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To the tenth hee saith there were not any bills of lading signed of
severall tenors for the selfe same goods, nor any other signed than as
aforesaid, referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition. And otherwise negatively
saving as aforesaid/

To the 11th hee saith that hollanders are not free to trade in the Spanish
West Indieas (unlesse they get license from the governour of the place)
but trade there upon their owne hazard and r[?aisigo], and that this deponent
had not any l;icense there to trade in writing, but the President for a
summe of money gave way and suffered such trade of the aid shipp there.
And further hee answereth not saving as aforesaid.

To the 12th Interrogatori[?a] hee knoweth the interrogated hector Petersson
Gilbert Schouten, Nicholas Bleau[?helauX], William Mommam [?Martin]
ffransen vanden, [SXXXX] aforesaid of Amsterdam and Michaell Engels, daniell
Collins, and hendrick Momma of hamborow and saith that theyas
aforesaid are owners of the said shipp with the said [?schipper], and [?soe were]
owners of her as aforesaid, and otherwise hee cannot answer saving as

To the last hee saith that hee sawe the payment of the moneys fror the said
outwards goods by the said Philip van hulten, and saw the repayment
of part thereof the other the said claimers to him for their shares, and the said Phillip
soe paid to the shop keepers and others of whom hee bought the said goods
And otherwise negatviely referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.

To the further Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee hee was borne at hamborow, and is a subiect of
that free state, but hath lived for the most of his time in
Amsterdam and elsewhere in holland, and saith hee hath noe interest in the
said shipp, nor in the goods claimed in this cause, but hath had plate and
goods aboard, for his owne account for which hee hath a particular clai[?me GUTTER]
and are noe part of the goods here claimed in this cause, and saith hee
hath formerly bin servant to the said van hulten, but now doth his owne
busines, and acts not for him or other but upon commission and to [XXX GUTTER]
satisffaction therefore, and otherwise negatively.

To the second hee saith that hee departed from Tol[XXX[ about th[e XXX GUTTER]
of March last (hollands stile) and that none of the shipps company came
along with him, and saith that hee saw not any of the shipps company [?come GUTTER]
along with him, and saith that hee saw not any of the tobaccos, hides. and
goods of the said shipp there sold, but Mr Aldworth the English
agent there acknowledged and said to this deponent that hee had sold [XXX GUTTER]
a thousand of the hides of the said shipp, whereof hee had given [XX GUTTER]
(as hee said) to my lord Protector, and hee beleeveth that Peter G[XXX GUTTER]
a merchant there, factor of the said Mr Aldworth also sold some of
the said shipps hides, because this deponent heard soe much, And
further hee cannot answer.

see his answer to the Interrogatories in the third place
in the second leafe following. B.


The said John Moller examined alsoe upon the
allegation given in in the cause of the Lord Protector[?s GUTTER]
the said shipp.

To thye first hee saith that after such bringing of the said shipp in[?rto GUTTER]
Tholon, the said Captaine Stokes turned out the master and company
thereof, and would not permit any of them to stay therein, nor [XXX GUTTER]
come againe aboard the Saint Mary to look after her and her goods, [XX GUTTER]
the said Captaine Stokes put others into possession of her and of her
lading, and after that there were hides and goods disposed by [XX GUTTER]
or Mr Aldworth as hereafter followeth, And further hee cannot depose

To the second hee saith that the said Captaine Stokes having after[XXX GUTTER