HCA 13/71 f.286r Annotate
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have donne) yet hee saith they have never molested troubled them or
staid them but still let them goe freely or quietly assoone as they
understand them to be belonging to the dominion of the said States
only hee saith that nowe and then that sea men would get a holland
cheese or two or three or a salmon or two or such small matters of
them, And otherwise hee cannot answer saving his foregoeing deposition
to which hee referreth himselfe.
To the eighth hee answereth negativley for his part, and otherwise hee
To the 9th hee knoweth not nor hath heard ought thereof.
To the 10th negatively for his part and otherwise hee cannot
To the 11th and 12th negatively.
To the 13th negtively for his part, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
michial Janson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Exámined upon the fore said allegation
James Guyot. of London Merchant, aged 38 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and exámined
To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
to his best Remembrance the last Peace made and concluded betweene
the king of Spaine and the Lords the States of Generall of the
United Netherlands and Proclaimed the fifth day (New Stile) of
June 1648, since which time this deponent hath severall times seene
the Printed copies both in dutch and ffrench of the articles of the
said Peace, wherein and whereby hee hath seene and taken Notice that
in the matter of Commerce and Navigation it was agreed that the
shipps of the said States and their Subiects though they were going
to or comming from any ports or places in enmitie or hostilitie with
the king of Spain, should goe and passe free with their lading without
any let or molestation of or from the shipps or subiects of the said
king, or to the same effect, And that the agreement
by Articles was to the effect aforesaid in the said matter of commerce
hee saith it was and hath alwaies bin notorious and commonly spoken
and taken notice of in Middleborowe ever since the said Peace soe made
which hee knoweth for that hee this deponent went to dwell there
presently upon the said Peace and dwelt there foure yeeres and
upwards next after such his comming thither, and there hee
heard it generally taken notice of and observed by the Merchants
and Mariners, that the said matter was duely and orderly observed
by the subiects of the king of Spaine, namely to let the shipps of
subiects of the United Provinces passe and proceede
freely and unmolested and unvisited, though they were laden from or
were going to parts of the enemies of the said kinge, upon notice that they
were belonging to the said United Provinces, and that that soe they did in conformitie to the
said Articles of Peace, and hee this deponent hath bin concerned in shipps
of Middleborowe that have bin bound for ffrance, and have gonne and