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not as yet atteyned their respective ages of one and twenty yeares
And hee alsoe saith that there hath bin and is a Common reporte amongst
Merchants upon the Exchange London (which report this deponent beleeveth
to be true) that the sayd Sampson hopkins and Roger Viviian are both
departed this life And hee saith that hee hath seene a letter from
Smirna intimateing and expressing that the sayd Roger Vivian
dyed at Constantinople in or about the moneth of August one thousand
sixe hundred fifty one And hee alsoe saith that hee hath heard
one hellen who served this deponent, saye that shee was servant
of the sayd Sampson hopkins at the tyme of his decease and
that hee dyed at Coventrie and this deponent hath heard and beleeveth that hee there dyed in the moneth of October one
thousand sixe hundred fiftie two The premisses hee deposeth for
the reasons aforesayd And further to this allegation hee cannot depose/

Repeated efore doctor Clarke/



The 28th of June .1655.:- [CENTRE HEADING]

The Lord Protector against the shipp called the}
hare in the field (whereof one John kein was}
Master) and her tackle apparrell and furniture}
and goods wares and Merchandizes in the same}
taken and seized by some shipps in the immediate}
service of this Commonwealth. Budd}

Examined upon an Allegation given
on the behalfe of his highnesse the
Lord Protector:

Rowe dt. jus/

Frans Jansen Brower of Amsterdam Mariner Master
of the shipp the Sampson of Amsterdam aged 36. yeares
or thereabouts a Wittnes sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first Article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That hee this
deponent being at haver de Grace in ffrance about two moneths time did
then and there see and observe the said shipp the hare in the field (whereby
John kein then was Master) And that shee departed thence whilen this
deponent was there upon the Voiage wherein shee was lately seized by the
English, but whether any of her Companie were frenchmen or Subjects of
the french king, this deponent saith hee knoweth not, And further cannot

To the second hee saith, That during this deponents being as aforesaid at haver
de Grace hee well saw and observed, That severall goods wares and Mer
chandizes being piece goods were then and there taken from aboard one or two sewerall hoyes and laden aboard
the said shipp the hare in the field, but from whence the same were brought this
deponent saith hee knoweth not, neither doeth hee knowe any thing concerning
any goods aboard the said shipp, nor their valewe, nor the time or place of their lading
further or otherwise then is by him predeposed, And further cannot depose