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The same day

On the said Allegation examined.



George H[?oarsnip] of the parish of Saint Mary white Chappell Mariner
[?Gunner] of the shipp the Adventure aged 29 yeares or thereabouts sworne
and examined deposeth as followeth./

To the first article of the said allegation and schedule therein mentioned he saith that for and dureing all the time arlate the said producent
William ffishman was Master and Part owner of the shipp the Adventure and so commonly
accompted reputed and taken and more especially from the Month of Aprill 1650
the said ffishman was imployed by the arlate John Bewley who did hire and take the said
shipp to fraight of him the said ffishman, to make a voyage to the Canary Ilands
from thence to Newfound land and so to Saint Lucar in Spaine, and (the danger
of the seas excepted) to returne to London, after which (as hee hath heard is related and as
by Charter party was agreed) the said Bewley was to pay 110 li per month to the producent
for every month that the said shipp should be and remaine in the said s[ervice] And
[XXX] hee deposeth for that hee was Gunner of and in the said shipp and went the sid
voyage, and other former voyages in the said shipp where [XX] the said producent was Master
and Part Owner as aforesaid And otherwise referring him self to the Charter party
arlate he saith hee cannot depose./

To the second hee saith that the said producent did according to his said Charter party
and in performance of his said voyage receive in his said shipp his full lading [?in ?this]
Port and att Gravesend for the Accompt of the said Bewley and did therewith sett
forth and saile [XX] whose [XX] arrived in the predeposed ship and lading on [XX XXX XXXXX] 1650, and then hee departed on the voyage to [XX] [XXXX] a bout the 4th of May 1650 upon the said
voyage in question, and did safely arrive at the Canaries, and there did unlade and
deliver all such goods as were laden here by the said Bewley unto his ffactors
and Agents there, And that to his knowledge there were letters writt at the
Canaries by his factors to bes sent to him touching the receipt of the said [XXXX]
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third hee saith and deposeth that after the arrivall of the said shipp att the
Canaires and unlading of the said goods the said producent did take in and receive 15 pipes of Canarie wines [?which]
the ffactors and Agents of the said Bewley and for his Accompt had consigned to be delivered
att Newfound land and safely arriveing there hee saith the same were delivered accordingly
After [?which] the said producent did alsoe receive and take in to his said shipp from the ffactors
of the said [XXXX] divers parcells of ffish to bee transported to Saint Lucar
and there delivered the said ffish [?and goods] upon their arivall unto such as they [XXX]
[XXX] unto about the [?1st] day of November last past and not before, And so much
(as hee hath heard related) the said Bewley hath confessed. And this he deposeth
for the reasons aforesaid and otherwise hee cannot depose./

To the 4th hee saith and deposeth that after the said 1st day of November (att which time
the said shipp was unladed of her fish from Newfond land) at Saint Lucar, she was there
againe laden by the ffactors of the said Bewley with wines and other goods for the Accompt of
severall persons here in this port of London, (he the said Bewley haveing then but
little goods in her, And being so laden he saith that upon or about the
third of december last the said shipp sett saile thierewith from Saint Lucar towards this Port of
london, and in her course homewards about 12 leagues off the Iland of Scilley was
seised and taken by two Scilley men of warr the one haveing 28 Gunnes and the other
Eight, and after four or five houres fight, the said shipp [XX] the producent and Company were made
prisoners in to the said Iland, and there kept and detained tille the same was surrendred which
was [XX]