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To the 6th and 7th articles of the said Allegation and schedules therein mentioned but
not annexed hee saith and deposeth, that as this depont hath credibly
been informed and sincerely beleeveth, the sayd John ffransen Haen at
about the time of the lading of the small quantities of goods predeisposed, signed
and firmed to three bills of Lading all of one tenor, for the said goods, one which
the said Master hath severall times affirmed to this deponent was aboard the said shipp
at the time shee was surprized and taken by the Speaker ffrigott, and came
to the hands of the seizors another being sent over land to the producents at
Hamborough this deponent, as aforessaid, received from them, and the same hee
hath since sent annexed to a Comission from this Court expressely sent
to Saint Lucars in Spaine for the examination of witnesses
concerning the trueth of the matter in question, which said bill of lading
this deponent for the reasons premissed is fullyassured to bee a true and reall
bill of lading, and no way fictitious or colourable. And otherwise referring
himselfe to his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose; saving hee beleiveth the
third originall bill of lading according to the usuall Custome is remaining
in the hands of the said factor

To the 8:th hee saith hee hath credibly heard and firmely beleeveth, That the
said shipp with her lading predeposed on board her being in her direct
Course for Amsterdam were mett withall surprized and taken by the said
shipp the Speaker ffrigatt and Captaine and Companie thereof by whom
they were brought into Dover in England. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 9:th hee saith, That in the yeare 1652. and moneths therein
respectively conccuring, and for 5. yeares before and till this present
the arlate John Scrother and Bernardo Ras were and are the
ffactors agents and correspondents of the said producents, and for such
commonly reputed and taken, Which hee knoweth having for the like time
been booke keep and factor to the said producents, and thereby well
acquainted with the premisses. And otherwise cannot depose, saving that by [?XXX]
Producents bookes of accompts this deponent hath observed that they have for severall yeares before been [?XXX XXX]

To the 10:th hee saith, That the said Hans Lemmerman deceased was
according to common report a Native of the Citie of Hamborough and
Subject of that ffree State untill his death, and for such commonly reputed
and taken, and that for severall yeares before his death hee was a Merchant
well knowne to drive a great trade in Spaine, which trade is since his death
continued by the said producents of the deponents certaine knowledge, and the
said John Lemmerman Thomas Lemmerman and Hanse Lemmerman
were and are the naturall and lawfull Children of the said Hans Lemmerman
deceased, and for such well knowne and generally accompted at Hamborough
aforesaid, and are heires to the said deceased, And saith that the said
producents were are and ought to bee the true and lawfull Owners of
the wines and other goods predeposed now claymed in their names, Which
hee knoweth for the reasons by him predeposed. And otherwise cannot

To the 11:th hee saith that the said Katherine Lemmermans the Relict of
the said Hans Lemmerman deceased, and the said John Lemmerman
Thomas Lemmerman and Hans Lemmerman were and are all of them