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The 22.th of June 1660./. [CENTRE HEADING]

On behalfe of Andersons et cetera touching}
the Golden Cock aforesayd}

Examined on the foresaid Allegation./:

Rp. 2dus.

Alexander Keir of Burroughston[?e GUTTER]
neere Edenborowe in Scotland [?Mariner GUTTER]
aged about 19 yeeres, sworne and

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith that hee
hath belonged to the arlate ship the Golden Cock for about
a yeere last, the greatest part of which time shee hath belonged to
Glascoe, And saith hee well knoweth the arlate John Anderson
and Ninian Anderson, and alsoe James Kerr, and well
knoweth that the said Ninian Anderson bought the said
ship for himselfe, and the said John Anderson and James Kerr the latter end of July or beginning of
August last past at Rotterdam, shee then lying there
and this Deponent being one of her Company, And having
soe bought her sent her, under the Conduct of the arlate
Robert Thomson, and Company (whereof this Deponent was one)
to Glascoe, And saith that from the said time of bringing
the said Ship the said Andersons and Kerr have been[?e GUTTER]
Commonly accomted and reputed the Owners of her
and her tackle and furniture And further Deposeth not.

To the 2.d hee saith that after the said Ship was brought
to Glascoe as aforesaid namely in the moneth of
September Last there was a Lading of Tallowe
Butter and herring put on board the said ship by the
said Andersons and Kerr who often came on board
the said Ship, and to the Ships side, to see the Lading
put onboard her, And they ordered the said Thompson
to carry the said Lading to Burdeaux telling him in
this Deponents hearing (who then alsoe belonged to the said Ship)
that a man would receive his Lading there of him
and would lade the ship with wines, which hee was to
bring to Glascoe, And saith that hee verily beleeveth
and is perswaded in his Conscience that the said Andersons
and Kerr were the true and lawfull Owners of the
said Lading of Tallowe Butter and herrings, and that
the same were to be carried to Burdeaux and there
vended and bartered for wines, and the same to be
brought in the said Ship to Glascoe upon their Accomt
and Adventure, And further hee cannot Depose, saving
hee saith that John Anderson gave amongst this Deponents Company
twenty shillings to Drinck after the Ship was Laden, and before shee
went from Glascoe:/: