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The same day.
Examined upon the sayd Interrogatories
Anthony Sola of Dunkerke mariner one of the
Company of the Dolphin aged 23 yeares a witnes
sworne and examine deposeth and saith as followeth
To the .2. he saith the master of the Dolphin was borne att
Gannt and liveth with his wife and family att Dunkerke and
so hath done 17 yeares and more, and this deponent was borne
att Dunkerke and there hath lived all this last yeare a bacheler, and
for 11 yeares was before att Bruges with his father and the sayd shippes Company are all of them fflemmings as he
beleiveth and knoweth noe other. And further cannot.