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To the 14th hee saith that the said Thomas Newman
and Isaac Taylor were Comanded at Battavia to appeare
before John Mart ?Sijyler Generall of the Dutch East
India Company at Battava (sic), and further cannot depose.

To the 15th and 16th hee cannot depose being then dangerously
sick, and was carried out of the said ship Bantam ffrigot
to a house in Battavia where hee lay sick about
five weekes.

To the 17th and 18th hee saith that the said ship the Bantam ffrigot
was detained and hindered by the said Van Voozst
and the Generalll of Battavia, and their order, from
the Eleventh of October 1657: or thereabouts
untill the tenth of December following, and then
the said Ship set saile from Batavia for Europe
with such Pepper as shee had taken in before the said
11th of October, shee not being permitted to take in
any goods whatsoever afterwards in those parts that
this deponent knoweth of, and further cannot depose
saving as aforesaid:/:

To the 19th hee cannot depose:/:

To the 20th hee saith that the said Bantam ffrigot
was when she was in the parts aforesaid of the
Burthen of about Two hundred and tenne Tonns
and as many Tonne of pepper hee beleeveth shee
would have brought for Europe the said Voyage; had shee
not bin hindred interrupted and detained as aforesaid. and further
cannot depose:

To the 21th hee saith the said ship the Bantam ffrigot
after her Departure from Battavia, sayled to Leghorne
and there safely arrived on or about the 18th day
of August 1658: and there her said pepper taken in
at Indra Ponza was delivered. but howe many
Tonns the same amounted to hee knoweth not, and saith
hee this deponent was upon the departure of the said ship Bantam
ffrigot brought from shore on board her, and Carried
in her to Leghorne and further cannot depose:

To the 22th 23th 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th and 29th hee saith hee
cannot depose thereto saving as aforesaid, and saving
that the said Sir John Dethick Knight, and the reste of
the said Owners: and Imployers of the said ship, have suffered
great Losse and dammage by meanes of the premisses
but saith hee cannot estimate the same,:

To the 20th hee saith that whilest the said Shipp the Bantam
ffrigat was upon the said Coast of Sumatra, the Voyage in question
and during all the space the Dutch as aforesaid had her in [?her GUTTER]