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The same day:

Examined on the said Allegation:/:


Marie De Vos the wife of the foresaid Jan de Vos
aged 43 yeeres or thereabouts: sworne and Examined

To the thirteenth article of the said Allegation (upon which alone shee is
by Direction of Mr Smith Examined/ Shee saith and deposeth: that
shee this Deponent hath well knowne the arlate John Tilly for about
twenty yeeres last. and the said John Tilly for about Nine or
Tenne yeeres last hath lived and resided at Amsterdam as
a Merchant Stranger, and for about tenne yeeres before
the said Tilly lived at Dover here in England where this
Deponent first knewe him, and there the said Tilly his Mother
lived with the said Tilly for many yeeres who was an
Irish woman; and Could speake noe other Language then Irish
And the said John Tilly is Commonly accomted an Irishman
by Birth. and is a subject of this Comonwealth; The Premisses
shee deposeth for that shee Lived at Dover, neere to the house
where the said John Tilly there lived for the space of about
tenne yeeres, and hath alsoe very often bin at the house where
the said John Tilly lives at Amsterdam; And further cannot depose

To the Interrogatories./.[CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1st shee saith shee knoweth not the ship the hope Interrate
And saith shee this Deponent was borne in Amsterdam, and is married
to her Precontest Jan de Vos, and for theise tenne yeeres last
hath lived in Middleborow, Amsterdam and London and to the rest

To the second shee hath not soe deposed:/;

To the 3d shee cannot Answer/:

To the 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th shee hath not soe deposed./:

To the 9th shee saith shee saw the said John Tilly last at Amsterdam
about three monethes since, and further saving her foregoeing
deposition shee cannot Answer:

To the 10th and 11th shee cannot Answer/

To the 12th shee saith shee knoweth not where the Interrate Chanter[XXl]
was borne and to the rest negatively./.

To the 13th and 14th shee hath not soe deposed../.

To the 15th she cannot Answer./.

To the 16th and 17th shee hath not soe Deposed./.

Repeated with her precontest
before doctor Godolphin.

marie de vos [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]