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that the sayd Lawes sold her to the sayd German Godonville who after he[?e GUTTER]
had made use of her for a voyage or two sold her to the sayd he[?r]man And
further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere/

To the 5th hee saith hee only sawe and knew the sayd dorrington
in ffrance a little before and after the sayd herman bought the shipp [?in question GUTTER]
and saith hee was then very poore in habit and saith the sayde dorrington
was taken as hee sayd in an other shipp neere Newhaven (but the the name of the shipp hee
remembreth not, and saith the sayd dorrington had as hee sayd an 8th part in the
Thomas of Gosport when shee was taken, And saith hee this deponent was not in
the man of warr that looke the sayd shipp Thomas of Gosport the tyme Interrogate

To the Interrogatories in the second place/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first saving his foregoeing deposition hee cannot answer to this
Interrogatorie knowing nothing more touching the contents thereof.

To the 2 hee Cannot depose not knowing nor having heard anything to the
effect Interrogate/

Repeated in Court before doctor Godolphin and Colonell Cock./

Silvanus Porter [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 6th of May 1656

Claime of the said William Bartelotti}
aforesaid for his parts in the hare}
in the ffeild.}

Examined upon the foresaid

Rp: 9.1us in A.12. 2

John van Lathum Chirurgeon of the
shipp the hare in the ffeild aged 26 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the first and second árticles of the said allon hee saith and deposeth
that while the said shipp the hare in the ffeild was and remained at


h[?aver] de Grace taking in her lading for the barr of Saint Lucars
[?or] Cadiz, namely about this time twelve moneth there was
(amongst many other goods laden by other men) a bale of goods numbred
60 and marked as in the margent brought aboard and laden by one
Nicholas la Chi[?v]alier, imployed by Monsieur Begoux, and the same was
soe laden to be carried to the said barr and there to be delivered according to
the bill of lading, which hee knoweth because hee this deponent was the
Chirurgeon of the said shipp and alsoe performed the
office of Purser, and kept a schedule or Catalogue of all the said
shipps lading, and hath this day seene the same, and thereby
findeth the said bale to have bin unladen; And having now seene the
bill of lading for the same, (Subscribed by John K[?ein] the master
whose hand hee well knoweth) hee findeth that the said bale
conteined white bone lace, and was laden for accomt of William Bartolotti
of Amsterdam, And further hee saith that the said shipp sett
course from ha[?w]er de Grace for the barr of Cadiz was seized by
shipps of this Commonwealth and brought into England, and
that the said bale of goods was amongst her lading that
came to the
hands of the Commissioners for prize goods or their officers, for
hee saith that in or about September last the said Officers taking
out such goods as were condemned, and [?upon this] occasion [?XXXXXXXXX GUTTER]