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To the Crosse Interrogatories:0-/
To the first hee saith, hee was in the said shipp the Beerenpoot' at the
time of her surrender to Captaine Trenchfield and the other English
Coammannders and saith hee expecteth the hire due unto him in Case the
fraight interrate be paid to the producent, which is all the benefitt hee expecteth
by the same, And otherwise negatively, and further cannot depose.
To the second hee saith hee was present at and assisting in the lading of the
goods in question, and tooke otice of the same, and of the markes thereof, an
was aboard when Captaine Trenchfield tooke possession thereof, but saw not
the unlading of the same. And otherwise cannot depose:-
To the third hee saith by Vertue of his Oath, That teh said shipp the
Beerenpoet made no Port nor delivered out any goods after her comeing from
Marseilles till the said Captaine Trenchfield tooke possession of her and her
lading. And further saving his foregoeing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose/
To the 4:th hee saith, That ll the goods schedulate were in the hold of the said
shipp, and none of them between decks, and saith there were no other goods
aboard the said shipp at the time of her said surrender save onely the goods
belonging to the said producent, which by agreement between him and the English
Captaines hee was to have and enjoy:-
To the 5:th hee saith, the said shipp Berrepoot and her lading were delivered to
Captaine Trenchfield at Sale[?brne] in Spaine, And otherwise cannot depose:-/
To the 6:th hee saith each Hollands Liver or gilder is commonly accompted to be
the valew of two shillings English, And saith the bills of lading for the goods
schedulate were all left at Marseilles. And further cannot depose:-/
Repeatted before doctor Clarke and
the other Judges:-/
heindrick Jans [?XXXX ?XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said Allegation.
John Cornelisen of Hoogh Carspel in Holland
Mariner aged 18. yeares or thereabouts sworne and
To the first and 2d. articles of the said Allegation and schedule thereunto
annexed hee saith and deposeth, That after the shipp the Berenpoet arlate
had received her full lading at Marseilles in ffrance, of oyle, soape, Almonds
Aniseeds, Cominseeds, honey, Spanish greene and severall other Vomodities
this deponent then beingCabbin keeper aboard the said shipp did severall times
heare, and well remembreth, that the producent the Master of the saud shipp
and Jacob Isbrantson his then Stiersman, this deponents precontest, and the
Barber Chirurgion of the said shipp, did [?XXX] discoursing together comeing in
theri intended voyage with the said shipp and lading thence to Amsterdam, and
concening the fraight due for the Cargo of the said shipp in Vase the said
shipp and her ladeing arrived in safety at their desired port, that teh said
fraight would amount unto 12155 gilders hollands money, And saith that