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Island of Jersey for the parliament of England the said James Lamprier
to this deponents knowledge did sett out from XXXX and imployed a
man of warre on the behalfe of the said Parliament and their adherents
against all that apposed them att his owne propper and particular costs
and Charges all which hee saith hee did out of the heights of his affection
to them and theire cause, and by the consent and approbation of the said
Colonell Liw?ott And soe much this deponent saith is publiquely
and notoriously knowne in and through all the said Island XXXX
Ad 7. et 8u deponit et dicit that it is a usuall and ordinary thing for
such masters of ships as undertake any voyage from Saint Malloes to Newfound=
Land or elsewhither to take and carry along with them Passes under the
hand of Sir George Carteret the now Governour of Jersey as allsoe some
Inhabitants and seamen of that Island without ever goeing to Jersey for
the same or either of them. there being both Passes and men to have had
fromtyme to tyme at Saint mallo, And theis hee saith is comonly done for the
better security and Preservation of such ship and Ladeing from any they shall
meet iwithall either of Jersey Osetnd or other Pirates at Sea. And soe much this
deponent himselfe hath diverse tymes done since these times. and hath knowne
severall others from tyme to tyme doe the like. Et alX nescit deponere.
Sup allon prd examinatus./
Ex parte dei Lamprier quoad)
Navem the Experance.)
Symo Sebirell da Insula Jersey Mercator annos
agans 46 aut XXXXX testis productus XXXtus./.
Ad prima et 2u arluX dicta allegaconis deponit et dicit that in and
for all the tyme arlate and by the space of theise two yeares last past or thereabouts
the said James Lamprier was and att this present ought to bee the true and
lawfull owner and prprietor of one quarter and one halfe quarter parte of the shipp the
Esperanceand of herTackle apparell and Furniture as allsoe of such part of
her ladeing of fishe and oyles and other provisions as were on bord her when
shee was seized and taken by Captaine Johnson in Newfound land and for such
was and is comonly accompted reputed and taken which hee knoweth to bee true hee
this deponent being present when hee bought one halfe part of the said ship but hath since that sould one quartertr of his halfe to the said XXXX
being present when hee bought the same
which said half part hee soe did buy of one Jaques Oliv?ier of Gurnsey about 2
yeares since this deponent being at the bargaine makeing and seeing of the
Earnest penny by them the said Lamprier XXXX for the same And saith that in or
about the moneth of Aprill last past the said James Lamprier did furnish
and sett out his said part in the said ship from Saint Mallos to Newfound land [?for GUTTER]
a fishing voyage as is arlate and soe from thence she was to have proceeded and
carryed her ladeing to Bilbao and was at length from thence to returne again
to Saint Mallos for his propper use and Accompt. that being a voyage usually under[?taken GUTTER]
and ?performed from Saint Malloes which hee knoweth being at Saint Mallos when the
said ship departed from thence and XXXX the said Lamprier sett out and furnishe the
said part thereof. and soe much hee saith is notoriously knoXXXXX att Saint Malloes
all such as knowe the said James Lamprier . amd XXX ship the Esperace. Et alX nescit deponere.
Ad 3 et 4u arlos Sibe deposint prout ad e/ase arlos in allme quoad the Amity
preXXX XXX pagina spinficat. extendantre in capXXXXX
Ad 5u deponit that the said James Lamprier for theise 7. yeares last past or
thereabouts hath every yeare constantly used to
sett out one or more shipps or his part therein from Saint Mallos to Newfound land and