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after her departure from Bourdeaux, and the said storme continued
about eleaven howers after such her comming into Port lewes, and
saith that the goods that were remaining were some of
them landed to be dried, and this deponent left them some ashore
and the rest aboard at Port lewes, and soe came for England, but
hee heard that they were afterwards carried to the Barbado's in another
shipp that was sent by mr Lucas lucie. And further hee cannot
depose, saving that such departure of the said shipp and goods from
Bourdeaux was on or about the seaventh day (old stile) of the [XXX GUTTER]
moneth of Octobert 1654.

To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith that the said shipp had bin about foure
dayes out at sea before the said storme begann, and otherwise hee
hath satisfied the same before.

To the second hee saith that some of the Assignes that were
drowned, were throwne over board, but none other of the goods
were throwne over in the said storme, which As[XXX]go's were p[XXXX]d
and were betwixt the deck in the said shipp before their death, and saith
they did not cut down any of their masts, but sprung the
maine mast by the said storme, And otherwise hee cannot answer
saving as aforesaid.

To the third hee saith the said shipp was much beaten and [shattered GUTTER]
when shee was soe forced into port lewes, which was at [XX] and
that by the ardours of the said storme and tempestuous weather
And saith that some part of the said goods were dried and preserved and
before this deponent soe came from
port lewes, but the quantitie soe dried and preserved hee
doth nor remember; And otherwise hee cannot answer saving
his foregoeing deposition to which hee referreth him selfe.

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.



The claime of Christofer Wouters and company}
and others severally specified in the description of the}
allegation for their goods in the Golden King of}
Middleborow, Govert Udemans master.}

Exámined upon an allegation
made in the acts of Court on the behalfe of the
said claimers.

Rp. 1

Govert Udemans of Middleborow [Mariner GUTTER]
Master of the said shipp, aged 30 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the said allegation hee saith hee well knoweth all the respective [persons GUTTER]
mentioned in the said description, and that they are all subiects
of the Lords the States Generall of the United Netherlands in amitie
with this Commonwealth, and that they laded and caused to be
laden aboard the said shipp the severall parcells of wine and
brandewine (therein alsoe mentioned) aboard the said shipp at [XXXX GUTTER]