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Ireland) had a rugg to sell, the said ffrenchman made answer and said in
the English tongue, a pox take the master (speaking of the said Wingaerts)
for a rogue, for wee had time enough when wee were on the coast of
England, but when wee came to Ireland wee had not time to buy soe
much as a paire of stockings, much lesse a rugg, or to that effect
And further saith that the said Wingaerts comming with his said shipp and lading
from Ireland too late for the [?lent] market and for the Gallions, lost the
oportunitie of a good maarket, and soe John Hamilton the Supra cargo
was necessitated to sell some of the said lading as hee could finde [?XXXX GUTTER]
and that the commannder of the lionesse bought a small quantitie
of the Golden Suns beef, butter and herings and candles, that which this deponent (as hee saith)
never saw better, and saith that if the said shipp had arived with her
said lading in the bay of Cadiz avout two monethes sooner then shee did
her commodities (as it was there commonly reported and said)
would have sold at very high rates, there being then greate want
thereof in those parts. And further hee deposeth not.

Repetit coram doctor Exton [?surrogate]

Roger halden [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 21th of September 1660. [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the foresaid allegation.

Rp. 3.

Roger Halden of Amsterdam Mariner aged 44 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee well knowerg the
shipp the Golden Sun of Amsterdam and Adolph Wingaerts the master
thereof, and that teh said shipp in or about the beginning of May last (old stile)
came and arived in the Bay of Cadiz where this deponent then was in
the shipp the Golden Lionesse of Amsterdam whereof hee was and still is
Commannder, and that soone after such arivall of the Golden Sun
this deponent had speech with the said Winegaerts and understood from him
that hee with his said vessell went from Amsterdam to Ireland and
came from Ireland to the said Bay with a cargo of beef, herring, [?XXX GUTTER]
butter and other goods taken in at Ireland to be vended and disposed of
on the coast of Spaine, and saith that the said goods were long [?expected GUTTER]
on the bay of Cadiz by henry [?Welky] a factor there while there was a
goo market for them, which was in lent and before the Gallions bound
for the West Indies were furnished, but the said Wingaerts when hee [?came GUTTER]
excused his late comming and pretended to be hindered by contrary winde
Howbeit this deponent having occasion to goe a little out of the bay with
his shipp, borrowed some of the Golden Suns men, whom hee was
told and informed (in discourse about the late arivall of the Golden Sun)
that the said Wingaerts had spent much time in loitering and that being come neere the
Ile of Wight hee retourned
into the downes, whereas abother shipp that was in his company bound
for Ireland, plied her course and came into Ireland long before him, and
hee dispatched her busines there when the said Wingaerts (who had stayed
about a moneth in the downes) came thither, And further that whereas
hee was bound for dublin, hee when hee afterwards came on the coast
of Ireland with a faire winde for dublin, went into Waterford
to keep company with a shipp that came with him from the downes
and was bound for Waterford. And saith that afterwards upon retourne
into the Bay, this deponent went aboard the said shipp the Golden Sun
to buy some provisions, and did buy some of her beef, butter, herrings