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the Commission of Captaine Peter Sabla who seized the said shipp, and of
the ?commission or ?baile given in when obtaining the same,
the said Greffier or Registrar caused the copie thereof to be made, and
beingsigned as ?such ?it ?is in the presence of this deponent and of his said XXXX and then delivered it to this deponent, and this deponent having soe
received it, hee in presence of his said contest compared it (being the copie now by
him left beginning, Leopold Guiallaume par la Grace da Dieu etcetera) with the
originall thereof remaining in a booke in the said office or Registrrie and found it to agree
with the said originall, and saith the said two copies were and are true copies
of the said originalls, And having soe compared the said copies with the
said originalls, this deponent brought them from Ostend in company of
his said contest to fflushing, Where accompanied with Cryn Cryuson
they went to the writing office or shopp of Abraham huyssons, Notary
living in fflushing, and there the said Cryn Cryson besp?eaking a copie
of the sale of the said shipp, the said huyssons himselfe in their presence
transcribed the copie (now also left by him, beginning Op hyden den xij
January 1659 etcetera) and having in their presence signed the same, hee delivered
in for a true copie, and then this deponent in presence of his said contest compared
the same with the booke of ?entries of the said notary and found it to agree
with the same, and from thence hee saith this deponent brought the
said three copies to this citie, in companie of his said contest, who is
one of the company of a vessell whereof this deponent is master. And
further hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories CENTRE HEADING
To the first hee saith hee is a native of Armarij in Zealand, and hath dwelt
in fflushing above thirtie yeares last and is a mariner by profession, and
hath used that imployment for the said time, and saith hee hath knowne
the producent John Williamson three or foure yeeres last, but knoweth noe James
Cocke; and that hee favoureth and wisheth the victory according to right.
To the second negatively for his part and otherwise cannot answer.
To the third hee saith that about eight or nine weekes since this deponent
going from LOndon homewards went aboard the shipp in question lying then in the
River of Quinboro, and otherwise negatively.
To the 4 hee cannot answer, saving as aforesaid.
To the 5 and 6 hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and cannot
Gerdbrant Janse?z [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day.
Examined upon the foresaid allegation.
Jacob Tartman of fflushing Mariner, aged 26 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first article hee saith that there hath bin the time arlate and
is warr and open hostilitie betweane England and Spaine and the
respective subiects of those nations.
To the second and third articles hee saith that about five weekes since
hee this deponent going with his precontest Gerbrand Janson to Ostend
to the office of the Admiraltie therof, did there
see his said precontest compare a copie being as hee beleeveth the copie left by his precontest and ?nowe to be
sh?owed unto him beginning Copia vera, Wy da Rochters et cetera with a writing in a booke which was ?said the originall
thereof remaining in the said ?office in the custodie of the Registrar or
Greffier there, and his said XXXX XXXXXX found it to agree therewith and to be a true copia thereof