HCA 13/72 f.159r Annotate
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The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
John Pryenaer of Ostend Mariner
aged 44 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that
the said frigot the Peter came from Ostend about 8
weekes since on a man of warr voyage to take the enemies
of the king of Spaine, and had a Commission from don the
Supreme authoritie there, and that this deponent in a drinking
fit engaged him selfe as a common man in the said service
and that after their comming out they tooke a small
barke of ffoy with pilchards, and set the men all ashore, and
tooke alsoe a ffrench man, and set most
of her company alsoe ashore, and had seaven or thereabouts of
them aboard when the Peter was taken by the Adventure
frigot neere WarXXXs, all which ffrench the English commander
put ashore in the downes, saving an old man named John
Vander Slane, who was left in the prize to help worke, and
promised his libertie when hee came to London, And saith
they sold the said English barke to the English master
with all the pilchards saving 30 hogsheads, fifteene
whereof were in the Peter when shee was soe seized. And
otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the owners of the Peter
are ffrantimans, subiects of the king of Spaine, as this deponent
hath bin informed.
Jan [XXXXXXX XXXXXXer] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 27th of October 1657.
The claime of Daniel Passier alias}
John Daniel Allerman for his goods}
in the Morningstarr, Claes Willms Master}
Exámined upon the claimers allegation.
Claes Williams of Amsterdam master of
the said shipp Morningstarr, aged
38 yeares or thereabouts sworne and
To the first and second árticles hee saith hee well knoweth the producent
Daniel Passier alias John Daniel Alleman and hath soe donne for theise
seaven or eight monthes last, or thereabouts, and that the said
producent in or about the moneth of March last did at Sta[XXune]
arlate lade and put aboard the said shipp for his owne account to be
transported to Amsterdam fourtie three bull hides of the marke in the
DA [MARKE IN LH MARGIN]
margent and foure and twenty peeces of Camphore wood,but hee
doth not remember then the said Camphore wood was marked, but
supposeth it was not marked, which hee knoweth being Master and seeing
the lading thereof, and well remembring that they were the last goods
that the said shipp tooke on and having soe laden them hee the
said producent having agreed with this deponent for his freight and