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goods, namely fourty seaven of her sacks
of meale, or thereabouts; severall Bales of her
paper; and also severall bales of her linnen cloth
this deponent seeing severall of the said goods brought
aboard the said frigot, whilest he so continued
prisoner in her: Besides he sayth they tooke away
severall of the said ships ropes and cordage; and seaverall
cheeses, which were of the ships proivisions, two hogs
heads of wine; and shot away and spent one hundred and twenty pounds
weight of her pouder, and tooke away other goods. And further
deposeth not./

To the last he sayth his foregoing deposition is

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first he sayth he is owner of one
sixteenth part of the said ship, but hath no share
nor interest in any of the foresaid goods so laden
aboard her; and otherwise saving his foregoing
deposition, he answereth not./

To the 2nd he sayth that the said ship was to have
livered out her said lading at Cadiz as aforesaid
and there this Deponent was to have received the
freight for the same; And otherwise referreth
himselfe to his foregoing Deposition; and saveing
the same cannot further answer./

To the last he sayth hee cannot answer otherwise
then as aforesaid the said ship being as aforesaid
seized at soe great a distance from Cadiz./

Repetit coram duo Judicante.
Gerrit Jansen Coninck [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 29 of June 1660.
Examined upon the aforesaid allegation. [CENTRE HEADING]

Jacob van Wallendal dwelling at Rochell Merchant
aged 35 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the second third and fourth articles of the said allegation upon
which above is by direction of the producent examined, hee saith
and deposeth That the shipp the King David ariving before Saint
Martins neere Rochell in or about November last was by the frost and
Ice hindred from taking in her lading till ffebruary following, in which
moneth shee was there laded by the producents Monsieur Thevanien and
Monsieur Pagez in company with this deponent and the arlate Henry
Tersanitten with two hundred and fourtie tonnes of barley, one
hundred sacks of meale, nineteene bales of course linnen cloth
and six and thirtie bales of paper, all to be delivered at Cadiz