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according to the order aforesaid, where the said Rogee told this deponent that
hee had then received no order from the said Owners to that effect, but about 4
daies after acquainted this deponent that hee had received letters to that purpose
which hee shewed this deponent and wished him accordingly to goe to Croisick
to receive his lading of salt, which about the middle of August last past
this deponent there recveived aboard, consisting in foure and twentie moyes
and a halfe for the accompt of, the said Owners and one moye and a half
for this deponents accompt to be transported in the said shipp to Dunquirke
aforesaid, and there to be delivered accordingly, and saith
the said shipp really belongeth to Ostend and not to any Port or place in Holland Zeeland
or any other part under the Dominions of the States Generall. The premisses hee
well knoweth being Master of the said shipp, and present at and acting in the
premisses, And otherwise saving his followeing depositions hee cannot depose:/

To the 5th and schedule annexed hee saithm That the said schedule or bills of
Ladeing annexed dated the 19th of August 1653. was and is one of her
originall bills of lading made for the receipt and delivery of the said
salt according to the Contents thereof, and signed with the proper hand
writing of this deponents personally , as hee saith, whereas it is expressed in
the sayd bill of lading, that the said salt was laden by the said Rozee, the
trueth is, the same was laden by Paul Maillard in the name and by the
order of the said Rozee who at the time of lading was at Nantes, and
not at Croisick aforesaid. Which hee knoweth for the reasons predeposed:-

To the 6th and schedule annexed hee saith, That the said schedule was and
is a Seabrief or passe Orderr the seale of Oastend, subscribed by Thomas
Daelman the Greffier or REgister of that place; and granted unto this deponent
by the Magistrates of that place for the safe passage of his sayd shipp, which
said schedule was found aboard the said shipp at the time of seizure, and thie
contents thereof are reall and true; Which hee knoweth being the person mentioned
therein, wo procured and obtained the same of the said magistrates for the
inetnet predeposed. And otherwise deposeth not./.

To the 7. amd schedule annexed hee saith, That by reason that at the time
thsi deponent with his said shippe was ready to sett sayle from Croisick aforesaid
there then lying in the Roade of Croswick a french man of warr of 6 Gunnes
this deponent for the securing of his said vessell and lading signed theree
false bills of lading annexed pretending the said shipp to be of Middleborough
which he did for the intent predeposed, and not according to the Verity of
the matter, and saith That another paper annexed beginning Att the
Office of the Provost shipp of Nantes et cetera and ending Guillore., was also at
Croisick procured by this deponent for the securing of his said shipp and his
lading from ffrench men of warr as aforesaid, in regard of the warr
between ffrance and Spaine, and saith the said paper is onely feihmed and
coloured for the end aforesaid and not otherwise, as it is usuall and
Customary for fflandrian shipps trading with the Ports of ffrance to doe
And saith that another paper annexed beginning To all those who