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The Nine and twentieth of October 1653.

On the behalfe of the owners of the]
King David of Hambrough.]


Gerrit [?XXXX]
of Hamborowe mariner, master of the shipp the King David
of Hamborough, aged fiftie yeares or thereabouts sworne in the
High Court of the Admiraltie of England before William
Clarke and John Godolphn doctors of the lawes and
Charles George Cock Esquire Judges of the said Court
saith and deposeth by vertue of his oath.

That the said shipp the King David nowe rideing in the
Downes was and is belonging to the port of Hamborough, and that [?Hendrick]
Bekeman, John Verporten Adrianson and Martin Berenbergh all Merchants
and dwellers in Hamborough and subiects of that free State and
this deponent a burgher and subiect of the same citie were and are the true and
sole owners of her and of her tackle, apparell and furniture, which
shipp hee saith hee this deponent for and on the behalfe of himselfe and his
said owners bought at Hamborough about thirteene yeeres since and ever
since hath sailed her from and to Hamborough, betwixt which citie
and Newcastle in England and sometimes to London hee
saith hee hath cheifly gonne and traded with the said vessell. And
that nowe shee is laden with wooll and
some other goods for the accompt of Hamborough merchants living in
Hamborough, and with some sea coles for the accompt of himselfe
and of his said owners. And lastely that the seabrief and certificate under the seale of Hamborough
hereunto annexed were and are true and reall and that the contents thereof
as alsoe of the two light-briefs or passes dated the foure and
twentieth of this instant October and alsoe annexed were and are true.

garet [?XXXssun] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The second of November 1653.

On behalfe of the State.

John Bourne of Limehouse in the County of Middlesex Mariner
aged 21 yeares or thereabouts, sworne in Court before the three
Judges thereof the day aforesaid, saith and deposeth by order
of his oath.

That a certaine prize named the Globe (said to belong to Enchusen) was on
or about about the eighth of September last off the coast of Jutland met with and
taken by the fforesight frigot in the service of this Commonwealth [?XXX]
[?Stainer] commannder) with her lading of timber from the East country and
26 barrells of sope ashes, ad brought into harwich on the 25th of the
same moneth, and since shee is sent into the River of Thames. And saith that there [?were]
only eight barrells of the said ashes taken out of her before her before her delivery
over to the prize officers at harwich, to whome her whole cargo of [?XXXX]
and the remainder of the said barrells of ashes being 18 barrells (the
seamen of the said frigot having taken the other eight) were by this deponent
delivered with the said vessell, being a [?XXXX] wherepf hee was put master by the said [?XXXX]
Stainer to bringe her thither, and this deponent there upon [?XXXXX]
Inventory in writing of the sad cargo and 18 barrells of ashes, and of the vessell [?XXXX]
furniture of the said [?XXXXX]. which hee delivered to the said Captaine Stainer
And lastly that all the dutch company of the said prize were taken out of her [?And]
put into the said frigot by order of the said Captaine and none of them brought to harwich with [?XXX], and kept by [?XXX XXX]
and papers it appeared that shee was of Enchusen.