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glasse and two gammons of bacon worth together foure pounds and twelve
shillings, all which hee knoweth being master of the Elizabeth and
present and seeing the premisses soe donne, And otherwise hee cannot
To the fifth article hee saith that the freighters were to pay freight
for the goods belonging unto them namely twelve gilders per bale
for 67 or 69 ales (which they had aboard) amounting to 81 li 12 s sterling
or thereabouts, 28 gilders and 16 stivers per tonne for fiftie tonnes
and one hogshead of traine oile which they had alsoe aboard,
amounting to 144 li, 9 s, 4 d sterling or thereabouts,
28 gilders and 16 stivers per tonne for 20 tonns of box
wood and whale finnes, amounting to 57 li - 12 s sterling or thereabouts
and to the valew of 20 s sterling or thereabouts for foure [?rowles] of
sack-cloth, and this deponent was to have for a cloake cloth
100 gilders amountinge to about 10 li sterlinge, and for
demourage for soe many dayes as hee should be hindered twenty
gilders (amounting to about 40 s sterling) for each day, And this hee
saith was and is true, publique and notorious, And otherwise he
cannot depose; And saith the said seizure was made on
the sixth day (newe stile) of October last past. And otherwise
hee cannot depose, saving that averidge was to be paid according to the
custome of the sea.
To the crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee hath bin master of the said shipp about
fower yeares and was borne and hath dwelt all his time att fflushing
under the dominion of the States of the United Netherlands, and
otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.
To the second hee saith hee hath knowne the said Gisling and company
above yeares last, and saith they are all fflushingers, namely
the said Everard Gysling, hubrecht Brest, Abraham van Pera, myn
heer van Acker, ffran[?X] Mangelar, Cornelius Williamson, Jussrow
Bancker, John Thysen, Adrian Bancker, Lambrecht Bartleson
Bartent drilenburgh, John Gill and this deponent.
To the third and fourth Interrogatories hee referreth himselfe to
his foregoeing deposition and to that in the preparatorie where hee
hath satisfied the same.
To the fifth hee saith that hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition, and otherwise cannot depose.
To the 6 hee hee saith the said feathers cost 6 stivers and a halfe
per pound and soe they were bought, and that 51 cakes
of the sayd rosin weighing 1136 pounds cost 40 gilders the
thousand weight, as the same was bought, and 35 cakes
more thereof weighing 4922 pounds, cost 40 gilders and 10 styvers
the thousand, and the rest being 4100 pounds costs 42 gilders
the thousand, And the said Turpentine cost 7 gilders the hundred.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 7th negatively.
To the 8 hee saith that myn heer Gislinge hath 3 two and thirtith parts
thisa deponent an eighth and 32th, Abraham van Pera and Cornelius
Williamson each an eighth, hubrecht Brest myn heer van Acker, mr Ma[?XXX]
John Gill, Bar[?XX] drilenbergh, Jussrow Bancker and John Thisen each a 16
and every one of the reat a 32th.