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this Commonwealth, together (amongst other goods) with the said plate and
goods of the said van lynen, which plate of the said van lynen in the said
two [?cases] or bo[?x]es and his said money the Captaine of the said frigot caused to be taken and carried
out of the said van lynens said cabbin into the said frigot, and the same was donne
accordingly of this deponents sight and knowledge, and then with the said frigot
carried the said shipp Saint Mary and the said van lynens said other goods and
all the rest of the shipps cargo to Thulon, and, and [?out]ed and dispossessed the said
van lynen of his said plate money and goods and of all the rest of the said cargo,
of this deponents sight and knowledge seeing the premisses and being carried
to Thulon in the said shipp Saint Mary, where hee and all the company were
turned out of her ashore by Captaine Stokes his order as hee saith, And
further deposeth not.
To the sixth hee saith that the said plate goods and money soe by
him deposed to be laden by the said von lynen, were for the said van lynens
owne account, who runneth the adventure thereof. And further hee cannot
To the seaventh hee saith the said van lynen is commonly reputed to be borne
not farr from hamborow, and at Amsterdam and hamborow this deponent
hath knowne him liveing with his wife and familia all the said eight yeeres
of this deponents knowledge of him, of which hee hath dwelt with his wife
and famili[?a] about two yeeres last at Amsterdam, and is thereby subject
to the States of the United Netherlands. And further saving as aforesaid
hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee hath noe share or interest in the money, plate
or goods claimed in this cause, and that hee was aboard and boatswaine of
the said shipp the Saint Mary at the time of her seizure aforesaid, and is a native
subiect of Stral[?a]sund, and when hee is not at sea useth to lodge (being a[?n]
batchelour) at Amsterdam and hath soe donne for severall yeeres last, but
is most frequently at sea, and otherwise negatively.
To the second hee saith hee first knew the said van lynen at Hamborow
and saith hee is a maried man and hath bin for all the said time of this
deponents knowledge of him, and hath now his wife and familie[?a] living in
Amsterdam, and never lived in Antwerp since this deponents said knowledge
of him, and otherwise hee referreth imselfe to his foregoeing deposition.
To the third hee saith that the said shipp before Santa domingo had the Spanish
flagg out and a further Prince of Oranges flagge and streamer. and a
flagg which the master had in a fr[ancce] shipp, and otherwise hee cannot answer
saving as aforesaid.
To the fourth hee saith hee saw the said van lynen at Amsterdam severall times
and a good space before the said shipps proceeding thence on the said voyage, and
saw him lade the said stuffs, hatts, [XXXers], [XXXXes], knives and other goods for
his owne account, and this deponent saw them all in his [XXXX XXXXX] in his owne [XXXXXX] before
such their bringing aboard, and saw such their bringing aboard from his
said house, And further saving as aforesaid hee cannot depose.
To the 5th hee saith hee was not present nor saw the buying of the said plate
or goods, not payment made for the same, nor knoweth of whom they were
bought, and saith hee was present ashore, and saw the said van lynen deliver
some of his said lynnen, hatts and other goods of his owne at a shopp in Santa domingo
which hee beleeveth were for trucke of some of the said goods [XX XXXX] [?soe] there
obtained for his account, and otherwise hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing
To the 6th hee cannot depose, but referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.
To the 7th negatively.
To the last hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
Repeated in theise foure claimes before both Judges in
Collonel Cocks chamber 25 Marti[X] 1659.
Joachim $ Stoll [MARKE, RH SIDE]