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subiect of the States of the United Provinces, but was formerly, and
was about 3 or 4 yeares now past utterly bannished out of all the Territories
of the sayd States and deprived of all benefitts and priviledges of a
subiect, this Rendent being present and hearing his sayd banishment to the
effects aforesayd openly proclaymed by authority of the sayd [?Statalm] att
Middleburgh fflushing and Camphire; and saith he was so banished
for some offence in a busines of Ensurance but what in particular he
knoweth not. and saith his wife Children and family are with him att Ostend
and not in Holland Zealand or any place in eyther of them.

To the 4th he saith the sayd shipp is of an hollands mold of building. but
who built her or where or att whose charge she was built he knoweth not.

To the .5. he saith he was present att the buying of the sayd shipp, and was sent
by Daniel Thyson to buy a shipp att large as aforesayd, and was directed by
the sayd Arnold Beake to Dover as aforesayd, and there the sayd shipp
was bought by this deponent and Michael de Haze aforesayd to whom
Mr Beake did send a letter or note in that behalfe for the use and Accompt
of the sayd Daniel Thyson, and the sayd note or letter was written in London
about the month of June last past. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the .6. he saith he knoweth the interrate Tysen of Campliere the brother
of Daniel Thyson aforesayd; and the sayd brothers were sometymes videlicet before
the banishment of Daniel as aforesayd, partners in trad, but not since
and the sayd shipp was bought for the sole Accompt of the sayd Daniel
and otherwise negatively.

To the .7. he saith the sayd Daniel Thyson is a merchant and Burgher
of Ostend and there lives in the quality of a Burgher and is owner
of 2 good shipps, and a man well able to buy such a shipp as the
Leopard. and further referring himselfe to his foregoeing depositions
he cannot depose.

To the .8. he saith there were aboard the sayd shipp the tyme interrate
a bill of sale of the sayd shipp from Thomas Dawkins. a sea breife and
Letters Commendatory from the Governor of Ostend, which are now in the
hands of the sayd Kerkhoven as he beleiveth. and further he saith
he cannot depose.

To the nynth he saith he did not see the moneyes payd for the sayd
shipp, but hath heard the foresayd Dawkes acknowledge that he ws
fully satisfyed, his moneyes according to the contract above mentioned.
And otherwise cannot depose.

{?Joris ?Jansen] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 11th day of November .1653. [CENTRE HEADING]

The foresayd Michael vander Kerkhoven to the Crosse

To the 1 he asith he hath noe part in the sayd shipp nor shall receyve profit or
losse by her clearing or condeminge.

To the 2. he saith he is master of the sayd shipp, and ca,e first aboard her
att Dover in August last, and was appoynted master of her by the said
Daniel Thyson. and the sayd shipp was designed for a voyage to Biskay
before this deponent came from Ostend. and otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 3. he saith he knoweth Daniel Thyson, and so hath done 3 yeares or
thereabouts, and this Rendent hath heard he was borne in Zeland, and
hath bene absent from there about 3 yeares and is not a subiect of the