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To the 4th hee saith hee Carryed a quantity of Brandiwine
and Linnen, which was worth about 260 Guilders from Amsterdam
And was for this deponents owne proper account, And saith the Master
carryed Brandewine, Wine, Stuffs, Linnens, and other goods
And otherwise hee cannot Answer:/.

To the 5th Negatively, saving that the Master hath here lately furnished
them with Money towards discharge of their dyet, and Lodging
and necessarys to keepe them from Perishing, asmuch as
amounted to tenn Monethes and a half of each ones
pay, And when they first set saile from Amsterdam hee
gave them a monthes pay, And otherwise negatively./.

To the 6th hee saith that All the Mariners and Company
that went out in the said shipp are still living and Are nowe

To the 7th hee saith that at the time of the said seizure
there were (besides the said shipps Company) two Mariners
aboard her, dutchmen that the Master gave passage to from
the Canaries, who hee saith were to have their victualls for
their worke, and assoone as the shipp was brought into
England, they went their wayes for holland, in a dutch man
of warr, that was the Convoy from Gravesend, and saith
the Morning Starr, was taken by the ffriggot of this Common=
wealth on the last of Aprill last New Stile, as hee remembreth
the time./:

Repeated with his precontest before
doctor Godolphin



The fifteenth of October 1657.

Russell against Rignall}

9. 1us in A.7:

Rp. 2

Simon Middleton of Blackwall Mariner, aged
20 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first second and third articles hee saith and deposeth
in or about the moneth of January 1655 the shipp the Endimion
arlate (whereof Alexander Rignoll alisa Reynolds arlate was cheife
mate) being in the Streight of Sunda bound for this port, did
meete with the shipp Jonathan arlate going for Macassar, and
saith that his precontest Mr Mathew Wallys (who was then a
passenger in the Endimion) went aboard the Jonathan (,where[XXX GUTTER]