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Martyn Necker whoe hath a fourth part the wydow of Nicholas [?TXXX]
whoe hath an other fourth part in her Godfrey Snellangraber whoe hath an
other quarter of her Mathias Snellnigraber whoe hath one eight part Hance
[?Wyber] whoe hath one sixteenth part and of him this deponent whoe hath one
sixteenth part for which there was payed by him this deponent and his decree
and order the summe of 5000 Rix dollars or thereabouts and hath bene
master of the said shipp ever since shee was soe built as aforesaid
ffor all which [?busines] he saith that the persons before named hath bene and
[?yet] are commonly reputed ad knowne to be owners thereof and of the
said shipps Tackle and furniture and are all of them of this deponents
certaine knowledge Inhabitants of Stettynn arlate and Subiects of the
Queene of Sweden And further sayeth That in the moneth of December
1652 the said Shipp the ffayth in her course and voyage from Stettyn
aforesaid towards Cadiz in Spayne with her whole ladeing of [?XX]
Tarr and other things on or neare about the [?Vsting] in the English
Channell was met with all seized and taken by the arlate Captaine
Edward Nicholas and Company being imployed by the arlate John
delabarr as he this deponent hath beene since credibly informed by
whome he this deponent was deteyned prizoner but after
legall proceedings in this Court the said Shipp with her lading
by the decree of this Court were releised and restored As by the
REgistry of this Court whereunto he referreth himselfe doth and
may appeare After the decreee which restored as aforesaid the said decree under
the Seale of this Court on or about the moneth of July 1653
arlate was extracted under the Seale of this Court and thereby the
arlate John delabarr was required to give theis deponent possession
of the said Shipp her tackle and furniture soe
restored as aforesaid but sayeth That the said Mr delabarr did
refuse to putt this deponent in possession of the said Shipp her tackle and
furniture unlesse this deponent would pay him the summe of fifty
six pounds and seaventeene shillings which he pretended to be due [?XX]
him for expences which this deponent was necessitatedto pay and did
accpordingly pay unto the said Mr dela barr whoe thereupon promised and
undertooke that the same vessell and her tackle and furniture should