HCA 13/72 f.161v Annotate
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same áboard this deponent signed bills of lading for the same, which
the said Thomas Clerq brought him readie filled up, to be by this
deponent signed, and hee accordingly signed the same, after hee had
lookt into the roll of his lading, wherein hee found the said goods to be
entred aboard to be unladen, And otherwise (saving the contents of the
said bills of lading, which hee hath now sene annexed to the allegation
and to which hee referreth himselfe and averreth the same to be
true for ought hee knoweth to the contrary hee cannot depose saving what followeth and saving that
another dutch man laded the said Indicoe and alappa for the [XXXX]
To the 15th hee saith that the said Roll or booke wherein hee this
deponent made entrie of his lading as the same came aboard, was
after the time of the seizing of his said shipp and lading by Captaine
Baker arlate and her bringing into Milford haven, delivered by this deponent
to the said Captaine (demanding the same), And otherwise hee
cannot depose, saving his said booke or roll was aboard at the
time of the said seizure./
To the 16th hee saith that the said Thomas Clerq was and is
commonly accounted a dutch man, and when this deponent was soe
with him at Santa Cruse, spake very good low dutch like a
native hollander or other subiect of the States genereall, bourne in the
Netherlands, and saith the said Thomas was and is a
Merchant Stranger at Santa Cruse, and living there
as a Merchant Stranger, And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the 17th hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the 18th hee saith hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the 19th and 20th hee cannot depose, saying that hee doth not know
the said hardwick Matthias.
To the 21th hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the 22th hee cannot depose.
To the 23th hee saith that after the lading of the said goods aboard
the said shipp the Morning starr this deponent and
company set saile with her and the said lading for Amsterdam
and that in their course thitherward namely on the 29th or thereabouts
of Aprill last (new stile) comming by mistooke of [X]
course neere Lundy, the said shipp with all her said lading aboard
Were taken and surprized by the Lizard frigot in the
immediate service of this Commonwealth, and carried into
Milford haven, soe that the said shipp and all her said lading
and other goods aboard her came there into the hands of the officers
of this Commonwealth, all which hee knoweth being master of
the Morning starr and then aboard her, and seeing the premisses
To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition was and is true.
To the allegation in the acts of Courte made on the [CENTRE HEADING]
behalfe of the said Mathias 21 of October 1657.
who was upon receipt of
all the foresaid goods to
pay freight for the same.
and two stivers upon the
gilder on them in the
Claes Willems [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]