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To the 11th Interrogatorie hee saith he was aboard the sayd shipp the Golden
Starr before she came into the River of Thames and after likewise
and saith hee Repondent had not nor hath not nor did take out of the sayd shipp any
money plate or any other goods whatsoever and he saith severall of the
Companies of the Waterhound and Advantage were aboard the sayd shipp
and severall goods were taken out of the Golden Starr before
she came into the sayd River of Thames but to what value or what goods
in particular, or by whome they were so taken out he knoweth not. And
otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 12th he saith he doth not know whether it be an usuall thing
for any shipp att sea being haled by any shipp who weares false
Colours and gives thereby suspicion of being an Enemy or
Pirat to stand upon the defensive guard. And otherwise he cannot

To the 13 he saith that in case the sayd shipp the Golden Starr be adiudged
prise he expecteth benefit as a privat Mariner of the Advantage
frigat according to the Act of Parliament made concerning that
affaire, and not otherwise. And further he cannot depose.

Repeated before Doctor Clarke and
Mr Cock

[signed] William Taylor

The 19th day of October

Examined upon the sayd allegation

Thomas Jefferyes of Plymouth in the County of devon
Mariner one of the Company of the Advantage
frigott aged four and twenty yeares or thereabouts
a witness sworne and examined deposeth and saith
as followeth videlicet

To the first article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth
that the articulate shipp the Golden Starr otherwise called the Morning
Starr and her lading was taken and surprized by certain shipps in
the immediate service of the this Commonwealth on the English Seas upon
the Coast of England. And saith she was first chased & haled
by the sayd Advantage frigot whereof Captaine Mills was Commander
and afterwards subdued and taken by the sayd shipp and another shipp
together with some other shipps then likewise in sight was in the immediate
of the Advantage frigot and present at the sayd seizure. And otherwise
cannot depose

To the second article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd shipp the
Golden Starr with her lading was taken and surprized by the shipps aforesayd
towards the latter end of the moneth of ffebruary 1652 some few days after the
Portland fight the tyme otherwise he remembereth not, off of the English
Shoare some four leagues as he guesseth and to the Westward of Beachy
place which he knoweth for the reasons aforesayd and otherwise cannot depose