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To the 18th hee saith hee cannot depose
To the 19th hee saith that hee this deponent did
bring home the interrogated Kennett and Mr Ellesons Boy
out of charity and out of a consideration that
hee did not knowe how soone it might bee his case
to bee in that condition that they then were in,
And saith that noe body agreed with him for
any consideration or som of money for the same
And further hee cannot depose
To the 10th hee saith that hee tooke in 5. of the
Pearrys Companie abord his shippe to come for England
not withstanding that his vessell was but small and
his Companie full. And saith that hee never
denyed any of them Passage for which hee was
profferred [?5. s.] per weeke or that they would lay in their owne
provisions. And otherwise hee answereth negatively
To the 21th hee answereth negatively for his part.
To the 22th hee saith and deposeth that hee doeth
verily beleeve that neither Captaine Ellison nor John Kennet
were ever in Armes or hostility against the Parliament
or that they are inclined any wayes against them
but that both of them would be ready to assist
the Parliament to theire uttmost abilityes against theire
enemies. And saith that hee beleeveth they have
both taken the late Engagement or att least will take
it with all willingnesse, And otherwise hee saith
hee cannot depose
To the last Interrogatorie hee saith that hee did see
some of the ffrench Caviliers ashore at Tallooone
that were abord the Alexandria in the tyme of the fight
interrate And saith hee hath heard some Englishe Merchants
there say that they had some discourse of the
said fight with some of the officers of the said ffrench
man of warre and that the said officers gave a very
high Commendation of the valliant Behaviour of
the said Captaine Ellison in the said fight And saith
that thereupon and allsoe upon the Report of diverse
of the said shipps Companie hee this deponent and