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names in the booke of the account of the cost and charge of the said shipp
[?ever] man for the part that hee would have and owne, as the use there

To the third Interrogatorie hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition where
alsoe the same is fully satisfied, adding that being soe halfe built, this
deponent in the name and by direction of the said claimers having contracted
for it, ordered the manner of finishing, rigging and fitting her, and being
afloate went aboard and possessed her to the use of his said owners.

To the fourth hee saith hee is well assured that the said
producents bought the said shipp for their owne account and
the money for the same, which this deponent had the paying of and saith
that Michael Engels, daniel C[?alline] and hendrick Momma, and
Garret de Jagar and [?kXXX] de [?Barker] and alsoe this deponent are the persons that are the company of the said h[XXXX GUTTER]
Petersson, Gilbert Cornelison Schunten Nicholas Bleauhelm, William
Momma and Marten ffransen vander Schilder, in the said ownershipp
of the said vessell, and that none other but the said persons here [XXX GUTTER]
9[XXX] that the said Christofer Weygerson and Jerome Rynda[XXXX] gonne
off) hath any share or interest in the said shipp, or had the same of
such her firsy buying, and referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
And cannot otherwise answer, saving the said da Jagar and Da [?BarkerXX] are

Joha[X] V: Liy[?en] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 19th of March 1658.

The claime of John Moller for his goods}
plate and money in the shipp the Saint Mary}
whereof John van Linen was master taken by}
the ffairfax frigot, Robert Story commander.}

Examined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said claimer the [?nineth]


John van Lynen of Amsterdam Mariner Commander
of the said shipp the Saint Mary, aged 37 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and examined.

To the first article hee saith and deposeth that in June 1657 the said
shipp the Saint Mary proceeding from the port of Amsterdam for the [?Canaries GUTTER]
and the West Indies on a trading voyage, the said John Mollar went Cape
Merchant of her, and carried in her for his owne account
linnen peeces of serges, [?laces], and other goods to the value of
seaben hundred pounds sterling or thereabouts, and this deponent [?verily] beleveth
they were for his owne particular account, seeing him lade and take particular
care of them the said voyage, as being for his owne adventure, and That [?with GUTTER]
them hee arived in the said shipp at Santa domingo in the Spanish West Indies
which hee knoweth because hee this deponent went commander of the said shipp

To the second and third articles and schedule annexed hee saith and deposeth
that after such arivall of the said shipp at Santa domingo with the said goods
the said John Mollar sold and bartered away the same for plate money
and goods, and received in truck and retourne thereof in plate, dishes, [XXXX GUTTER]
wine pots, candlesticks, porrigers, spoones, forkes, [XXXXs], salt [XXXX GUTTER]
a pepper box, a water pot, and a wine cup all of silver or plate [#]

and weighing together
seaventie markes and three
ounces and a halfe, and alsoe

nine barrs of silver weighing sixtie eight markes and six ounces
one hundred peeces of eight which hee had in a bagg
one hundred and eight hides a parcell of [?cacoa]
containing [?fourtie] cargoes and thirteen pounds, and a parcell of Tortois shells
of the number of fourtie two dozens, which hee knoweth taking a [XXXX XXXX XXXXX XXX GUTTER] All which late, money and goods hee
the said Mollar bought, [?gained], and provided, and laded the same aboard