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The 13th day of Aprill 1657 [CENTRE HEADING]

The Examination and deposition of the}
person hereunder specified touching}
the propriety of the shipp the Sarah}
otherwise the Fortune whereof Andrew Jansen was and is}

Daniel Thyssen of London Merchant
39 yeares or thereabouts sworne upon the
Holy Evangelists before the right Worshipfull John
Godolphin Doctor of Lawe and of the Judges of
High Court of Admiraltie of England upon
his Examination saith and deposeth as followeth,
That is to say:/

That hee this Examinate was and is a Merchant inhabitant in
this City of London, and the subject of this Commonwealth and for
and as such Judicially acknowledged and receaved in this High
and Honourable Court and generally knowne and reputed, in
this City, and that hee this said Deponent was and is and ought to
bee the sole, true, and Lawfull owner and Proprietor of the
said shipp the Sarah otherwise the Fortune, being of the burthen of about 80 tonnes and of her Tackle Apparrell and furniture
and that noe other person, or persons, whatsoever have any Part
share or interest therein and that the said shipp being in
Zealand about the 22th of February last past hee this deponent
in the quality aforesaid ordered and appointed the same
under the Conduct and Comand of Andrew Jansen hee
then and now Master or Comander, to proceed in her ballast upon her
present voyage from Zealand aforesaid to the Port of
Bourdeaux in France and there for this deponent Account and [?proper] benefit to take on a freight [?or] a lading of Wines
or other Comodities, and to bring the same to this Port of
London for and upon the proper account and Adventure of
the said shipps affraighters./

Repeated before Doctor :Godolphin./

Daniel Thyssen [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 13th day of Aprill 1657./ [CENTRE HEADING]

The Examination, and deposition of the}
Persons hereunder specified touching}
the Propriety of the shipp the Goulden}
Hart of London whereof George Jansen }
is Master, and of her tackle Apparell. }
and furniture}

Arnold Beake of London Merchant
48 yeares or thereabouts Elias Beake
of London aforesaid Merchant aged 41 yeares
or thereabouts, Christian Paul Santen
of London Merchant, aged 40 yeares or thereabouts
and John Dolins of London Merchant aged 44. yeares
thereabouts and Michael De Haze of dover
aged 56. yeares or thereabouts sworne before
right worshippfull John Godolphin doctor of Lawes one of
Judges of the High Court of Admiralty of England say
depose as followeth: