HCA 13/71 f.397v Annotate
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To the second Interrogatory hee saith and deposeth that hee knoweth
not where the said shipp was built nor knoweth her owners, nor to what port
shee belongeth, nor doth hee knowe William Colen nor Phillip
de pape interrogated, nor that ever the said shipp was either at dunquirke
or Ostend, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third hee saith hee hath not bin taught or instructed what to answer
or depose, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the last hee cannot answer
[MARKE] The marke of Adrian [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Peter danckart of Middleborough Mariner, aged
49 yeares or therabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was borne at [?Succate] near dunkirke
in fflanders, and that hee hath sailed from Middleborowe and
fflushing about three yeares last and dwelt at Middleborowe
And saith hee never knewe nor to his knowledge ever sawe the said shipp
the Hope before this day fortnight, at which time hee was hired
to help saile her for this port of London, and that night
set saile with he accordingly, and further that hee was a
Common man in her, and was shipped by John Le Gall the master
To the second hee knoweth not ought touching the contents of this
Interrogatorie, otherwise than as aforesaid, having never seene or
knowne the said shipp other before this day fortnight, nor but saith
hee know Phillip da Pape to be living in fflanders at
dunquirke about 6 or 7 yeares since, but knoweth not William
To the third hee answereth that hee hath not bin tought what
to say nor bin spoken with thereabouts, And otherwise hee cannot
To the last hee cannot depose.
[MARKE] The marke of [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Charles Jakemin of fflushing Mariner, aged 48 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee was borne at [?dicksXXX in GUTTER]
fflanders, neare Nieuport, and frequented the port of dunkirke as
a sailer till about fourteene or fifteene monethes since that hee
came to dwell at fflushing, where hee hath dwelt ever since. And
saith that on wednesday last was a fortnight hee was by John legall
his precontest hired at fflushing to come and saile with the said
shipp the Hope interrogated (which was then there) to this port, and that
hee never knew or sawe her before that time, nor knoweth her owners
nor to what port shee belongeth, And saith hee hath formerly knowne
Phillip du Paye at dunkirke, And otherwise hee cannot depose,
saving hee came first aboard her at fflushing this day fortnight.