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To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee is a batchelour and for theise twenty yeeres hath
used to saile from Amsterdam, and when hee is there, hee lodgeth in the [?citie]
but was borne at Stralesund as aforesaid, and hath noe share in the said
shipp, nor hath any relation to the producents otherwise than by being boatswaine
of their shipp; And otherwise hee referreth him selfe to his foregoeing deposition
where hee hath satisfied the same.

To the second

To the third

To the last



The 18th of March 1658.

The claime of the said John Mo[OR: ?u]llar}
for his plate and money etcetera in the Saint Mary

Examined upon the foresaid allegation.


Joachim Stoll of Stralasund in Pomerania
Mariner, boatswaine of the said shipp the Saint
Mary, aged 36 yeares or thereabouts sworne and

To the first hee saith that the producent went and was the time
arlate Cape Marchant of the shipp the Saint Mary (John vanlynen
master) in her trading voyage from Amsterdam to Santa Cruse in
the West Indi[?a]s and soe homewards againe for Amsterdam, which hee
knoweth for that hee this deponent went boatswaine of the
said shipp the said voyage, and saw the said M[?u]ller performe that
imployment, and saw and knoweth alsoe that hee the said M[?u]ller
outwards from Amsterdam carried in the said shipp serges, [?laces] and other
goods as upon his owne account for traffique withall and arived
therewith in the said shipp at Santa domingo in the West Indi[?a]s, And further hee cannot depose

To the second and third hee saith that the said Mollar at Santa domingo retourned
and brought aboard as the proceede and effects of his said outwards goods
and laded as for his owne account to be in the said shipp carried to
Amsterdam, a quantitie of plate in silver vessells and table utensills
and others as plates, bekers, spoones, dishes and other particulars, which
this deponent saw him put into his chest aboard the said shipp upon the
bringing thereof aboard, a[?s] s[?pe] hee had and laded as for his owne
account and a part from the account of the Generall, cargo a [?parcell]
of hides and of Cacoa, and a parcell of Tortois shells, this deponent seeing the same laded, And further hee cannot depose.

To the fourth and fifth hee saith that after the lading of the said plate
and goods aboard the said shipp, shee departed therewith towards [?Amsterdam]
and in her course comming into the Bay of Gibraltar was there [?XXX]
the said plate and goods seIzed by the ffairfax frigot (belonging to this
Commonwealth,) on the high and open seas, and [?iponm the]