HCA 13/68 f.87r Annotate
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generally knowne and reputed for Natives of Hamborough, and Subiects of
that State where they have held their constant and continuall residence till
this present, Which hee knoweth being also a native of Hamborough and
Agent to the said producents And otherwise cannot depose:
To the 12th hee saith his foregoing deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories: [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first negatively:
To the second hee saith hee well knoweth the parties interrate, and saith that for
10. yeares last past of this deponents knowledge they have all of them lived in the
Grim in Hamborough: And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee saith hee
To the 3. hee saith hee hath by correspondency and personally knowne the interrate
Abraham Vergensis for about 5 yeares last past, who is a High German and a
married man, and hath lived in Dansicke for all that time, and many yeares before, as
this deponent hath credibly heard, and the interrate John Scrother hee hath knowne by
correspondency for about 5. yeares who is a Hamburgher bourne and so commonly accompted
and is a Batchelour:
To the 4th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing depositions, And otherwise cannot
depose not being present at the buying of the goods interrate: saving that part of
the goods sent from Hamborough as is predeposed, were sent by Heyn [?Scoebach]
and Henry Scrother and other Hamborough shippers.:
To the 5th hee saith the said John Scrother is factor to the said producents but not
they to him. And otherwise not being in the Voyage in question hee cannot depose.
To the 6th negatively.:
To the 7th hee saith by vertue of his oath, that for the reasons by him predeposed
this deponent is fully convinced in Conscience that the bill of lading by him predeposed
is reall and true, and so made and done as therein is expressed, wherein hee is
the more confirmed for that this deponent after hee had received the said Bill of Lading
from Hamborough as aforesaid, shewed at Medenblick in the yeare 1653 unto the said John ffransen [?Haen] who
declared unto this deponent that upon solemn oath hee was ready to attest the trueth of
the said bill of Lading, and for that this deponent by meanes of Correspondency is very
well acquainted with the usuall handwriting of the said John Scrother, wherewith
the said bill of Lading was and is filled up. And otherwise cannot depose:
To the 8th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition. And otherwise cannot
To the 9th hee cannot otherwise depose than as is by him predeposed./
To the 10th negatively.
To the 11th hee saith hee hath seene and pused the Copie of the letter in the said
producents Custodie, wherein they had ordered him to lade wine and olives, for
theri accompt in liew of the goods by them sent to him as is predeposed./:
To the 12th hee saith hee this deponent is a Hamburgher by birth and habitation
when hee is there, And otherwise negatively.
To the 13. negatively.
To the 14. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition to the 1. 2. and 3. articles
of the said Allegation:
To the 15. and 16th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition:
To the 17: hee saith, that there is insurance made of 600: li flemmish by Peter
[?Vinck] of 600: li fflemish by frans Sloyer, of 600: li flemmish by Jurian Scothering, and
of 800: li flemmish by Lodowick [?fraulus] all merchants and subiects of Hamburgh, and
none of them Subiects of the King of States interrate. And otherwise cannot depose