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To the 19th hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 20th hee saith hee this deponent delivered the bills of ladeing interrate to
the said John de Windt. And otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoing

To the 22th hee saith, That immediately upon the signing of the said bills of
lading (as this deponent remembreth) the said John de Windt delivered one
thereof to this deponent to be transported in his said shipp, And otherwis
remembreth not?:.

To the 22. hee saith the bill of lading interrate was in this deponents Chest
at the time of the seizure of the said shipp amongst the other bill of
lading for the said shipps Cargazon./:

Repeated before the Judges in Court:/



The 26th day of November 1653. Uppon the
allegation given on the behalfe of Martyn Nokell
and the rest of the owners et cetera

Martyn Nokele Michael Swellingraber}
and Company owners of the Shipp the ffaith of}
Stetteyn whereof Jacob Ho[XXX?ers] is master against}
John Delabarr et cetera Suckley Smyth}


Thomas Adams of
Dartmouth in the County of
Devon gentleman aged 42 yeares or
thereabouts a witness produced
and examined Deposeth as followeth

To the 8th and 9th articles of the said allegation and to the schedule therein mentioned Hee
sayeth and deposeth That hee this deponent hath beene an Inhabitant of the
Towne of dartmouth in the County of Devon for theis twenty yeares last past
and upwards and sayeth That about december last past There was brought into the
said Port of Dartmouth A Swedish Vessell of the burthen as this deponent
conceiveth of about 200 Tonnes laden with Tarr and Deales of the growth
of that Country which Shipp was brought in by one James B[?arrblocke]
of London who after the Seizure of the said Shipp was intrusted in the
conduct and bringing in of the said shipp into the said Port uppon the
arrivall whereof ther were divers goods and tackle and furniture belonging to
the said shipp were sold by the said [?Beare]block and Company amongst which hee sayeth
That hee this deponent heareing that ther were some goods to be bought
went aboard the said shipp the ffayth lyeing then at dartmouth with an
intention to buy some thinges aboard the said shipp And this deponent [?and ?some ?XXXX] seeing a
new Cable which as hee conceiveth was never wett would have bought the same
but this deponent and the said [?Beare]blocke att the first not agreeing about
the price of the said Cable went away and came againe the next day
and expecting then to have gonne through with the said Bargaine the
said Brarrblock told this deponent. that the said Cable and a hawser was
sold for xxiiij li And saith likewise That the said [?Beare]blocke did likewise
sell a barrell of Tallowe to one St[?apalyn] of dartmouth which as the said
[?Stapelyn GUTTER]