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Ad 14um rendet that the interrate Bayly dureing the ffight interrate
receaved two slight wounds the one on his hand and the other upon
his Arme. El alr nescit nec sua deposuit

Ad 15um non sic deponit

Ad 16um rendet that hee this rendent did heare the
interrate Captaine Ellison give the interrate Bayly orders to call for
quarter rati deponit, att which tyme the said Ellison was in
the hould of the said ship the Pearcy about the midships thereof
which was soe done about two of the clocke in the afternoon on
the 7th of November last past there being then present with this
deponent Mr Kennet Purser of the said ship; which hee beleeveth
was soe done by him the said Ellison in regard that the interrate
Bayly had informed him that the Companie of the said ship were
some killed others wounded and the rest had deserted their
stations. El alr nescit

Ad 17um refore se ad predepoita at peronse [?XX] et arl nescitt

Ad 18um rendet negative.

Ad 19um rendet negative.

Elyas Stawling [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


22nd Aprilis 1650 [CENTRE HEADING]

Nej[?XXX] exam testum ad}
perpetuum rei memor pronata}
per Mr Hugonen fforth interrate}
quoad damna recepta in Nave}
the Dispatch (cuus Japannes}
Suthun erat mag[?X]}

John Suthnen of Poplar in the parish
of Stepney and in the county of Middlesex Mariner
aged 30 yeares or thereabouts sworne the
nineteenth day of Aprill now instant before
the right worshipfull John Exton doctor
of Lawes one of the Judges of the high
Court of Admiraltie and examined upon
Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe of Mr
Hugh fforth Merchant to touching a losse
receaved in the ship the Dispatch aforesaid
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the said Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth
that hee this deponent doth well knowe the shipp the
Dispatch of London and was Master of her
dureing his last voyage on which this deponent saith
shee sett saile from this Port of London for Plymouth
at or uppon the 9th day of September 1648 but was by contrary wind forced on the Isle of
Wight att which place this deponent saith hee
receaved letters from Mr Hugh fforth his Merchant
desiring him to make for Portsmouth and there to
take in and receave abord his said ship 31. sacks of
Cotten wooll and 100 sacks of Gaules which came thither