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The third of May 1656.
The clame of William Bar[?tolotte] of}
Amsterdam for his goods in the hare in}
the feild. Suckley. Budd.}
Examined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said Bartolette.
vide 2us or 3us in A.9.
John Danckarts of Dergoose in Zealand
Mariner, Stiersman of the said shipp the
hare in the feild, aged 39 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
about this time twelve moneth and while the shipp the hare in the
ffeild arlate lay at haver de Grace taking in lading for the barr
of Saint Lucars or Cadiz there was a bale of merchandize laden aboard
her of the marke in the margent numbred 60; which hee knoweth
+ [MARKE, LH MARGIN]
having seene a note or schedule of the lading, and alsoe a bill
of lading signed by John keene the master for the same by which it
appeares that the said bale was laden for account of William
Bartelott[?i] of Amsterdam, besides this deponent tooke a note
of the said lading and remembreth the said bale, hee being stiersman
of the said shipp and present at her taking in of all her lading.
But the contents of the said bale hee knoweth not, and further
hee saith that the the said shipp with the said bale and the rest
of her lading setting saile from haver de Grace for the
barr of Saint Lucars or Cadiz, was met with by two of the
men of warr of this Commonwealth and seized and brought
to Portsmouth, and afterwards to London, and hee well knoweth
that the said bale was aboard when the said shipp was soe
seized and came with the rest of the said lading to the
officers hands of this Commonwealth. And saith that about
eight monethes since, as the officers of prize goods came aboard
the said shipp as then lay at Black wall to take out certaine
goods that were made prize, this deponent was present and
sawe the said bale of merchandize under the said marke and
number aboard the said shipp, but about a moneth since as the
said bale (being as it seemes ordered to be restored) was looked
for, it could not be found nor iwas then remayning in the said
shipp, being by some meanes or other imbeazled and taken away;
while the said vessell was under the power of waiters and
officers of this Commonwealth, and before John Keen as any of
his company were admitted to have any command of her. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the second hee cannot depose.
John [danckers fijsherman] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 6th of May 1656.
hammond and the Sisters aforesaid}
and against Wright and others}
Exámined upon the same said allegation libell
Francis Corniche of Aldborough Mariner aged
39 yeares or thereabouts sworne and exámined.