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That the said Peter Jansen Callice in or about the moneths of March and
Aprill last past ffreighted from Tunning the said shipp the ffoure
brothers, upon a voyage to the Belt there to take in a ladeing of wood for the
accompt of the said Callice And so much the said Peter Stints about Whitsuntide
last comeing over land from the Belt to Tunning there acquainted this deponent, And
otherwise saving his following deposition hee saith hee cannot depose:/

To the second hee saith, That the said Peter Stint then and there also acquainted
this deponent That the ladeing of wood and timber Which hee was to take in for the
said Peter Jansen Callice his accompt, consisted in eleaven great balkes
seaven peeces of Timber called knees, and oe greate peece of timber for the stemm of
a shipp; but whether hee was to transport or where to deliver the same, this
deponent knoweth not. And further cannot depose:-/

To the third hee saith, hee hath Credibly heard That the said shipp and her
ladeing are taken by the English and brought into the River of Thames And
further cannot depose:-/

To the 4:th hee saith, That the said Andrew Lunicke and Companie Owners of the
said shipp the foure Brothers were and are all of them Burghers of Tunning, and
Subjects of the Duke of Holsteyn, and for such commonly accompted reputed
and taken, and the said Peter Jansen Callice was and is a Burgher of
ffrederickstadt in Holsteyn, and a Subject also of the said Duke, and for such
Commonly accompted. And saith there is a free Vommerce peace and
Amity betweene the said Duke and this Commonwealth. The premisses hee knoweth
being a Burgher of Tunning aforesaid, and well acquainted with the persons
predeposed. And further cannot depose:-

To the Crosse Interrogatories:-

To the first negatively, And otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the second hee saith, That hee hath knowne the said Andrew [?Lunick] and
the rest of the said Owners constantly dwelling at Tunning aforesaid for 10 yeares
last past and upwards, And otherwise cannot depose./:-

To the third hee saith hee saw no moneys paid for the said shipp, And otherwise
cannot depose, saving hee hath knowne her belonging to the Port of Tunning for
eight or nine yeares last past./

To the fourth, hee saith hee hath Credibly heard That the said Peter Jansen
Callice did buy and pay for the Tymber now Claymed, but this deponent saw
no moneys paid for the same, And otherwise saving his foregoing deposition hee
saith hee canot depose:-/

To the 5.th and 6th hee cannot depose:-/


Repeated before the Judges of Admiraltie:-