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XXXX p alXX aralate ex parte which hee compXXXX dat examinate

Ex partte Jacobi Lamprier)
quoad Navem the Amity)


Symo Le Scbirell da jersey Mercator atatis XX 46 annos
aut XX cicitter testis productus et XXXtus./

Ad prima et 2u arlas dea allegacoins depponit et dictit that when and for
all the tyme alate and for the space of theise eight yeares last past or thereabouts
the said James Lampri?mer was and still ought to bee the true and lawfull owner
and proprietor of one third part of the ship the Amity arlate whereof Thomas
Lamprier was late Master ) and of her Tackle apparell and furniture and alsoe that
a third part of her ladeing of fish oyles and other goods and provisions abord her and
ashore att Newfound Land and for such is and was for all the said tyme commonly
accompted reputed and taken And saith that in or about the moneth of Aprill
last past the said James Lamprier did furnishe and sett out his said one third
part of the said ship the Amity on a trading voyage from the Port of Saint Mallo
arlate to Newfoundland to catch fish and to carry the same for Bilbao and there
to dispose thereof and soe to returne againe for Saint Malo with the proceed of such goods
for his owne propeer Accompt; which hee knoweth to be true for that hee this deponent
for all the time predeposed Liveing att Saint Malos and Plowet in ffrance two yeares thereby only excepted dureing which hee was in XXXXX in XXXXXXX hath from
tyme to tyme every yeare seene and observed the said James Lamprier sett out victualls and imployed the said
part of the ship the Amitye which hee bought about eight yeares since of Thomas
Libbe?tton and John Masters of Jersey. and accordingly had the proceed of his said
part thereof, and being present att Saint Mallo and seeing the said Lamprier victuall
furnishe and set out the said third part of the said ship ymediatly before she went
forth upon this present voyage for Newfound land. Ey al in sui deponered./

Ad 3. et 4u arlas ex propria sua scien nescit depenere but saith hee hath
heard that the said ship since her last departure from Saint Malo came and arrived
at Newfound Land and there her Master and Companie made a great store of fish and
oyles which were seized upon together with the said ship by Captaine Guadsan as
is arlate.

Ad 5u arlum deponit et dicit that the said James Lamprier (who is very well
knowne unto this deponent and hath soe bin for above theise 20ty yeares) att
the tyme of the surprizall and seizure of the said ship and ladeing was a subiect
of this Comon wealth and had formerly about 8 . yeares since bin an Inhabitant
and lived in Jersey where hee believeth hee was borne, and saith that at such
tyme as the said Island of Jersey Revolted from the obedience of the Parliament
hee was for his affection and adhesion thereunto (which hee saith was allwayes very
great) forced and constrained to fflye to Plowet in ffrance where there is a
protestant Church and to which place hee doeth and did constantlie resort, hee being
for all the same tyme a sound Protestant in his Religion. And saith hee is a man
that for such his extraordinary affection to the Parliament of England and their
proceedings had his estate confiscated and lost at Jersey at the beginning of
the late warres in England. and was himselfe proclaimed traytor there, and after that
had his wife and family banished from thence. All which hee knoweth to bee
true hee this deponent being familiarly and intimately acquiainted with
the said James Lamprier ad being then in Jersey Iland when the premisses
were soe had and done and hearing and seeing the same as is predeposed
and having for theise diverse yeares last past lived himselfe as an Exile man
of Jersey in ffrance hath constantly met the said Lamprier at the said Protestant
Church at Plowet Et all nescit deponere.

Ad 6u arlum deponit as dint hee at the beginning of theise late yeares
and troubles in England and when Collonell Lytrott was Governour of the said