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ánd by him deponents predeposed were marked with the marke in the
margent hereof, and of the said bill of lading prefixed./

To the third hee saith, That the purchases of wyne goods and Merchandises predeposed
were of this deponents certaine knowledge and sight bought by the said
producents and particularly out of the gribances or barges lighters wherein the said wynes were in the said river of Roane
the same by the said producents order were brought and laden on board
this deponents said Vessell in the River of Roane aforesaid for the said
producents proper accompt and adventure to bee really and truely
transported to the said port or place of Bulloigne, and there to be
delivered, and to or at noe other port or place whatsoever. Which hee
well knoweth by and for the reasons aforesaid in consequence of the said
Charterparty and bill of lading. And further cannot depose

To the fowerth hee saith, That hee this deponent having received in
and aboard his said shipp the severeall goods and merchandises
posed at the place and time and for and upon the accompt and adventure
aforesaid, did therewithall depart from the said port or river of Roane
towards Bulloigne aforesaid, where the said producents had ordered
him to goe, and had promised there to meet with him examinate and the
said Vessell and Lading, but saith the saith the said shipp in her said Course
being about three or fower leagues from Bulloigne aforesaid was
intercepted and taken togeather with the said lading by a shipp or
man of warr in the immediate service of this Commonwealth
and were brought to Dover, and came to the possession of the
Captaine and Companie of the shipp or man of warr that
surprized and seized the same. The premisses hee well knoweth
being, as aforesaid, Master of the said shipp during the voiage in
question. And further cannot depose

To the fifth hee saith, That the said Nicholas Miniott and
John Stricke were and are generally accompted reputed and
taken for ffrenchmen and subiects of the ffrench king, the
said Stricks father living at Bulloigne and being well knowne
to this deponent to be one of the Officers of the Custome house at the
place, and the said Miniott being alsoe generally accompted a native
of Bulloigne aforesaid.

To the last, hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true

To the Interrogatories exhibited by Mr. Budd [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith, that hee this rendent is a native of [Dunkirke GUTTER]
and hath lived about six or seaven yeares at Middleburgh in Zealand
and is a Burgher of that City, and otherwise saving his foregoeing
deposition, negatively./