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the said seale in parchement, and an Originall bill of lading for the goods
of the Owner aforesaid, and other papers belonging to the said shipp did fall
to the hands and possession of the said Captaine Holman and Companie to
whom they were brought or sent into, and are now remaineing in the
Registry of this Court, where they now remaine. And further saith That the
said Charterpartie so seized and now showne to this deponent was and is a true
Counterpart of the originall Notariall Charterpartie so made at Hamborough
as aforesaid, and was and is reall and true and so had and sone as therein is
contained, Which hee well knoweth being as aforesaid Master of the
said shipp the redd Lyon, and thereby present at and punctually acquainted
with the premisses. And otherwise cannot depose:-

To the 7th hee saith, That the said shipp the Redd Lyon being in her
direct Course from Hamborough for Roane, and before her seizure by
the said Captaine Holman and Companie did meet with a Sea Rover
or ffrench man of warr (as hee pretended) who plundered and tooke away
from this deponents said shipp some cheeses part of the said shipps ladeing
and the Hamburgher Colors which this deponent then had on board his
said shipp, and afterwards dismissed the said shipp. Which hee well
knoweth by sadd experience, being as aforesaid then Master of and aboard
his said shipp: And otherwise cannot depose:/

To the 8th hee saith and deposeth, That in the moenth of October
last past, the said John Dorville in the name and for the accompt
of himselfe and the widdow and heires of Joos Van Overbeeck
aforesaid caused to be laden aboard this deponents said shipp then llying
within the booms or barrs at Hamborough, One hundred sixtie
and nine Quarteels of Traine oyle, which were brought on board this deponents
said shipp in Lighters from before the house of the said John
Dorville his father in Hamborough of this deponents sight and certaine
knowledge, And otherwise saving his precedent and following depositions hee cannot depose
saving that in the said moneth this deponent for the accompt of him
and Laurence Peterson his Stiersman laded aboard his said shipp
trhee hundred and twelve Cheeses/:-

To the 9th hee saith hee this deponent is a native of Lubeck in
Germania, and hath lived in Hamborough for ten yeares last past
or thereabouts, and is a Burgher there and a Subject of the ffree State
And otherwise cannot depose/:

To the 10th and schedule or bill of lading therein mentioned and showne
to this examinate at the time of his examination hee saith and deposeth
That the said bill of lading was and is one of the three Originalls