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Katherine lay there, a fitting out on the sayd voyage and this deponent being then at delphes haven [?very] frequently sent on Board the [?said] shipp [XXXX XXXX XXX] often [XXXX XXXXX]
that meanes sawe and tooke notice of the Premisses; And
further hee cannot depose:/:
To the 2d hee saith that as hee hath heard the said Henry Baldero
William harris, John Sheppard and John Thampson (having
fitted the said ship as aforesaid) let her Out to ffreight to
an English merchant. to saile to the foresaid place, And
further cannot depose/.
To the 3d hee saith that hee hath heard that as the said
ship the Catherine was lying at an Anchor in the
Road of Avero, shee was taken and seized by the Laurell
ffrigot, and by her Captaine and Company Carried to Lisbone,
and there detained, And further hee cannot depose:/.
To the 4th hee saith that the said henry Baldero
William harris and John Sheppard were and are
all of them Comonly accomted Natives of this Comon=
wealth, and soe hee verily beleeveth they are, and saith
that they are all of them, Subjects of this Commonwealth
And that they lved in holland onely as Merchant
Strangers, and are none of them subjects of the States of the United
Provinces. neither did or doe they or any of them beare any Office or Burthens there, as
Dutchmen, which hee Deposeth, for the reasons aforesaid and
for that hee hath bin severall timmes at the Lodgings
of the said Mr Baldero, Mr Sheppard, and Mr harris, in holland
And further hee cannot Depose:/.
To the 4th hee saith that the said John Thampson was
and is an Inhabitant of East Smithfeild neere this City of London, and
hath there and at other places of neere London lived (as this deponent verily beleeveth for about
five yeares last and hath at ths present a wife
living with him in East Smithfeild, and the said John Thampson hath
told this deponent that hee is resolved here to abide and
Continue. And further hee cannot depose./:
Alberd thampso[?X] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Collonel Cock