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the Starr of Embden Peter [?Exter] master, and another shipp of Lubeck
whereof hendrick [?dunner] was master who were alsoe bound for ffrance
as they said, and sailed alonge with the said other shipps that came from the
Elve towards ffrance, And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second hee saith and deposeth that the sunday morning next following
the premisses, there apeared asterne of the said fleete two shipps, [?with] a private
man of warr that was plundring aboard the Mercury aforesaid espying, [?XXXX]
[?XXX] then one of the said shipps appearinge asterne comming up to the Saint [?MXXX]
that was in the sterne went aboard her. And therwise hee cannot depose.

To the third fourth fifth and sixth articles hee saith and deposeth that in the
afternoone of the said sunday there came with the winde upon the said [?XXX]
an English private man of warre and came aboard this deponent and [?others]
of the shipps of the said fleete, which said two shipps seeing, made saile
towards him, and her flying towards the ffrench coast the said two
shipps, which by this time this deponent and others of the ffleete perceived to
be shipps of holland or zealand, and saith that before the said chase [?XXX]
the said two shipps kept at a distance from the said fleete, and [?when] [?they]
soe chased the said private man of warr the said fleete kept on their
course aswell as the[?y] could in that winde which was contrary. And [?that]
the monday morning next following the premisses the said two men
of warr appeared againe, and shortlty after breake of day there appeared an
English shipp commeing downe the winde, after which the said two dutch men
of warr stood, and about noone the Elizabeth frigot appearing to
the Westward, the said two shipp stood towards her, and after exchanging
some shotts, passed away, and soe the said Elizabeth came

To the seaventh hee saith that the arlate John Baptista Yoncker, Adrian
Yoncker, Bartle Beakeman and Anne de Greave bought the said shipp
the Mercury at Hamborough about three monethes since which hee knoweth
being acquainted therewith and being told alsoe thereof by this deponents
brother who was broker in the matter, and ever since they have bin and are
commonly accompted her owners; and otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 8th hee saith that the said three shipps arlate the Brewer the
King David and the Saint Anthony (which hee saith were taken in the [?XXX]
fleete) were commonly accompted to belonge to Hamborough [?XXXXXXX]
[?XXXXX]. And saith he Hamburgers often buy and build shipps in
Holland. And other wise hee cannot depose.

To the 9th hee saith hee knoweth one Jaques Martin living in Hamburg
with his children and familie but his wife is dead, and saith this
deponent hath there knowne him dwelling ten or eleaven yeares last past
which space hee hath bin and is a subiect of the States, And otherwise
hee cannot depose.