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shipp (wherof this deponent then was and now is Master) two Cases of
divers stuffes in the same severally marked with the marke in the margent
for his the said Abraham van Luffell his proper accompt and Adventure
And the said Abraham van Luffell and Lewis du Bois at or about the
the time aforesaid caused to be laden and putt on board the said shipp eight horses
and three hundred bundles of pipestaves for the joynt accompt and adventure
of the sid producents, to be transported in the said shipp the Saint Mary of
Hamborough to Lisbone in Portugall and there to be delivered to one
Peter Hassche and Martin Beuerbergh their Agents or Correspondents there for their respc
tive accompts. And saith That the said Abraham Luffell at the
time of the ladeing of the said two Cases of stuffes and before and till the
present was and is the true and lawfull Owner and Proprietor of the
same and for such commonly accompted and taken And the said
Abraham van Luffell and Lewis du Bois at the said time of ladeing
were and now are the true and lawfull Proprietors of the said eight
horses and three hundred bundles of pipestaves, and so commonly accompted
and reputed. The premisses hee well knoweth for the reasons predeposed
And further cannot depose:-/

To the seaventh and eighth articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth
That after the lading of the said two Cases with stuffes, and the said
eight horses, and three hundred bundles of pipestaves, as aforesaid that
this deponent signed and firmed three bills of ladeing of one one and the
same tenor for the respective parcells of Merchandizes aforesaid, videlicet for each of
the two Cases three bills of ladeing, and for the said eight horse and the
pipestaves three bills of ladeing; one of which severall and respective bills
of ladeing, that is to say three bills of lading this deponent did bring with him
from Hamborough in the said shipp, which said bills of ladeing together with
othe papers and documents concerning the said shipp and her lading
remained on board the said shipp the Saint Mary, at such time as shee was
surprized and taken, And saith That the bills of ladeing allegate, and now shewne
unto this examinate were and are the three bills of ladeing brought by
this deponent in his said shipp from Hamborough, and saith that the said
bills of ladeing at or about the dates thereof were severally signed and
firmed by this deponent at Hamborough, and were and are reall and true
and so had and done as therein is expressed and contained. Which hee well
knoweth for the reasons premised, being Master of the said shipp. And further
cannot depose:/

To the 9th and 10th hee saith and deposeth, That after the ladeing of the
goods and Merchandizes predeposed, videlicet in or about the moneth of
Aprill last past thsi deponent sett sayle out of the River of the Elve
towards Lisbone with the said shipp and her ladeing aforesaid, and about