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Power, and under their Command neither the said Thomas
Newman the Supra Cargoe of the said Ship Bantam ffrigot nor the
said Isaac Taylor the captaine of the said ship nor any of
the Mariners of her did doe any Injury or Wrong in
any Kinde to the said Dutch or any of them. that this
deponent knoweth of. but did demeane them selves Civilly
and Peaceably toward them and this hee deposeth
being Masters Mate of the said ship the said Voyage And
further cannot depose:

To the 31th hee Cannot depose

To the 32th he saith his foregoeing deposition is true

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.



The 25th day of March 1659

Examined on the said Allegation


Lewis Walter of Deptford Mariner
aged 40 yeeres or thereabouts: sworne and Examined:/:

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith that ?for and during all the monethes
of September, October, November. December January ffebruary
and March 1656. English Stile and Continually since the
arlate Sir John Dethick Knight [?Edward Bolle?s] John Bancks Richard fford
Edward Mico and William Prithman, and Company, or some
of them, (being all subjects of this Commonwealth) were
and at present are the true and lawfull owners and
Imployers of the arlate Bantam ffrigot and of her tackle
and furniture as hee verily beleeveth, and soe hee saith
they were and are Commonly accounted: And This hee
deposeth for that hee went all the Voyage in question
Steward of the said Bantam ffrigot. and further cannot depose

To the second hee saith that in the said moneth of October
1656: the foresaid Sir John Dethick, John Banks; Richard
fford Edward Mico and William Prit[?ti]man (who are all of
them well knowne to this Deponent) and alsoe the arlate Edward
Bolle: did set out the said ship from this port of London
upon their owne account to East India there to Lade Pepper
and bring the same to Europe; for their Account, And
saith that the said Setters forth of the said ship did Appoint
the arlate Isaac Tailor to goe Master of the said ship and the
arlate Thomas Newman Supra Cargoe of her the said
voyage, And the said Taylor and Newman did goe the said Voyage
in the said ship. in their said Apointed Place. The premises
he deposeth for the said Sir John Dethick and the rest of the [?men GUTTER]
aforesd did frequently come on board the said Shipp, before and at [XXX XXXX GUTTER]