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Companies as hee ought to have done and by his
not suffering his Companies all according
to their requests as it was then reported to fire theire
Great gunnes att the said ffrench man of warre before she
came aboard the [?] and after shee was [?]
of there [?]
being Boatswaine of the [?] of London whereof
Mr William Cooke was Master, and which was att Calloone att such
tyme at the said ship was brought in thither And further
hee cannot depose.
To the 6th hee saith and deposeth that there was a general
rumour and report att Calloone that the said Captaine
Ellison did use his [enderoourt?] to hinder hi men
from getting passage of [?] there to [?]
for England, and did as hee [?]
and [?] with the [?] and matters of ships here
that take to his knowledge the said Mr Cooke would not
bring home the [?] matter of
the said ship the [?] notwithstanding that hee
was [?] for [?] during the
tyme that [?] should [?] aboard the said shippe. And
further hee cannot depose.
To the 7th hee saith that hee [?] William [Avery?] [?]
[?] after the said ffight was passed and saith they
were wounded very [sourly?], and [?] was the [?] Symon
Bayly as this [rendent?] [?] audibly heard. And saith
that the [?] and Ellison were not at all wounded
or hurt in the fight that this deponent hath [?]
[?] depose; saveing that hee saith that
[?] of the said shipps the [?]
they would not get [?]
[?] and as hee hath heard and believeth were found
for a [?] there further into the [?] of
the [?] there.
To the 8th hee saith that hee knoweth the inter [?]
north and saith hee was and is the said Mr Ellison [?]
[?] and as hee believeth is under age to take an
oath, and [?] and therefore the [?]
ought as hee supposeth [?] hee shall
depose in this [?] hee not understanding [?]
[?] it is to [?] El [?]