expedition against the [?Dane]
of this deponents sight and knowledge, and after the said seizure
namely the next winter following the said seizure the said Daniell
Slegall of this deponents sight and knowledge bought the said shipp
the Peter of and from the said Queens officers at Stockeholme