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To the third, and fourth hee saith that the said owners built the said shipp
saving two or three of them who bought their parts about a yeere since, and
that hee this deponent was present in Garret [?Bunnelts] house at Embden in Winter last and
sawe the said persons that then bought their parts pay for the same, and otherwise
hee remembreth not saving as aforesaid, and saving that his said owners have each
an 16th part, only hee is not sure but that two or three of them
have double or eighth parts.

To the 5th negatively, for the said shipp hath bin three voyages at Greenland
in theise three yeares last namely one voyage in each yeare.

To the 6th hee saith hee this deponent is an Embdener borne and there dwelling
And otherwise negatively.

To the 7th hee saith the said shipp went out in ballast and caskes on the said
imployment for the said owners.

To the 8th hee saith that hee hath not taken up any money upon bottomrie
and otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith that teh said shipp was tending her course for Embden
when shee was seized, only the winde being contrary and night time shee
was faine to stand off to seaward, but when day came shee stood in for
Embden and was stiering for that port when shee was met and seized.




The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the aforesaid allegation.


John Bollet of Embden Coxen of the said shipp the Golden
Lyon, aged 30 yeares or thereabouts.

To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
hee well knoweth the shipp the Golden Lyon arlate and hath the producents
hendrick Garrard John Buddey, [?Liuders] [?fference], derrick Buddey and company
of Embden, and saith they have bin and are the true and lawfull money and
proprieters of the said shipp the Golden Lyon and of her tackle and furniture
and lading of whale blubber and finnes and of such commonly arranged
and hee knoweth being one of her company, and seeing hee sett one by them
from Embden in Aprill last for Greenland on a fishing voyage for whale
catching, from whence hee was to returne with what hee tooke from
Embden of the accompt of the said producents, who are the Greenland
company of Embden, and saith then this said shipp haveing made an end of her
whale catching at Greenland, returned with the blubber and finner for
Embden she was to discharge, and in her course comming in August last
off the River of Embden was met with and seized by Captaine Brandley
and others in the service of this State and with foure shallops belonging
unto her brought to yarmouth which hee knoweth being one of her company
as aforesaid and going the said voyage in her and being aboard at the time
of the said seizure; And saith the said shipp about tenn yeares since was
of this deponents sight and knowledge built at Embden by some of her said
mariners. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third article and schedule annexed hee saith and deposeth, That upon the seizure of the said shipp
and her ladeing, this deponents precontest the shipper John Arianson were aboard
the said Captaine Brandley, together with this deponent and others of the said shipps
Companie, and there the said skipper carried his sea brief into the cabbin
of Captaine Brandleys shipp, which this deponent then saw, and believeth that the
said Shipper did then declare unto the said seizors That he and his said shipp belonged
to the Port of Embden, and that the said shipp and her ladeing were free
and saith that the schedule annexed is well knowne to this deponent to be an