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remaine, And saith That the said man of warr and french Prize
being there arrived, This deponent for and in the name and on the behalf
of one Nicholas dyer of Lynne sometimes Master of the shipp or
Vessell called the Richard of Lynne aforesaid (which Vessell was by the
said Jacob ffernando seized and taken at Sea in Aprill 1653. last past the said Nicholas dyer
being Master of her, and by the said fernando and Companie plundered
of part of her ladeing to the valew of about 400. or 500 li sterling) did [?attach]
and arrest or cause to be attached and arrested at Guernezey aforesaid the
said man of warr and prize aforesaid by Vertue of an order obtained [?from]
the deputy Governor of the said Island, and that for and towards the
reparation of the losses and dammages sustained by meanes of the plunder
aforesaid made by the said fernando and Companie in and of part of
the lading of the said shipp the Richard; And saith That after the
said shipp or man of warr and french prize were by this deponents
procurement for the reason and by the order aforesaid attached and [?XXX]
at Guernezey aforesaid, this deponent went aboard the said Vessell, and
after diligent search and observation by himself and others found and
observed that the said ffrench prize shipp or Vessell (having endured a very great storme in her passage from Newfoundland for ffrance) was, as shee now
remaineth in a very leakie condition, and that the fish and traine[?oil]
therein were alsoe then in a very persihable and badd condition, and
likelie to be rendred utterly unusefull, and not vendible in case they
have for any long time continue in the said Vessell, where this deponent
left them, the hatches of the said prize Vessell being by the [?Receiver ?of]
the said Island and this deponent sealed up for the security of the said
goods, and beleeveth the said goods are very much perished, runn [?out]
and deteriorated since this deponent left them so [?secured] as aforesaid, hee
also saith, That the said man of warr being at the time of her [?attachment]
as aforesaid something leakie, and lying ever since very much upon the drie [?XXX]
together with the said Prize, are both of them in all probabilitie
like to be very much deteriorated, if not rendred utterly unserviceable
if by their removall to some place of conveniencie, and due care taken for
their reparation and preservation the same bee not speedily prevented

Repeated before doctor Clerke:-/

George [?Brehult] [?Junior] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]