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Did xxxxxxxx and xx knowledge to this Depos and XXXXXXXX that they had not any xxxxx or possibility of taking the said xxxxx, and in xxxxx and probably(?) they had some (?), whereupon this Depos xxxxx according to the (boss/hess?) xxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxx xxxxxx and is his(?) constrenxxx fully and convinced, that the said Dutch shipps designed was and is only(?) to xxxx the English from trading to Banten(?), and to xxxxxxx the whole xxxxx of the commodities of thos parts unto the Dutch Nation and to xxxxxx the English from having any trade or xxxxxxxx though(?), and xxxx Fox (name?) and upon the reason and observations raised(?), and also by this Depos' observation of the great xxxxx and xxxxx both of the said xxxx
of Banten, and of the strength of the Sultan thereof(?) both at land
and also at Sea which is such that hee did and does ordinarily at the
pleasure(?) with a very great number of boates and vessels goes to take his
xxxxxation at Sea and that within shott(?) of the said Dutch shippps, who
did not use any manner(?) of hostility against them, this xxxxx is fully
assured that there is not any probability in xxxxxx xxxxxxx of the
taking of the said City of Banten by the said Dutch shipps, xx
xxxxxxxxx thereof. And further to this xxxxxxxx he said xxx
xx xxx 10th xxxxx he said, That hee xxxxx will show and xxx xx
xxxxx of two moneths(?) been in and frequented daily the said City of
Banten which is of a very large and great xxxxxx xxx xxxxxx, and is
very populous to the number of 30000 men at the least, at the
deponxxx xxxxxxxx the same, and that the people thereof and a xxx
xxxxxxxx valiant(?) and warlike people xxxxxxxx and as sure(?) generally
accepted(?) and xxxxxx to xx by all that have occasion(?) to make(?)
any such enquiry, but for his better assurance therein is ready(?) to xx
produce a map of description of the said City and maritime(?) parts
thereabout, which he xxxxxxx to be xxxxxxx to this his xxxxxxxx for
the better illustration thereof. And further to this xxxxxxx heeee
xxxxxx not.
xx the 11th he saide that this depo^t well observed, that the -----
Dutch shipps by which, as they pxexeuxed the said City of Bantam
was besieged, xxxx in number five, which was the number ordered
and allotted for that end, at the xxxxxxxxxx of the said(?) did xxxxxxxx
and xxxxxx to this xxxxxx both neere(?) Banten, and forwards at the
City of Batavia this depos^t was also informed to (of?) that effort, and at
xx xxxxxxxx of the xxxxxx and souls ^xx xx and belonging to the said shipps
this Depo^t to the best of his (its) judgement and observation xxx and xxxx
judge and xxxxxxx that they did not xxxxxxx fower (four?) hundred men toxxxx
until such time as the said ship the xxxxxx was laden at Bantem
and ready to sett saile, at xx about which time, the(y?) said Dutch shipps
were reinforced(?) with soldiers(?) of the Guard of the xxxxx of
Batavia at this xxxxxxx did soe and observe and did take xxxxxx
that after the xxxxxx of the said ship the xxxxxxx by the said