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To the first Article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that the
arlate shipps hereafter mentioned did sett sayle together from the Elve of
Hamburgh, bound for france some for Rochell some to Nantes and
others for other ports for wynes upon the 27th day of September
last past, that is to say. the Mercury John Detree master The hope Hendrick Marens
Master. the ffortune Bernard Bardaynke Master. the Carp fanger Barent Jacobson Master
The Prophet Elias Simon Cornelison master the King David Jacob Young master Saint Mathias
Claus Billiet Master Brewer Claus van Raton Master the King David this deponent
Master Saint Anthony Zacharias Mielde Master the fflower Boy Peters master. the fortune
Joachim Dowke Master the 'ffortune of Stralsund. The Hope of Lubeck
Hendrick Caven Master a shipp whereof Gerdt ffalcas was Master, and saith
the ssayd shipps came out without any Convoy or men of warr with them
and that teh first day of October being Saturday as he taketh it as they
were in the North seas in their direct Course for ffrance, the Hope of
Dantsick, one Lubecker and the Starr of Emden Peter Eppen master ipyned
with the sayd ffleet and sayle along in Company with them. And
knoweth the premisses being then in the sayd ffleet mast of the King
David as aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the second and third Articles of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that upon
Sunday morning being as he taketh it the second of October last past
a small English Caper fell into the sayd ffleet and as he hath heard did
plunder the sayd shipp Mercury and in the forenoone of the same
day two shipps were discovered in the reare of the sayd ffleet
but knoweth not what colors they or eyther of them had, and they
upon the discovery of the foresayd English Caper seemed to pursue
him, but continued all that day neere a league to the sterne of the
sayd ffleet. And saith that about 3 in the afternoone a small English
frigot and an English Galliott happened into the sayd ffleet upon
the discovery whereof the sayd two shipps in the reare made after
the sayd frigot flying before them, to the Leeward before the wind
towards the ffrench Coast and the sayd galliott towards the English
Coast, and the sayd two shipps in the reare continued all that day
att a good distance from the sayd Hamburgh ffleet. All which he knoweth
for the reasons aforesayd and otherwise cannot depose, saving that the
premisses happened in the English Channell betweene Dover and
Calice and to the westward.

To the fourth and fifth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that upon the
sayd Sunday night and the next day the wind being full westerly and contrary
to the said Hamburgh ffleet they made little way so as upon the Munday
morning the third of October as he taketh it the sayd 2 shippes formerly in
the reare were come upp into the sayd ffleet. and the same day another
English frigott with about 16 gunnes came neere the sayd ffleet
upon discovery of which frigott the sayd 2 shippes made a pursuit
after her, And saith that the wind being contrary the sayd ffleet
was forced to tack about too and fro to gather wind for their course
and about eight in the morning of the sayd Munday the Elizabeth frigot
was discovered sailing directly before the wind upon the discovery
whereof the foresayd two shipps putt on the Aurange Colours and made