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the United Netherlands did permitt or import, or used words and
expressions to that or the like purpose, as neere as the deponent
now remembreth the same, All which offers and presentations
were refused by the said Dutch Commander or Admirall, who
said he must not so doe or to that effect, whereupon the said
Captaine Stanton publiquely protessed [?against] the said Dutch Admirall
to this or the like effect and and purpose, to witt that if the said
Dutch Admirall would not so visit or cause his said shipp ye
ffrederick to be visited as aforesaid, the he did [pXorXeX] against
him and against all [?pretence] whatsoeX, that upon occasion of his
goeing to Bantam roade with the said shipp or any thing
therein might avise or happen And presently after the said Dutch Admirall [cXXXd]
his Admirall shipp called the [DrouedaXXe] to be cleared from
the said shipp 'ffrederick', which thereuopon went directly for
the said roade of Bantam, all which premisses this deponent sawe and hearde which is all this deponent can
at present remember materially to say to this Interrogatorie

To the 20th Interrogatorie hee saith, That the said Captaine upon
said Dutch Admiralls refusall to receive the said power and
Musketts so presented as aforesaid did Cause the same to be [?thrown/e]
into the sea withe full sight and view of the said Dutch fleet
then being close by them, and before such throwing of the same
overboard, did cause the barrells of powder to be broken up to
ye number of 19 barrells or thereabouts to the end that the said
Dutch Admirall and Command[abv?] might see and take notice thereof
as undoubtedly they must and did. Of the premisses he saieth he
was, as aforesaid, an Eyewittnesse and thereby [knoweth] the [said/same]
to be true. And further deposeth not to this Interrogatorie

To the 21st he saith, That the said shipp the ffrederick did
(as this deponent now remembreth the time) stay about [six]
weekes in Bantam roade in taking in her lading; consisting
and of 159 Tunns of black pepper of the best sort, three and
thiry batts of white sugar, and three hundred and six hundred
and some odd weight more of the like pepper, fourehteen []
of Cloves, tenn baggs of nuttmegs or thereabouts, all for the [an...]
of the imployers of the said shipp the 'ffrederick' or of the said Captaine
thereof, as this deponent was at the time of the lading there[]
credibly informed, and that there were [XeXeorer] laden and []
on board the said shipp Frederick at the place aforesaid [?for]
[?pirolls] or thereabouts of white pepper, whereof seaven []
belonged to this deponent, ten piralls to one John Clare [theXX]
of the said shipps Captaine, and seaven Piroll to John
Burdocke the masters mate of the said shipp, and the reste
amongst the said shipps [marin/abv.] and also a great quantity of