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The 18th of Aprill 1659: [CENTRE HEADING]

The Claime of Jacomo Otto [?William] alias Jacob Tompsen}
and Bartholomew Guidier in the hope aforesaid}

Examined upon the said Allegation


Patrick Betts of Tower hill London
Mariner late Master of the ship the hope
aged 30 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and

To the first hee saith that about the middle of September
1657: the arlate Jacomo Otto went out in the said ship hope
from Amsterdam [?XXXXXXX] bound to the Spanish West Indyes and Carried out with him the said
voyage for his owne Account in Linnen and knives
and other things to a Considerable Vallue,
And the arlate William alias Jacob Tompson
the time aforesaid went out Carpenter of the said ship
the said voyage and Carried out with him in the said
ship for his owne Account a Parcell of Linnen, and pepper to a Considerable vallue,
And the arlate Bartholomew Guidier the time aforesaid
did goe out in the said ship as one of her Company, and
carried out with him in the said ship for his owne account
a parcell of pepper, and some knives, and Linnen amounting
as this Deponent beleeveth to about twenty pounds sterling
And all the said Partyes arrived with their said Goods in the
said ship at the said Spanish West Indias, The Premisses
hee deposeth being Master of the said ship, and goeing in that quality
from Amsterdam to the said Indias, and alsoe all the voyage
in question, and further cannot depose:/:

To the 2d hee saith that after the Arrivall of the said ship good[?s]
and Partyes in the said Spanish West Indias; The
said Partyes, Did (by Mr Lopez the Cheife Supra Cargoe of the
said ship) there barter away their said Outwards goods
and the said Mr Lopez, for and with the said outwards goods oof
the said Jacomo Otto, got and procured for him the said Jacomo
twelve Chests of Indico, marked with the first marke in the


margent, and alsoe Nine skinns of Indico without marks
and alsoe some Druggs which the said Otto put in his Sea Chest
And with the said goods Carried outward by the said William
alias Jacob Tompson, hee the said Lopez had and procured
for the said Tompson, thirty five Chests of Indico marked with


the second marke in the margent, And with the said goods
Carried out in the said ship, by the said Bartholomew Guideir
the said Mr Lopez had and procured for the said Guiadeir two
skinns of Indicoes without marks and one Chest of Indicoe


marked with the third marke in the margent, and after
the said providing of the said Goods as aforesaid they were
all really and truely laden on board the said ship hope