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Interria ministrat et ministrand ex parte et per partem Illustris
sini principis Jacobi DXXX Eboras et Albanne xr Dm : mag in
Admiralli Angli testis, quibustung, ex parte et per partem
MXXthatlis dreist, Samuelis Poplot et seriord quoad Navem the
Nativity, of Johis Eastman et al pro bonis in eadem seizit pro
durt, sen producend sequirit.

1. Let every wittnesse bee asked whether hee was in the shippe
the Nativity when shee began her last voyage and from
What port was shee sett out when she was bound for Oporto Port
and what Lading did shee carry thither and to whence was itt
Delivered, And howe long hath the said wittnesse belonged to
The said shippe, and what Office had hee in her, Ad interr
Con:m et dX:m ar de quolibet

2. I :m interrr, Whether was hee in the shippe, when shee was seized
(as is prtended) by one Captaine ?Colarte, and was hee alsoe in the said
Shippe, when shee was stayed neere ffalmouth, or howe long
Since, and att or neere what place did hee leave the said shippe
And lett him declare upon his Oath when and whenre hee last sawe
The said shippe and howe hee doth knowe her to bee the same
That belonged (as is pretended) to Michael ?Alweist, Samuel RXXXX
And Company, And lett itt bee done as above.

3. Lett him bee asked, whether hee the said witnesse had any parte
Or share in the said shippe the Nativity or in any part of the
Goods or lading, and whether Michael Dweist a witnesse pro
duced in this Cause bee the same partie where in this Cause
is a Clayment of parte of the shippe Et fiat ut sup:r

4. Itmm: interr. When had the Claymers or the wittnesse first
Notice that the shippe Nativity was stayed neere ffalmouth
Howe long time was there betweene the seizure made by Colarte
And the saty of the said shippe made neere ffalmouth and
Whether in that time, was nott the said shippe used and imploy
ed as a shippe of Warre by those that had her then in possession
And whether one Michell and his Company did nott with the
Said shippe Nativity take and seize some other shippes and
Goods, and XXXX many shippes and what sorts or quantities of
Goods Et fiat at sup:X

5. Itmm: interr. Howe sooth hee knowe that the said Michael
Dweist and the other Clayments are Owners of the said shippe
Did they build itt, or buy itt, When and where was itt bought
and paid for, Is the wittnesse in the cause a witnesse to the
Bill of sale made of the said shippe or was p:rsent att the
Buying, or howe else doth hee knowe the Propreto:rs. Ex parte
His Reason. Et fiat ut supra