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whilst hee was abord and did divers times, without the licesnse or leave
of the said Captaine Wye forsake and leave the said shipp and [?service] and goe on
shore in Lisborne , and there did behave him self very unseemely and
a[?ggressively], and att last deserted his imployment and ran away from
the said Captaine Wye into the imediate service of Prince Rupert, and after
=wards came aboard the said shipp the Saphire and tooke away his [XXXs]
and returned againe to the service of the said Prince, And hee saith that when hee
the said [?Ruberry] came to them in the said shipp [?hee] was under saile
and hee might very well (if hee would) have come[?n] along with them but
on the contrary did obstinately refuse to continue in his service
under the said Captaine Wye, and went backe to Prince Rupert. All which this
deponent saith hee knoweth for that he was on board the Saphire aforesaid
and some times on shore att Lisbone when hee hath seene and observed the
said Ruberry to [XXXX] [XXXX] himself as aforesaid And further hee knoweth not
saveing hee saith that att the time of his imployment under the service of the said
Captaine Wye, hee observed that the said Wye did very much [?treate] the
good of the said Ruberry, and [XXX] [?ever] forward to further the [XXXX]
of Merchants and others unto him the said Ruberry when they came aboard the
said shipp to [ffXXX] or otherwise

Repeated as before.

Thomas Wilbrom [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


24th July 1651.

Captaine Phillips and company against the shipp}
the Winter kinge and lading


Cornelius Cornelison of fflushing in Zealand Sailer,
Cooke of the said shipp the Winter kinge, aged
28 yeares or thereabouts sworne the say above said
before the right Worshipfull William Clarke doctor of lawes
one of the Judges of the high Court of the Admiraltie
and examined upon Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe of
the said [XXXX] Phillips and company saith as followeth,

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee well knoweth the shipp the
Winter kinge interrogated and was one of her company being Cooke
on board her at the time of her seizure interrogated, and tthat the said shipp belongeth
to the port of fflushing and that belongeth to Peter
[?Xelin?x] an Inhabitant and marchant of the said towne, well knowne
unto this deponent. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that the last place from the which the said
shipp came before her seizure by Captaine hurley was d[ooland] neere
Quinperley in Bretany in the kingdome of ffrance laden with wheate and rice
taken in and on board the said shipp at the said place of
[?dooland] neare Quinperley, which wheate and rice were there brought on board by one C[XXXX] Breton and were to have bin carried and
transported in the said shipp to fflushing in Zealand and there delivered
(as the skipper Cornelius Johnson vander veld told him this deponent) to and for
the use of the said shipps said owner, being dutch men and otherwise hee cannot
answar or depose, saving hee giveth a reason of his knowledge of the place
of lading the said goods because hee was aboard and sawe the same soe laden
being one of the company as aforesaid of the said shipp.

To the third hee saith hee cannot depose, saving hee doth not knowe of
any papers or writings torne, burnt, throwne oover board or otherwise

To the fourth hee saith that the said shipp and lading were seized by Captaine
hurley on the high and open seas about five leagues off [?Portland], betwixt
that and the Ile of Wight, and not in any port or harbour.

To the last hee saith hee cannot depose otherwise than as afresaid

Repeated before doctor Ex{ton]