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The same day.

Examined upon the foresaid Interrogatories


Peter Epping of Embden Mariner master of the ship the Golden
Starr of that port aged 46 yeares or thereabouts sworne
and examined

To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that for theise [?XXXX]
yeares last hee hath well knowen the shipp the Yonge bore (harman [?hXXX]
master) during which space shee hath belonged to the port of Embden in
East friesland, and hath sailed out and in thence and thither for all that time
of this deponents sight and knowledge, hee being an Inhabitant and
Skipper of Embden and having dwelt there all his time, and by that
meanes hee alsoe knoweth that Burgomaster henrick H[?XXXXX]. [?XXX]
[?duif], John Gossons, Consart Webben, hance Lucous, martin [?WrXXX]
Abraham [?Glasse], John harmansson, and others all Inhabitants and
subiects of Embden were and are her owners and have imployed her
five or sixe voyages for Greenland, they the said owners being the Greenland
company of Embden, but where the said shipp was built, or of what part
each man is owner hee knoweth not, nor sawe any money paid for
the same.

To the third and fourth hee saith the said harman haddike liveth in Embden and hath soe
donne about tenn ueares, and soe have the said owners all of them lived there about
tenn yeares last, and that the said Skipper harman haddike was borne
on Norden in the ladn and Jurisdicion of Embden, and saith hee this
deponent was borne and hath lived in Embden all his time, and that
the said owners [?or] any of them were not nor are subiects of the states
of holland or kinge of ffrance.


Repeated with his precontest before/
doctor Clerke and doctor Godolphin./


The same day.

Examined upon the foresaid Interrogatoriess.


Peter Harman of Embden Mariner aged 34 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first , second, third and fourth Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth
that the shipp the yonge Bore (which hee hath knowne for theise
six yeares last past) hath belonged and doth at present belonge to Embden
and that her owners are all Inhabitants of that place and subiects of
that free State and soe have bin above tenn yeares last past, and they
are the more generally knowne, because they are the Greenland company
of that towne, and have from time to time of his sight and knowledge
till this last voyage set out and imployed her in Greenland voyages
under the conduct of herman haddikes her master, who is alsoe an
Inhabitant and Subiect of Embden and hath bin a maried man there
about tenn yeeres and was borne at Norden under the Juriscition of that
said towne, and that the Stiersman was [?XXXX] alsoe an Embdener
but hee doth not knowe the rest of the shipps company, And for the rest
of teh said owners hee saith the same were and are John Gossons,
henrick Gerrard, Martin Woulx, Comfort Webben, Abraham [?XXX]
Jacob Symonds John harmans, the widowe of hendrick Von [?Ruyle] and [?XXX]
[?helling] and [?Elias] [?deuf], and beleeveth that noe hollander of ffrenchman
hath any interes therein, And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the rest hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid, not being on the voyage nor [?XXX]
knowing ought thereof.

[Peter] [?hermXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]