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or bill, and that hee had noe goods but what hee signed a bill for. And
otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.

To the 5th hee saith hee hath bin for the most part in or about
Colchester since the said disaster and his company some at one
place and some at another, and saith hee doth not remember the day that this deponent came to Colchester
which Colchester hee conceiveth to be about tenn leagaues from the [said GUTTER]
place where the said shipp soe [XXXXXX]ed

To the 6th negatively.

To the 7th hee saith hee went in ballast from Middleborow
to Nantes to seake a freight, and finding none, hee laded
the said shipp with salt for his said owners account, and carried
and discharged the same at Bayon, whense hee brought the
foresaid goods. And oterwise negatively.

To the 8th hee saith that some of the factors or agents
that laded the said goods at Bayon were some of them hollanders
and some ffrench and they that laded the wooll and feathers were
most of them Jewes, and but hee remembreth not any of their
names, at present, saving Noe van Baruevelt, John du Brock,
Andries van Galisse, and hardose And this deponent is a
native and Inhabitant of Middleborowe. And otherwise referreth
him selfe to his foregoing deposition.

Repeated before Coll. Cock.

Govert Udemany [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 24th of November 1657.

Nov. dt.

Affidavit quoad the

Frederick Ixem of London Notary Publique, sworne
before the right Worshipfull Charles George Cock Esquire
one of the Judges of the high Court of the Admiraltie
of England saith and deposeth by vertue of his oath.

That hee this deponent was present and did sea (sic) the
Cornelius Vander ho[XX] signe seale and for his act and deed
deliver the bill of sale now showne unto him beginning this
To all people to whom etcertera, Dated in London the twentieth
day of November in the yeare of our lord God one thousand six
hundred fiftie and seaven, and subscribed Cornelis vander Ho[XX GUTTER]
which was soe donne in the writing office of this deponent neere
the Royal Exchange london; and that the same being soe donne this
deponent together with his servant Edward Parker as witnesses set their
names on the back thereof as now appeareth. And saith
further that the said Corneluis Vander Hoowe then and there
acknowledged himselfe fully satisfied the summe mentioned
in the said bill for the vessell the Hulke, therein alsoe