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observed some other toll-schedules of the like nature, written with the like
Character, and firmed and sealed with the like firme and Seale, and having
knowne Gabriel Jansen the subscriber thereof who is the Principall Customer at
Gottenburgh for severall yeares last, and hath seene and perused severall
letters sent by the said Gabriel Jansen to the Residents of Sweden here at
London subscribed and sealed with the like firme and seale, And for that hee
hath at Gottenburgh aforesaid seene and observed that the bookes of
Entries of goods there are duely and fairely kept in such manner that
full fath and Creditt was and is and ought to be given thereunto, hee is
therefore fully assured and convinced in Conscience of the trueth of the
premisses, and of the said schedule or Extract out of the said bookes of
Entries of the Customes of Gottenburgh, and that the Contents thereof were
and are reall and triue and so had and done as therein is contained. And further
to this article hee cannot depose./

To the second article of the said Alleagtion, and to the second and third schedules
therein mentioned and thereunto annexed, and now seene and perused
by this examinate hee saith and deposeth, That hee well knoweth the arlate
Martin Thison Ankerholme, President Norrens and the rest of the
Owners of the said shipp Charity and of her lading in Controversie, all
Citizens of Gottenburgh and inhabitants there or neere thereunto, and
all Subjects of the king of Sweden, And to the first of the schedules
mentioned in the said article as an Extract out of the Protocoll of Gottenburgh,
hee saith hee is in Conscience fully assured, That the Contents thereof were
and are true and reall, and that the same was and is sealed with the
Seale of the said Citie of Gottenburgh, and subscribed with the handwriting of
the arlate Nils Carstenson Secretarie of the said Citie, And to the third
schedule arlate, hee saith the same was and is also, as hee firmely beleeveth
sealed with the Seale of the said City, this deponent by meanes of this relation to
the Agents or Residents of the Crowne of Sweden here at London, having
seee perused and observed sevearall letters and other writings from the Magis=
tates of that City, (many of them concerning the Cause in question.) all sealed
with the said seale, and severall subscribed with the same manner of firme
And further to this article and schedules annexed hee cannot depose./

To the latter part of the 4th article and schedule therein mentioned annexed
to the same, and now seene and perused by this examinate, hee saith and
deposeth, That the Magistrates of the said Citie of Gottenburgh and Owners aforesaid
have sent over Mr Lydinius this deponents Contest a person of quality, for
and as Syndicus of that Citie from Gottenburgh to this Citie
to agitate and intermediate for them, and to endeavour to obtaine
restitution of the said shipp Charity and her lading in question, to which
end and effect they have under the Seale of the said City constituted and
Confirmed him their Plenipotentiary, And saith That the said 4th