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pirate, but that same afternoone being soe departed, the said
pirate stood with them againe, and in the doeing fetched them [?up]
and having manned his boate to come aboard, they were found
to avoide him to run and did run the said shipp ashoare in Sicilia
where shee was stand in places on the racke after the Spaniard[?s]
had saved some of her goods, (which they tooke along to their owne use) and so the said shipp and thereof
of the goods nor passage by the spaniards were cast away and
utterly lost, and this hee with was ass by a 23th of december
last, in the night, which hee knoweth being present and [?for]
the since so donne, and saith the foresaid chest of druggs
belonging to the said Robert browne, who was accounted part [XXX]
owner as aforesaid of the said shipp tackle, and furniture
the said time of casting away, but of what have hee knoweth
not, and saith his precontest Mr John Browne was boatswaine
of and went all the said voyages in the said shipp, and otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first second third and fourth hee referreth himselfe to his
foregoeing deposition and cannot otherwise answer.
To the last negatively.
the marke of the said
Alexander X Steptow [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The eleventh of September [CENTRE HEADING]
On the behalfe of Nicholas Clement}
Adrian van Bulstrode amd Company}
touching the shipp the hare in the feild}
of Middlesborowe, John kein Master}
Cornelius Robbie of London Ma[?rchant]
aged twenty seaven yeeres or
thereabouts, sworne before
right Worshipfull John Godolphin doctor of law[?s]
one of the Judges of the high Court of
Admiraltie and examined upon certaine Interrogatories [?in this behalfe] saith and deposeth by vertue of [?his GUTTER]
[#] on the behalfe of Nicholas Clement
Adrian van Bulstrode and company
Subiects of the Lords the States generall of the United
To the first interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee well
knoweth the shipp the Hare in the ffeild (where of John Kein is or
was master) which hee saith was lately seized by some of the shipps
of this Commonwealth and brought into the river of Thames, [?or]
that after such her seizure and bringing up, shee and her tackle
apparell and furniture were claimed in the said high Court of the
Admiraltie of England by Nicholas Clement of Middlesborowe
and Company subject of the said lord the states [?prevrall] of the [?united]
Netherlands, and were by decree of the said Course [?restezed] unto by
said John Kein her master, to and
their use as owners of her, they having made [?proofing] the said [XXXX]
of such their propertie, which hee knoweth being servant and book keeper of [?XX XXXX]
of London merchant who was correspondant of and imployed by the said [XXXX]
Clement about obtaining the said restitution, and having sent the [?disXXXX]
therein betweene them.