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deponent and the rest of the cmpany to Dantzike and there to be
dischardged, but for whose accompt this deponent knoweth not, and
saith they have bin noe other port but Bordeaux since
their said departure from Dunquirke, and were at the time of
the seizure by Captaine Titsell going for Dantzike for ought
this deponent knoweth to the contrary, and saith the said shipp the
Dolphin is of the burthen of two hundred tons or thereabouts, and
had about 170 fatts of wine aboard her at the time of her seizure, And otherwise hee
cannot depose saving as aforesaid.

To the sixth hee cannot depose, saying hee knoweth not of
any bills of lading, charter partie or other writings that were aboard
save that at sea before theire seizure the master showed him
the out side of a letter which was directed to Dantzike and
said that thither they must goe/

To the 10th negatively, saying hee doth not knowe the laders
of the said goods, and otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 11th negatively, saying hee knoweth not what to beleeve
touching the proprietie of the said wines, not being any wayes told
or informed touching the same, but alwaies the master would say
that the same was to be delivered at Dantzike.

To the 12th hee saith they were seized at sea off the Texel as hee
taketh, the place, they endeavouring to make the coast of Holland
and stood for the same
the winde being about West Norewest, And otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the last negatively for his part, and otherwise hee
cannot depose.

Jacob [?Isbranssen] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

The Interrogatories in the
second place.

To the first and second
hee saith that the
Texel is not out of
the way for Dantzike



The same day.


John ffooka of Dunquirke Mariner, boatswaine of the
said shipp the Dolphin, aged 44 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee hath bin boatswaine of
an hath served in the said shipp Dolphin about five monethes last
and came aboard her in the beginning of the said time at dunquirke,
and saith that ffrancis hendricksen, Ambrose Marsen merchants
of dunquirke were and are accompted owners of her and to have
bought her there bout 6 monethes since, but whether there are
any more or other owners hee saith hee knoweth not, neither
was hee present at the buying nor knoweth ought of the
payment for her, And otherwise hee cannot depose.