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The fourth of Aprill 1654.

Pickering and company against the shipp}
the Dolphin, Christian Sola master}

Jacob Isbrandssen of Dunquirke
Mariner, stiersman of the said
vessell, aged 53 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee hath
belonged to and bin Stiersman of the shipp the Dolphin interrogate
ever since September or October last and came first aboard
her at Dunquirke,a nd was in the said qualitie of
Stiersman at the time of her seizure by Captaine Titsell
and saith the said shipp is accompted to belonge to Dunquirke
and her owners to be thre dwelling, and this deponent
knoweth ffrancis Hendrick and one Adrian of Dunquirke
who are said and accompted to be owners of her, and saith
shee was (as hee hath heard) bought as a wreck at Dunquirke about a fortnight
before this deponents said first commeing aboard her, but this
deponent did not see the buying or paying for her.

To the second hee saith the master liveth at Dunquirke and was
as hee taketh it borne at Bridges or Gannt, and this deponent
was borne at Enchusen in Holland, but hath lived 20 yeares
in Dunquirke with his wife and familie, and all the rest of
the shipps company live in fflannders for ought hee knoweth
to the contrary as hee saith, and in particular his contests
in this businesse live as hee taketh it all in Dunquirke
saving Jacob Johasen who liveth at Bergen in fflannders about 2 leagues
from Dunquirke, and otherwise ee cannot depose.