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moneth before the said lading of them, and saith that hee bought them
with and for money, but cannot now remember for how much or of
whom hee bought them, only hee saith hee at harlem paid for
part of his goods being Muscovia linnen yarne worth about [?an ?hundred GUTTER]
gilders worth or more of ribbening, And further cannot answer.
To the ninth hee saith that the Owners of the said
ship are as hee hath before declare, but hee doth
not knowe the share of any of them in the said ship
nor was present at the buying or paying for the same [?but GUTTER]
hee well knoweth that the present Owners of the said
ship, are all Hollanders and Subiects of the Lords the
States of the United Netherlands and otherwise hee
cannot Answer as hee saith./.
To the Tenth hee saith the Goods in the said ship were
to be Carried to, and delivered at Cadiz, to which place
the said Ship was bound, and the said Goods were
to be delivered to Dutch men there residing or there [?XXX GUTTER],
saving the goods of such merchants that
went Passengers in the said ship, who hee saith at
Cadiz were to receive, and dispose of their Goods there
and further hee cannot Answer./.
To the Eleventh hee referreth himselfe to his former
deposition. And otherwise hee cannot answer, saving [?hee GUTTER]
beleeveth that noe Spaniard or Spanish [?Subiect GUTTER]
was to receive sell or dispose of any of the said [?goods GUTTER]
soe laden on board the said ships
To the 12th hee saith the said Skipper hath an [?Interest GUTTER]
in the said Shipp as being a Part Owner as [?aforesaid GUTTER]
and hath alsoe as this Deponent hath heard harlem Stuffs and Sayes
for his owne account, but what quantity hee knoweth
not, and that his Contest [?Rochas] vander [?maes] [?hath GUTTER]
this Deponent hath heard himselfe) alsoe Linnen and
harlem-Stuffs on board the said shipp for his Account, but hee knoweth
not how much as hee saith, nor hath hee
this Deponent any interest in the ship, but hath Goods
in her as hee hath before declared referring himselfe
to his foregoeing deposition and otherwise cannot Answer.
To the 13th hee saith hee cannot sett downe ore [?remember GUTTER]
each Particular Person that hath goods in the said shipp
nor the Quantity that each person hath and otherwise
as aforesaid hee cannot Answer./.
To the 14th hee saith that there hath not bin any goods [?neither GUTTER]
unladed or taken out of the said shipp after her
settinmg saile from Amsterdam, and before her being
at Plimouth, saving the said Trunck and bedding of the
passenger before mentioned:/.