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The 27th of June 1660.

The claime of the said}
Claeson and others for the}
King David, Garret Johnson master}

Examined upon the foresayd allegation on the
behalfe of the claimers

1. 1um in A. 2.



Garret Johnsen Conincke of [?Enchuiisen
in North Holland mariner aged
35 yeares or thereabouts Master of the
sayd ship King David sworne and
examined sayth and deposeth as fo=
loweth videlicet./

To the first Article of the said Allegation he is not examined
by direction of the producent./

to the 2. Article he saith and deposeth that in the moneth
of ffebruary last past the said ship King David lying
neare Rochell within the Realme of ffrance, was
there laden by Mr Thevenier, Mr Pagez and Company
arlate with two hundred and fourty Tonnes of Barley
one hundred sackes of Meale, nineteen Bales of
Course Linen cloth and six and thirty Bales
of Paper, all to be delivered at Cadiz in Spaine to
the ffactors and Assignes of them the sayd Thevenier
Pagez and Company, and for their proper account, [?which]
he knoweth for that he being Master of the said
ship as aforesaid received the said goods aboard, and
signed bills of lading for them accordingly, And
further he cannot depose./

To the 3d Article he sayth and deposeth that the foresaid
Thevenier, Pagez and Company consigned the
said Barley, sacks of meale, and Bales of linen
cloth to be delivered at Cadiz aforesaid to Roderigo
and Gisberto Melz; and the said Bales of paer to
be there delivered unto Lorenzo Duclez; And he saith
that the Arlate Jacob Wallendale is commonly [?accomp=]
ted a Dutchman, and a subiect of
the states of the United Netherlands