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Cock went directly with the said Lading from Rotterdam to Glascoe
And saith that the Hope went from Rotterdam about six weekes
before the Cock came thither. but what her Lading was hee knoweth
not shee being alsoe unloaden at Glascoe or thereabouts before
the Cock arrived there. And saith that the Lading which ws put on
board the Cock at Glascoe, (which was the Lading that was seized in
her Consisted in ffive hogsheads of Tallowe seaven lasts and
seaven barrells of herrings and two and fforty Caskes of
Butter, and the hopes lading consisted of Herrings butter and
Salmon, and further saving his foregoeing Deposition to which
hee referreth hee cannot depose./:

To the 5.th hee saith hee doth not knowe or beleeve that either
the said Thompson or Hart had any share in the said ships
or either of the said Ladings; and further saving as aforesaid
cannot answere./:

To the 6.th hee saith hee doth not knowe ffrederick Hamilton
Interrate nor who bought the foresaid Deales and otherwise canot

To the 7.th hee saith hee cannot answer thereto, hee never being
present when the said Browne Examined either the said Hart
or Thompson/ or hearing the said Browne speake words to
the effect Interrate./:

Repeated before Doctor Zouch the Judge./:

Alexander keir [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


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

Touching the hope aforesaid}
[GUTTER ?henry] Hart Master}

Examined upon the said Allegation./:

Rp. (4.us

James Ker of Glascoe in Scotland
Merchant aged 22 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined./:

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith hee well knoweth
the ship the Hope. arlate whereof henry Hart was master) and
soe hath done for about foure yeeres last during all which space
shee hath belonged to Glascoe, and saith that James Bogle
John Wathinshawe ffrederick Hamilton, Robert Ray, Robert
Anderson, Robert [?Kinnin], Hugh Benny and Thomas knox and John
Cauldwall all Merchants and Inhabitants of Glascoe (except Thomas
Knox who lives sometimes there, but most commonly at Burrow[?stones]
in Scotland.) all well knowne to this Deponent ) were the true and
lawfull Owners and setters forth of the said ship the Hope the
Voyage wherein shee was taken as hereafter is mentioned And
saith that the Parties aforenamed (except the said Benny and
Knox) together with one Robert Mackuer a Scotchman living at G{l}ascoe
were the Owners of the said Ship; from about foure yeeres and a
halfe since untill about 18 months since about which time the said Mackuer sold his Part (being an 8th)
to the said Benny and Knox, and ever since, they the said Benny and Knox, and the Rest of the