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bill of lading signed and firmed by thsi deponent at Hamborough presently
after the lading of the said One hundred sixtie nine Quarteels of Traine
oile, And saith that the said bill of lading weith other papers and writings
as aforesaid were aboard the said shipp at the time of her late seizure by
the said Captaine Holman and Companie, to whose hands they came
And saith that the said bill of lading was and is a true and reall
bill of lading, and that the contents thereof are reall and true and so
had and done as therein is contained. Which hee deposeth upon certaine
knowledge grounded upon the reasons predeposed. And otherwise cannot

To the 11th hee saith, That the arlate John Dorville mentioned in the said
Charterpartie of affraightment and bill of lading was and is according to
the publique report and estimation at Hamborough a Native of that
place, and hath lived there ever since this deponent knew Hamburgh, of
which hee the said Dorvile was and is a Citizen and Subject, and for such commonly accompted
Which hee knoweth upon certaine knowledge grounded upon the reasons aforesaid.

To the 12th hee saith, That the arlate Joos van Overbeeck deceased was
whilest hee lived a Merchant of Hamburgh and a Citizen and Subject
of that free State, and for such commonly accompted, and that the said
deceased left behind him a Widdow and heirs which are all of them
Citizens and Subjects of Hamburgh aforesaid, Which hee knoweth being
also a Burgher and inhabitant of that Citie from which hee hath sailed
for theise ten yeares last and upwards./.

To the 13th hee saith hee doeth not personally knowe the arlate William
Dorvile and Wymant Hemomees mentioned in the bill of lading predeposed
but saith that by the relation of the said John Dorville and his mother
the said William Dorville is brother to the said John Dorville and
a Native of Hamburgh and a Subject of that free State,
and that hee and the said Hemomees by common repute have for severall yeeres
lived at Roane in the quality of ffactors for Hamborough Merchants
in which quality this deponent was to have delivered to them the Traine oyle aforesaud
to be disposed of to the best advantage of the Owners aforesaid, and to have
received from them a lading of goods to be transported to the said Owners in returne
of the said oyles. Which hee knoweth for the reasons predeposed. And
otherwise cannot depose:-/

To the 14th and 15th and schedule annexed hee saith and deposeth, That at
the time of the seizure of his said shipp and her lading by Captaine
Holman and his Companie as aforesaid, there was on board