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that was in the said shipp at the time of her seizure by the lizard frigot
was soe laden on the said coast for the account aforesaid, and there was
none other but what was soe there laden, saving the eighteene potaccoes
which shee afterwards tooke in at Santa Cruse for Augustin Rosetti a
Genoese, which hee saith are Varinas Tobacco as hee conceiveth
the same to be, The premisses hee deposeth being master as aforesaid
and the person that soe traded and tooke in the foresaid tobaccoe
as hee hath predeposed.

To the fourth hee saith that not getting his whole lading
at the said coast, hee came with the said shipp and such tobaccoes as
hee had as aforesaid there taken to the Canaries, and arived
at Santa Cruse to seeke for freight and further imployment for the
proffit of his said owners, and there tooke in severall goods upon
freight to be transported to Amsterdam for account of severall merchants
for the which owners to receive freight according to the schedule annexed
nowe showed unto him, and two stivers on each gilder for average,
And this hee saith was and is true and reall; which hee knoweth being
master the and the person that contracted for the said freight.

To the fifth árticle hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp
after the premisses departed with the foresaid goods and merchandizes
from Santa Cruse, and prosecuting her voyage for Amsterdam, was in
her course seized by the lizard frigot together with all her foresaid
goods aboard her and carried to Milford haven, having then alsoe
in her of her said outwards lading belonging to her owners that
were undisposed of two pipes of Spanish wines two pipes of
brandewine two halfe alms of Spanish wine, and two fatts containing two
thousand knives; and further that there were then in her about
seaventie two dozen of Tortois shells in three baggs or
sacks, five greate potts and two small potts of balsame for account
of this deponent and his said owners of Amsterdam, which this deponent
bought for the said account of and from the said Rosetti and paid
him for the same/

To the sixth article hee saith that the said Egbart Scutt and
John da Pottar and this deponent were and are dutchmen and
Inhabitants of Amsterdam, and subiects of the States of the United
Netherlands, betwixt whom and this nation there was and is
amitie/ And

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee hath heard and beleeveth that the
said shipp was built at Lubeck, and that the said Scutt and
Potter about 18 or 20 monthes since bought her at Amsterdam
of Jacob van Eust and his brother for about five thousand gildars, which hee knoweth
being present at the bargaine at the signe of the Sea-Riddar
a victualling house neare the C[?hapele] [SXXXgth], a place where many
shipps are sold, and that afterwards they bestowed much cost in fitting
and furnishing her for this present voyage in question, which was
the first voyage wherein shee was by them imployed. And that hee was
thereupon constituted master by them but did not see the bill of sale
that being passed before a Notary as the manner thereis