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never heard or observed, That the said shipp the Saint George had or
hath from her said Originall building any relation in matter of propriety
to any Subject or Subjects or the States of the United Netherlands, but
hath constantly belonged and been generally reputed to belong to hamburgh
and to have her Owners there dwelling and residing, excepting Vincent
van Campen a hamburgher who liveth and resides at Cadiz in Spaine
And further saving his former depositions taken in this Cause, and
in this Court, to which hee referreth, hee saith hee cannot depose/.
To the 4th hee saith, That during the time that the said shipp the Saint
George remained in the Bay and haven of Cadiz in the yeare 1652
arlate, which was at their last being there about 4. or 5. moneths, as this
deponent remembreth, the said shipp Saint George was not at any time during
such her remaining there reputed or taken to belong to Amsterdam, or to
have any of her Owners there dwelling or residing, or to be thither
designed or bound with the ladeing which shee thena nd there [?toke]
in. nor was there then and there before or since any report or rumour
amongst persons of creditt or quality or others, so farr as this deponent
ever heard or observed, That the said shipp and ladeing were bound
or belonged to Amsterdam, The premisses hee beleeveth, for that this
deponent during the time predeposed saw and observed the said shipp the
Saint George rideing and remaining at Cadiz as aforesaid, and was there
sewerall times aboard her, and on shoare at Cadiz was in Companie with
her said Master and Mariner and sewerall Merchants and others there residing
amongst whom for all that time of this deponents knowledge and observation
the Common and generall report was that the said shipp belonged to
hamburgh, and was designed and bound for Ostend or dunquirke in
fflanders And further hee Cannot depose/:-
To the Interrogatorries:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith, That hee this rendent was and is a Native
of hamburgh, where hee hath had his fixed residence from his infancie
And otherwise negatively/:-
To the 2d hee saith hee is a Mariner by profession, and hath been at
Amsterdam twice within 7. yeares last, and remained there the first
time about 6. or 7. moneths, as hee now remembreth, and the last time with
was in the yeare 1651. and staied there then about 7. or 8. moneths as
hee now remembreth, and saith hee saw the said shipp the Saint George interrate there
in both these times. And further cannot depose/:-
To the 3. hee saith, That the shipp the Saint George interrate was originally