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Detained: The Premisses hee deposeth for that hee this Deponent
did on the behalfe of himselfe and the foresaid Owners Provide
all the foresaid materialls for the said ships setting forth on
the said voyage; and did alsoe Goe Master of the said ship
all the said voyage untill her said seizure and was
Carried in the said Laurell Tree to Lisbone in Company
of the said ship Catherine, And further Cannot depose
To the 5th hee saith that the said Henry Baldero
William Harris, and John Sheppard are all of them
Englishmen Borne, and Subjects of this Comonwealth
and live in Holland onely as Merchant Strangers.
and not as Subjects of the States of Holland. and saith
that the said Henry Baldero is one of the Company
of the Merchant Adventurers of England. which he
knoweth for that hee hath bin Imployed
Master of ships by the said Baldero Harris and Sheppard
for theise three yeares last, And hath knowne them all [?theise GUTTER]
Twelve yeeres last, And further cannot depose/
To the 6th hee saith that hee this deponent (who is the
arlate John Thampson) hath lived and Inhabited at
Shadwell Dock, and East Smithfeild neere London for theise five or
six yeeres last, (saving when hee hath bin in Voyage
in the service of Englishmen,) and saith hee is here
maried, and liveth now with his said wife in East Smithfeild
aforesaid, neere unto this City; and hath a Certificate
(granted by the sayd Major of this City of London) of His ffreedome of this City, under the Seale of the
said City: And saith hee is a Subject of this Comon=
Repeated before Collonell Cock:/:
John Thampson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 31th of March 1659:/. [CENTRE HEADING]
Q: Caseby for wines in the Saint}
Laurence Peter Bennewysent master}
Examined upon the foresaid Allegation./:
vide 2 3: in C:4/:
Do[?nmigo] Dela Cerda of London
Merchant aged 25 yeeres or thereabouts
Sworne and Examined./.
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith that hee this
deponent hath well knowne the arlate John Caseby for [?XXX GUTTER]
three yeeres last, during all which time the said Mr Caseby
hath, and doth at present drive a great Trade upon his
owne Account from this Port of London to the Canar[ie GUTTER]Islands and hath a ffactor there at the Island of Tener[?iff GUTTER]
and saith that for theise three yeeres last hee