HCA 13/67 f.166r Silver IMG 117 07 1742 Annotate
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The fourth day of May 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
The Clayme of John Temmincke of Hamborough for}
his goods in the ship the Saint John Baptist whereof Jacob}
van Brooke is master taken by Captaine William Harman}
and Company in the shipp called the Thomas whereof}
the said William Harman is Commander. Smith}
Jacob Van: Brooke of the Citty of Hamborough
Marriner and master of the said shipp the Saint John Baptist aged
40 yeares or thereabouts sworne and Examined
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That hee this
Deponent well knoweth the arlate John Temmincke and hath soe done by
the space of theise twenty yeares last past and upwards
dureing all which tyme hee the said John Temminck hath bene and
at present is a Merchant of good Esteeme and quality in Hamborough from
whence within these twelve monethes last past of this deponents knowledge hee
hath used to trade french Commodityes and to that purpose hath his factor[?s]
or correspondents there resident And for such a person and soe tradeing
hee the said John Temincke was and is comonly accompted and reputed
which hee knoweth because hee this deponent within the said space of theise 12
moneths last past hath by the said producent bin imployed with the
ship the Saint John Baptist whereof hee is master from Hamborough
into ffrance upon a tradeing voyage and hath allsoe knowne both this yeare and
severall other yeares past severall other ships from tyme to tyme imployed
by the said Temmincke from Hamborow into ffrance, which have carryed
goods thither and from thence brought the proceede thereof to Hamborough from his
the said Temmincks correspondents at Bayon and other places in ffrance. And
further saveing his followeing deposition hee saith hee cannot depose