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age and browne complexion, and whitish hair, and saith
he cannot positively sweare how long he hath knowne every of
the foresayd persons being in Hamburgh but hath knowne some of them videlicet of the elder
sort 20 yeares and upwards, and others ten yeares and upwards
and all of them 3 yeares and upwards there living and saith that most
of the sayd persons are merchands and have not signes
hanging at their doores as is supposed in this Interrogatory

To the 7. he saith he hath knowne the sayd Overbockes, and [?Bernbecks]
Luces and Sprakalls and their respective familyes as also Martin
and Cors living in hamburgh for 20 yeares and upwards, and
the rest of whom he hath deposed 3 yeares and upwards and
beleiveth they have all lived there ten yeares and upwards
and saith he knoweth not that any of the sayd partyes have att any [?tyme]
dwelt in any port or place under the State generall of the United
Provinces or ffrench King, or that they or any of them are
or ever were subiects to them or any of them, or that they or
any of them the foresayd persons have had their howses or family
in any of the sayd United Provinces or in ffrance, nor hath ever
heard of any such matter and further cannot depose.

To the .8. he saith he hath receyved several letters from Hamburgh
from his owners aforesayd touching the sayd shipp and ladeing
and otherwise negatively

To the 9 negatively to very part thereof

To the 10. he saith he delivered some of the outward lading
videlicet some woolls and skinns to Andreas Anpsont and some
skinns and tinne to Jochim Collin. and some wooll
to one Dorville, and severall parcells more the Particulars
of which or of the foresayd parcells or of the names of the
rest of the persons having noe helpe att present to releive
his memory in this behalfe he cannot sett forth And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 11 he saith he hath bene severall tymes in ffrance
and att the port of Roane, and was last there before the
voyage in Summer was twelve moneth. and saith he knoweth
many of the laders of the sayd goods now in question. videlicet
he hath knowne Mark Peters a Bachelor factor living [?once]
while at Hamburgh. another while att Roane 3 yeares or thereabouts
John Van Campen a bachelor Hamburgher living as a factor
one while att Roane another while att Hamburgh. 6 yeares
or thereabouts. Jochim Colins a Bachelor. 5 yeares, living
in Roane. Nicholas [?Larcanine] a marryed man in Roane
ten yeares. Egbert Cappre a married man att Roane ten yeares
Alponte Soarez 2 yeares. Jacques Pallering a bachelor
att Roane about 6 yeares. Andreas Ampsant and John [?XXX]
bachelors att Roane 5 or 6 yeares. Beniamine [?Bamling]
5 yeares att Roane. Simon Vrouling att Roane 2 yeares [?Daniel]
Schochfenir att Roane 4 yeares. Henrick [?Amsant] 7 yeares att
Roane. Jochim Brugman a bachelor att Roane 6. yeares [?fXX]
Blanc a bachelor 6 yeares att Roane William Scott a married man
att Roane 5 yeares. Herman Wetgan att Roane 2 yeares and
att Hamburgh many yeares before. And further cannot depose.


To the 12th interrogatory he saith the goods of the outward voyage were all laden att Hamburgh
and were all the ordinary merchandizes of the East Countreyes usually laden att Hamburgh
and other Easterling ports, and otherwise negatively
Henry Favell[?xx] [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]
Repeated before Doctor Clarke and Doctor Godolphin