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Harmen Brourman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
George Ireland of Rederiff in the County of Surry
mariner aged about 40 sworne before Rowland
Jennings Surrogate to the right worshipfull Sir Henry Marten Knight
Judge of his Majesties highe Courte of the Admiralty being examined
uppon certaine Interrogatories ministred to him on the behalfe of
Peter Jones and Company saieth and deposeth as followeth/
To the first hee saith that hee this examinate did very well knowe
the interrate shippe called the Saint Andrewe and saieth that shee
was in the yeare 1636 sett out from this porte of London uppon a voyage for
Binney and Ginney and hee
came to knowe her in going forth master of her that voyage and
for that hee as present when the Scotch Ginney Company
bought her or caused her to bee bought, and shee was a fflemish
built shippe And more to this Interrogatory hee deposeth not/
To the second hee saieth that the said shippe the Saint Andrewe
did at firste goe from Ginney to Saint Thoma by the direction of
the Cape Merchante of her called Mr Jerommey Van Leechfeild
to seeke for trade there which hee knoweth to bee true being
then master of the said shippe And more to this Interrogatory hee cannot
To the third hee saieth that the reason whie the said shippe the
Saint Andrewe returned backe for Ginney and Binny againe from
Saint Thoma aforesayd was as this examinate conceiveth for that they would
gett noe traffique or trade there at that tyme there being
noe sugar to lade the said shippe with And more to this interrogatory
hee cannot depose/
To the 4th hee saieth that since the said shippes returne from
Saint Thoma aforesaid for Ginney hee this examinate hath seene the said
shippe the Saint Andrew at Saint Thoma but howe or wherefore
shee came thither hee knoweth not, but hath heard shee came in
thither to seeke for trade And more to this interrogatory hee cannot
To the 5th hee saieth that if the wynde bee faire to bringe a
shipp from Binney or Ginney for London Saint Thoma is not [?only] of the
way there[?hene] And more hee deposeth not.