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To the first Interrogatorie hee saith, hee was Master of the said shipp the
Golden Hawke and that shee belongeth to the Port of Stockholme
and saith the Westerwicke Salt Companie residing at Stockholme
caiused the same to be built at Westerwick about 30. dutch miles from
Stockholme at their owne Costs and Charges as hee beleeveth, And
otherwise negatively:-/

To the second hee saith, the said Westerwick Salt Companie of Stockholme
have beene owners of the said shipp ever since shee was built, which was
in this present yeare. And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the third hee saith hee is a Native of Vinnae in the Land of [??Cleve]
in Germanie, and his shipps Companie are all Swedes, except one [?Dane]
and three Hollanders, And that hee this examinate was bredd up at [Monickendam in [?Holland]

To the fourth hee saith the Owners of the sayd shipp live all at Stockholme, where
they have lived for theise ten yeares last past, and are Subjects to the [?Crowne]
of Sweden:-/:-

To the fifth hee saith the said shipp the Goulden Hawke is laden with
Copper, iron and Cannon bulletts which were laden at Stockholme about the
moneth of August last past by severall Merchants there, for their accompt
to be transported to Hamborough, and there to be delivered according to his
ffreight breifes found aboard his said shipp at the time of her late seizure
to which briefs hee referreth both for the Laders and the parties to whom the
said goods were consigned. And otherwise cannot depose./:-

To the 6th hee saith there were no bills of lading signed for the said goods and
Merchandizes, but onely fraight briefs for the same, which this deponent
together with all his other writings aboard delivered unto the sayd Captaine
Welch who seized his said shipp and goods, and otherwise negatively.

To the 7th hee saith he hath often been at severall Ports in Holland and
ffrance in severall Swedish shipps and was last there about two yeares since, And otherwise
referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition and to the fraight brieds predeposed.

To the 8th hee saith hee was hired for Hamborough, and from thence to
returne to Stockholm, where the Voyage in question was to end, and saith hee
was to have 50. gilders per moneth for his wages, and to be paid at Stockholm
bu the Owners of the said salt Companie at his returne thither, And
otherwise cannot depose./:-

To the 9th hee saith hee had no other but Swedish Colors aboard his said shipp
which was taken neere the Riff off Jutland upon the open Sea by the sayd
Captaine Welsh, And saith hee saw no Commission from the said Captaine [?XX]
board him. And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the 10th hee saith there was no Charterpartie for the affraightment of the
shipp And otherwise cannot depose:/


Repeated before Doctor Clarke and
Doctor Godolphin/