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Hendrick Peterson Smith, Lewis de Bois and this deponent who on
the behalfe of himselfe and his Partners aforesaid payed for the said shipp
unto the said Merchants of Amsterdam the former reputed Owners thereof
the summe of three thousand and two hundred Guilders hollands money, and
after the buying thereof this deponent by direction from his said Partners the
Owners and Proprietors of the said shipp carried men and Provisions from
Hamborough to Amsterdam expressely to fetch the said shipp the Kint from
thence to Hamburgh, and saith that the said shipp being in her Course
from Amsterdam to Hamburgh neare unto the River of Elve ws surprized
and taken by the shipp the Mermaide in the immediate service of this
Commonwealth, And saith That since the buying and paying for the said
shipp as aforesaid this deponent and partners aforesaid have bin and at
present are the true and lawfull Owners of the said shipp, and of
her tackle apparell and furniture, and for such commonly accompted
reputed and taken, which hee knoweth being Master of the said
shipp the Kint ever since shee was bought and payed for as aforesaid
And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the second hee saith and deposeth, That shortly after the said seizure
by the said shipp the Mermaide by Captaine John King hee the said King
and Companie plundered the said Vessell the Kint, and tooke out and
from the same one new Cable of about eight inches thicke, and about
one hundred and twenty five fathoms long, worth at the time of the said
seizure twenty foure pounds sterling, and one other Cable having not
bin much used worth twenty two pounds, a new Cable with a halser
worth twelve pounds, two troessers new each worth two pounds eight
shillings, as much small cordage for a Top saile as was worth seaven
poundes, three castinge lines with three leads, worth one pound sixteen
shillings, fower maine tackes, fower sheets and a maine Topsaile [?XXX] for saile
all of them new with two boey ropes worth two pounds, a new forsaile a
bonnet and a for topsaile with a boat saile worth thirty eight pounds
one Casting anker with a Rodger worth fower pounds fower shillings
Two barrells of Powder bulletts match and all the appurtenances
thereunto belonginge fower musketts with a long fowling peece one
paire of Pistolls and five swords, worth twenty pounds; Two barrells
of Tarr, one barrell of Pitok worth two pounds sixteene shillings
skillette Potts and Panns and other things worth sixe pounds, two flaggs
and Lanthornes and compasses and howerglasses worth five pounds, Candles
lampes two barrells of Hamborough biskuits, one barrell of Pease,