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at or neare Dantsicke, to saile from thence to Polticher Wick about
6. Dutch miles from Dantzicke, and there to take in a ffull ladeing
of pipestaves and clapboard, and to saile with the same from
thnce to Saint Lucar in Spaine, and in her Course thitherwards to
putt into Medenblick in Holland to attend Companie from those parts
for his better securitie againste the Turkish shippe and sea Rovers, and
being there arrived to unlade the said goods at Saint Lucar aforesaid, and to
receive such lading aboard his said shipp as hee there should be ordered and
appointed by the producents in this Cause and to bring and discharge the same to and at Amsterdam
for the said producents accompt; for which Voyage the said Master was to
have three thousand seaven hundred and fiftie gilders or florens, a
thousand floryns whereof were actually received by the said Master in
Holland from Bernard [?Roysse] and Companie factors and Correspondents
of the said parties producent by their Order as by the schedule or originall acquittance now exhibited by this deponent [?XXXXX] And to the effect aforesaid
upon or about the 22th day of January 1652. new style, a Charter partie
was duly made between the said Abraham Vergensis on the behalf of
the said producents, and the said John ffransen Haen, which hee knoweth
because he was present at the contract and agreement aforesaid, and acting
and assisting in the making thereof, and as Wittnesse thereof signed and
subscribed the same, And saith That according to the said Contract in or
about the moneths of ffebrurary or March 1652. new style, the said shipp
under the Conduct of the said John ffranson Haen sett saile and
departed from Dantzicke to the Poltischer Wick aforesaid, where by
the order of the said factor shee received her full lading of Pipestaves
and Clapboard to bee transported in the said shipp to Saint Lucars aforesaid
and there to be delivered unto John Scrother ffactor and Correspondent
to the said parties producent for their accompt; whereupon after the
receiving of, the said lading the said shipp set sayle therewith from the
Politscher Wick aforesaid, and in her Course towards Saint Lucar came
to Modenblick as aforesaid to attend Companie for the securitie of he
passage to Saint Lucar, where about the monethe of August or September
in the yeare 1652 last past shee arrived, and the said Lading was there delivered as aforesaid
Which hee knoweth, being ffactor to and for the said parties producent, and
present at Dantsicke when the said shipp sett saile from thence with
order to proceed as aforesaid. and since by letters of advise assured of the
trueth and realitie of the premisses, And otherwise cannot depose

To the 4th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That in or
about the moneth of October in the yeare 1652: last past, and after
the delivery of the said pipestaves and clapboards to the said John
Scrother and Companie Correspondents to the said parties producent by their
order and direction, the said John Scrother and Companies laded and
putt on board or casued to be laden and putt on board the said shipp
Black Cocke then lying before Saint Lucar in Spaine One hundred
ninety and six butts of sack, six butts of [?c]ent wyne, two hundred
small barrells of olives, and seaventeene hogsheads of olives, and nine