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the sayd Tarr and deales were bought of one Peter Bulgen of Norway
who receaved of this deponent sixe hundred and fifty Rixe dollers for the
same in the presence of the sayd Kilpatrick And further hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee saith that hee was present in holland and sawe the Interrogate
John Marquen buy the barrs of Iron predeposed of, but remembreth not the name
of the man of whome the same Iron was bought, but saith hee dwelleth in a
place in Rotterdam called the Wyne haven , and that hee alsoe sawe him buy
the tarr tackle predeposed, which he bought of one John Currerrey living
alsoe in Rotterdam And saith that the sayd Currerrey told this deponent
that the sayd Marquen had signed a bill to him to receive money for the
same tackle of one Thomas Woodhead who was indebted to the sayd
Marquen And further hee cannot depose./

Richard Falconer [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated the 10th of 8ber 1653 before doctor Clarke
and doctor Godolphin


In the Clayme of Boll and others for the shipp the}
Noahs Arke foresayd}

The sayd Alexander Allen
upon Interrogatories./

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee wsa in the shipp the
Noahs Arke Interrate both when shee began her voyage from Borostones
Interrate to Norway and when shee was taken and seized by the Holland Man of
warr predeposed, which man of warr then was in the Imediate service of
the States generall of the United Provinces and noe Caper or private man of warr
and saith that the Noahs Arke was seized by him in the moneth of May last
but what day of the moneth hee knoweth not certaynely but saith it was about
the twelfth day thereof And saith that the Sentence of Adiudication against the
sayd shipp the Arke was given at the Admiralty Court of Rotterdam and in the moneth of June
last but what day of that moneth or the Judges name that gave the sentence hee
knoweth not And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose./

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that the Noahs Arke Interrate went from Bore
stones aforesayd to Normer Interrate without any ladeing at all in her only in her Ballast/

To the third Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that Richard ffaalconer who is still Master f
the sayd Shipp the Noahs Arke came Master of her from Normer Interrate And to
the rest of the sayd Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the 4th Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively as touching being a witnesse to
any bill of sayle or to the payment of any money for redemption or buying of the
shipp Interrate And to the rest of the sayd Interrogatorie hee cannot depose videlicet hee knoweth
not the name of the partie that sold the sayd shipp nor what money was paid for her nor
of whome the same was taken up, nor of any bill of sale made for the same/

To the 5th hee saith hee knoweth of noe writings
at all on board the shipp Interrate at the tyme Interrogate and soe [?consequently]
of none that were torne burnt throwne over board hid or concealed./

To the 6th hee saith that the Shipp the Noahs Arke came from