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(as hee taketh it) about an hundred barrells, and saith it istrue that there was [?one GUTTER]
voyage made with the said new made shallop to the maine coast to fetch meate
hides and the said wood and some other things to the said shipp the Saint Mary, but that
having donne, the said shallop was sold as aforesaid to the Spaniards,
by the said Captaine, about two monthes or six weekes before the said
shipp the Marias cooming thence. And otherwise referreth him selfe to his
foregoeing deposition.

To the 18th hee saith the said shallop was in the said voyage to the terra firma
manned by Spaniards and was sent by the said Captaine, and the said Spanish
master went as merchant thereof, and saving his foregoeing deposition
cannot further answer.

To the 19 hee saith hee did not see any of the bills interrogated that hee
knoweth of, nor knoweth of the signing of any, And otherwise hee cannot

To the 20th hee saith hee did not sea any of the papers that were
in the said bagg, that was soe as aforesaid throwne over board, but
saw the said Spanish flagg as such times as it was spread and put out
upon the said shipp as aforesaid, but saw not the putting thereof into the
said sacke or bagg. And otherwise cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 21th hee referreth him selfe to his foregoeing deposition, and cannot
further answer.

To the 22th hee saith hee did not knowe the said John Mollar till
such this deponent, shipping to serve in the said shipp as aforesaid,
and saith the said Mollar is commonly accounted a hamburger
borne, and this deponent never knew him living in Spaine
And saith hee the said Mollar went and was Sopracargo of the
said shipp the said voyage, And hee yeeldeth reasons of his
knowledge in all things as aforesaid. And further hee cannot
as hee saith answer.



The said Andreas Petersson examined upon the allegation given
in on his highneses behalfe the 13th instant. [INDENTED TO RIGHT]

To the first hee saith there were caried in the said shipp from Amsterdam
the said voyage to Santa Domingo a parcell of tarr but the quantitie hee
knoweth not, and alsoe a parcell of iron, whereof hee alsoe knoweth not the
quantitie, and alsoe the materialls and rigging of a shallop or vessell of
eight or nine tunns or thereabouts, which materialls and rigging hee saith were put together
and the said shallop thereof made and rigged on Santa Domingo after the
said shipp the Santa Maria her said arivall there, and being soe made the [XXX GUTTER]
(aXXXX] a [XXXX] hereafter mentioned [XXXXX] [?the XXXXXth]) was there sold by the said Spanish Captaine to one or more Spaniards,
and the said tarr and [XXXXa] were landed there, and left there, but
whether sold or not hee knoweth not. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second hee saith there were severall pipes of Canarie wine[X GUTTER]
carried the said voyage from Santa Cruse to Santa Domingo, which were lade[?d GUTTER]
by the said Spanish Captaine, and by him sold alsoe at Santa Domingo
(which is in the king of Spaines dominion) to Spaniards, which hee