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The same day/:

Examined on the said Allegation/:


Paul Dalbis of Olon neere Rochell in
ffrance Mariner aged 30 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/.

To the 6th and 7th articles of the said Allegation hee saith that hee well
knoweth the arlate Jacomo Otto, William alias Jacob Thompson or
Tymison, and Bartholomew Guiadier, and soe hath done for
many yeeres namely the said Jacomo Otto for theise tenne
yeeres last, or thereabouts, and the said Thompson, or Tymison
for about six yeeres last, and the said Guiadier for fourteene
yeeres last or thereabouts. Which Guiadier hee saith is a ffrench
man native of Dearnene, in Brittany neere Brest, where
this Deponent knewe his ffather named Ivon Guiadier, and
alsoe knewe his Mother there, and there first became
acquainted with him, and knoweth him to be a subject of the
king of ffrance; And that hee first Came acquainted with
the said Otto, at Amsterdam, where hee hath lived for all the
time of this Deponents Knowledge of him with his wife and
family, but is Comonly reputed a Native of Hamburgh, And
the said Thompson or Tymison is of a Place neere Horne
in Holland where this Deponent hath bin at his house, and
saith thee is reputed a subject of the States of the United
Netherlands. And saith this deponent came to the knowledge
of and Acquaintance with them the said Otto and Thompson
being seamen, by having frequented the Port of
Amsterdam and used to sale thence [XXXXX] againe for
seaventeene or Eighteene yeeres last: And further cannot depose.

upon the rest not Examined as by Direction etcetera.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was Gunner of the Interrate
ship the Hope the voyage in question and came from
the West Indies to Milford Haven, and from thence in to
the River of Thames in her and is a Native of Olon
in ffrance, and is a Batchelor, and to the rest negatively
saving as aforesaid

To the second hee saith hee well knoweth that the said claimers had goods
aboard the said shipp for their owne proper accounts, this deponent seeing
them laded aboard in the West Indies, where they were produced for other
their outwards goods by John Lopez the Sopracargo, whom this deponent sawe give
them an account thereof, and otherwise hee cannot answer.

To the third hee saith hee continued in the said shipp Hope from the time
of her comming from the West Indies to the time of her comming into the
River of Thames, and thereby knoweth that the said claimers said
goods were aboard and came thether in her and soe into the hands of
the officers of this state.