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16th July 1650./ [CENTRE HEADING]
Ex parte Captaine Isaac
Phillips et Mr Richard}
Allford quoad Navem
the Saint Peter et nona in eadem
per [?GalloXX] Capt.}
Captaine John Greene of East Smithfeild
in the parishe of Saint Mary Matsellon alias Whitechappell
in the Countie of Middlesex Mariner
aged 40. yeares or thereabouts sworne the day above
said before the right Worshippfull John Exton doctor of
lawes one of the Judges of the high Court
of Admiralty and examined upon Interrogatories
ministred on the behalfe of the said Captaine Phillip
Mr Allford and Companie saith by vertue of his Oath as
Ad primum Interrogatoria rendet et deponit that hee this deponent
well knoweth the interrated Captaine Phillips and Mr Richard
Allford And saith they the said parties were in or about the yeare
1645. the true and lawfull owners and proprietors (as still
they ought to bee) of the ship the Saint Paule interrogated and of
her Tackle apparrell and furniture and for such were and are
commonly accompted reputed and taken. And saith that att Saint
Malos in ffrance the said shippe the Saint Paule (about three weekes
as hee remembreth after the said Captaine Phillips and Mr Allford
had bought the same att the Cape of Saint Malos) was most undulye
and uniustly seized upon and taken awway from the said producents
together with the ladeing aboard her by the ffrench [?XXXX] and they
the said Allford and Phillip were imprisoned about the