HCA 13/76 f.83r Annotate
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and from thence they went to Royall, and thence after a day of two they
would to Brouage to take in salt and there did take in a Lading of salt
and stayd there about two or three weekes and XXX went XXXX the Cloyster
neere Sainte Martins and there stayd two dayes and then wen to Saint Martins
and there stayed but about an hower or an hower and halfe and then
sett saile with XXX wind for Ostend where they were bound and afterwards came
not neer Saint Martins. And saith that hee beeing one of the said ships Company
well knoweth that the said ship did not at Saint Martins or at any ?Island
XXXX XXXX that belonged to her carry or weare any Hollands Autient, Jack