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Van [?Beuer] and Respanian [?Cokel] did att Marseilles lade and putt on board the sayd shipp the
Neptune all the sayd Oyles Almonds and other Goods for the onely use and
Accompt of the sayd John Scrothering and George Scrothering and
other Merchants of Hamburgh, to be carryed from thence to Hamburgh
and there to be delivered unto the sayd John and George Scrothering
and other Hamburghers for their use and Accompt, And saith that so much
the sayd factors who laded the same did att the tyme of ladeing the same
signify and declare unto this deponent the Master of the sayd shipp, and some of the
sayd shipps Company att Marseilles att the tyme of the lading thereof
And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the fourth he saith and deposeth that the sayd Joachim Lorenz and
David Zollicoffer, and Thomas van Beuer and Raspanian Coke[?r] were and are the factors of
the aforesaid Hamburow merchants, which this deponent knoweth for that
the sayd Hamburgh Merchants within theis three yeares last past have for
their owne Accompt sent to them the sayd factors severall quantityes of
goods and merchandizes of goods value, some whereof this deponent
himselfe hath carryed and delivered to the factors for the Accompt of the
Producents, And saith that for ans as factors of and for the producents
the sayd Jochim Lorenz and David Zollicoffer, and van Beuer and Raspanian Cokel were and are commonly accomted
reported and taken. And otherwise cannot depose./

To the fifth article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that the
sayd Joachim Lorenz and David Zollicoffer were and are by common repute
Switzers borne, and the sayd Van Beuer was and is by Common repute
a German borne and Respanian Cokel of Antwerpe and saith all the sayd persons are Bachelors and reside
att Marseillis as merchants Strangers and for such are accounted, and were
not nor are not ffrench men nor subiects of the ffrench King nor so accounted
And otherwise cannot depose.

To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the goods afresayd
were to be transported directly to Hamburrow, and there should all have bene
delivered in case they had not bene taken by Captaine Trenchfeild, and saith
that noe part thereof was to have bene carryed to Amstrdam, neyther was the
sayd shipp to have touched there. the premisses he knoweth being master
of the sayd shipp, and otherwise saving his preceding depositions cannot depose.

To the seventh he saith he cannot depose otherwise than he hath deposed.

To the eighth article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith that all the Owners
of the sayd shipp the Neptune and her ladeing aforesayd were and are
Natives of Hamburgh and so accounted and were and are merchants of
good quality using and driveing a trade to Marseilles, and saith they
were and are all of them merchants and Inhabitants of Hamburgh
and there have their howses and familyes. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the ninth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that about
January last past being at marseilles hee received a letter from one of the
Owners of the sayd shipp the Neptune wherein expresse Order was given
to this deponent requiring him not to receive on board the sayd shipp any
Goods wares or Merchandizes for Amsterdam or other port of the United
Provinces, or to the like effect. And otherwise he cannot depose.