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The same day:

Examined upon the said Allegation:/.

Rp. 3us.

Simon Peterss[on] of fflushing Mariner aged
23 yeeres or thereabouts, sworne, and Examined

To the 1st 2d 3d 4th and 5th articles of the said Allegation hee saith
and deposeth that hee well knoweth the arlate Bastian Cornliss{on}
and Company namely John Elinck, Peter Elinck, Peter V[o]r
Mar, John Praet, and his precontest Cornelius Bastianss{on}
and hath soe done from the Infancy of this Deponent who
was borne, and hath lived all his time in fflushing, where
they were all alsoe borne and have dwelt for all the said time, And
alsoe well knoweth the shipp the Saw Mill arlate and hath soe donne
for theise foure and Twenty weekes or thereabouts. about which
time hee sawe her brought to fflushing, by the said Bastian
Cornelisson, and the now Skipper Cornelius Bastianss{on} sonne of
the said Bastian: coming from Ostend, where as it is said
and reputed shee was bought, for account of the said
Owners And saith that after such her coming to fflushing
shee was there repaired and fitted at the Charge of
her said Owners who bestowed much Cost therein, and
After such her said Repaireing shee was by her said owners
named the Saw Mill, and had the Saw Mill pictured on
her sterne, And was soe named for that the foresaid Peter
Elinck one of her Owners was then Master of a Saw Mill there
The Premisses hee deposeth for that hee this deponent was
belonging to a ship that lay next to her in the New haven at
fflushing, in the time that shee was soe repaireing, and
that her Ballast after her finishing was heaved
into her, and sawe her said Owners come too and againe
to oversee her said repaires, and otherwise hee cannot depose./.

To the Interrogatories:/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith the said John Elinck married this deponents
Mothers sisters daughter: And otherwise negatively saving
as aforesaid:/.

To the second hee Referreth himselfe to his foregoeing Deposition
and otherwise negatively:/.

To the 3d 4th and 5th hee cannot Answer: saving hee beleeveth in his
Conscience, that the ship really belongeth to the said Owners and to
none other:/:

To the 7th hee cannot Answer, for hee was not present at the sizure Interrate