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Super Interrys in praepario Examinatus



Sven Rasmusond MasterLand in Suecia Navarchus dicte
navis annos agens 50:to aut circiter testis productus et Juratus
dicit et deponit prout sequitur.

Ad j:um 2 et reliqua Interria deponit that hee will knoweth the
Interrate shipp Saint Peter,and hath sailed in and bin Master of her for
one yeere last past, during all which time she hath
belonged to Masterland in Sweden, and to subjects of the said King,
And saith his owners and their parts are as followeth videlicet. Hance
Croosen of Masterland owner of one eigth part. Hance Martinson of
Stockholme of an Eighth part, Olock Tromon of Stockholme of an Eighth
part John ffrick of Stockholme also of an Eighth part, and this deponent
of the other halfe part of the said shipp, all subjects and natives
of his Majesty of Sweden, and Eminent Burgers of the Cities of
Masterland and Stockholme And saith that the foresaid Crooson is
a native and an Alderman of the City of Masterland aforesaid, and the
other three are Burgers natives and Inhabitants of the City of
Stockholme and for and as such commonly accounted. And
saith the said shipp was about a yeare since built at
Masterland, by order of this deponent on behalfe of himselfe and the
rest of the foresaid owners. And saith that the said ship hath made
three voyages since her building. The ffirst was from ottenborow
in Sweden to Hamborow with Iron, Pitch, and deales, and from thence to Masterland
with salt. The second was from Masterland with Herrings to
Stockholme, and there this deponent tooke in a lading of Pitch, tarr,
Iron and some Dealeboards, for and to bee delivered at this
city of London to Charles Marisco a merchant here, And saith the
same were laded at Stockholme by Jacob Mumma, Abraham
Mumms, Abraham Verusen all Inhabitants in and Burgers
of Stockholme, for their owne account consigned to and to bee delivered the foresaid
Charles Marisco, and the quantities and qualities were as followeth twenty thhree
lasts of tarr, twenty lasts of pitch, ffive hundred shipp pounds
of Iron. Every shipp pound conteining three hundred weight of Iron
and ffive hundred Deales being his whole shipps lading. And
saith noe part of his lading belongeth to any of the subjects of
the ffrench King or King of Denmark or any in Enmity with this
Crowne. And saith that there was noe ffrench Dutch or Danish
ffactor or supra Cargo aboard his said ship the foresaid voyages
or the voyage in question where in hee was seized. And at seizure
of the said shipp he saith hee had with himselfe and his Company
consisted of Eight mariners all natives of and hired by this deponent
at Masterland in Sweden aforesd, and subjects of the said King. Nor did [?any] ever
live in any of the Dominions or territoryes of the ffrench King Dane or
States of the United Provinces. And saith that the papers and writings at
the said shipp were delivered to the Captaine of the ffanfan who [?seized ?him ?XXXX ?leagues]
off of Yarmouth as he was comming with his said ship and lading to
London, and afterwards the said shipp was sent up into the river of Thames
and is there now remaining. And saith there was noe papers or
writings burnt, torne, concealed or any wayes made away. And saith