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de pred. [?iurat]


prefatus Richardus Stevens examinatus
super Interrys ex parte Arnold Beake
Peter et Baldwin Mathewes. interes in
dra Nave the Lucretia alias the Elizabeth
et bonis in ead haben.

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee
this deponent well knoweth the ship the Elizabeth
alias the Lucretia of London whereof this deponent
was Master and Comander during all the tyme of
her last voyage to Mallega from this Port of London
And saith that the said ship staied there after he said
Arrivea;ll att Mallega by the spece of 48 dayes and then
sayled to Leeles Mallega and there remained by the
space of a Moneth and upwards and then returned againe
to Mallega and there continued untill such tyme as hee
this deponent had taken in her full ladeing and freight
for the said shipp And further hee deposeth that
hee this deponent staid att Mallega the space of tenne
dayes in demoreage and [?51]
daies according to charter Partie, and the
rest of the time predeposed hee staied (being thereunto
constrained) in getting of his said ship discharged of
such ladeing as shee brought from thence hither; And
further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that
hee this deponent sett sayle with the said shippe the Elizabeth
alias the Lucretia of London from Mallega upon the 9th day
of January last past (english stile) and saith that in her course
from thence for England the said ship was upon or about the
13th day of the said Moneth chased by fower Turkes men
of warre off the Ponites of Budgrough and was
there forced a shore and there the said shipp and her ladeing was utterly cast away and lost [?Att]
which tyme this deponent saith there was aboard her diverse
goods wares and Merchandizes consigned to bee delivered
to severall Merchants in and about London Amongest
such this deponent saith there was aboard the said
ship the time predeposed for the Accompt of the
said Mr Beake and Peter abnd Baldwin Mathewes the