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monethes since here in this port and thence went in her to hull, and goeing thence
for Bourdeaux shee was by an Ostender carried to Saint Sebastians, [?thense GUTTER]
shee went to Rochell, and thense to Southampton, thense againe to Rochell GUTTER
thense to Curland, thense to London, thense to Norway, thense to
dartmouth, thense againe to Rochell, thence to Riga and thence was nowe
comming for London, and not meaning to goe to Ostend nor steering
The marke of Adrian h[XXX]
[MARKE] [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The same day.
Gerrit Johnson of Dantzik Mariner, aged 28 yeeres
or thereabouts, sworne and exámined
The the first hee saith hee hath bin belonging to the said shipp the
Saint John Baptist about five monethes last, and saith shee is commonly
accounted to belonge to this port, and that the master alwaies said soe
but who are her owners hee knoweth not.
To the second hee saith shee tooke in her present lading of clapboards
and other wood at Riga about five weekes since, and at the [?time GUTTER]
report was aboard, shee was bound and intended for this port to
discharge, but they were to say they were bound for Rochell, [?whXXX GUTTER]
to avoide Ostenders, and this deponent was shipped for Rochell
and saith hee hath not said (sic) nor heard the master or any of the company
say that shee was bound for Ostend or any other port in fflanders
or intended to goe thither. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third hee saith they were twelve men and a board when they
were met by the English, whereof three were English men, and none
of them fflandrians or subiects of the king of Spaine.
To the fourth hee saith the said shipp being at Rochell about
five monethes since, this deponent was taken on for one of her
company, and thense went in her for Riga, and from Riga went
nowe comming in her upon her present voyage, and saith they were
farr past the course for Ostend when they were met with and
brought up, being met with betwixt Callise and Goodwin sands
The marke of Gerrit [MARKE] Johnson MARKE, RH SIDE
Repeated with his precontests before
The 11th of July 1656.
The claime of Luke Luce of London}
Merchant for the Saint John Baptist of which}
Broeder Backson is master and goods}
Examined upon an allegation given in
on the behalfe of the said Mr Lucie.
Broeder Backson of holstein London
Mariner, aged 40 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the first árticle hee saith and deposeth that for theise three yeeres
last past or thereabouts the said Luke Luce hath bin and at present
is the true and lawfull owner and Proprietor of the said shipp the