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To the 14th hee saith hee knoweth Mr [?] who is
a month resident at Talloone and Mr [?]
Cooke who he saith were all masters of Englishe ships att Talloone
at the tyme [?]. And saith hee [?] they and all [?]
[?] and will not subscribe [?] hand to that [?] is not
hand. Acknowledge

To the 15th hee saith that hee heard it [?] at Talloone
by Mr Cooke theire master that Captaine Ellison went down
[?] into the hould of the said ship during the said fight to
find her or blow her up with powder. And otherwise to this
interred then as aforesaid hee cannot answere or depose.

To the 16th hee saith that hee hath heard the inter [?] said
that by the [?] in his quarter was the most dangerous plane in
all the ship [?] the said ffight. And that hee did [?] aske
Captaine Ellison ([?]) what hee did there [?]
have to bee looked for [?]

[?] Signed John [Crorkson?]


2nd May 1650

Thomas Bennett of St Catherines heard the
Tower of London [?] or
thereabouts sworne and examined as aforesaid
saith by virtue of his oath as followeth [?]

To the first and second interries hee saith hee cannot depose.

To the third hee saith hee this deponent being [?] of
the shipp the [?] of London (Mr Cooke master) [?]
was abord the said shipp at Talloone att such tyme as the ship
the [?] was bought [?]. And saith that hee
heard one of the [?] Mr Avery then say
that att the beginning of the fight [?]
[?] and the [?]
them, Captaine Ellison the master of the [?] being [?]
where [?] the Docks amongst [?] did (as of
said Avery [?]) aske whose gunnes they were that were
then fired to with Mr Avery replyed as himselfe said [?] they
[?] our gunnes that are fired then the said Ellison
did him fire on [?] in Gods name. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.

To the 4th hee saith hee heard some of the said shipp
the [?] company report at Talloone that Captaine Ellison
did dureing the said fight goe downe into the hould of the said