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To the second hee saith that when the time arlate (but the particular
time hee cannot sett downe) the said shipp the ffredricke and William
whereof the said Ruddocke was formerly master, being under the power of
the Parliaments this deponent was put by the Owners theireof from [XXXXX]
with the duke of Brandeburgh his letters by virtue of an Order from the Parliament
the said shipp was delivered into the possession of this deponent, who haveing fitted
the said Shipp with materialls and victualls, the said shipp was arrested
by severall warrants from this Court att the Instance of severall persons
for debts and ingagements which were pretended to bee upon her for necessaries
and taken upp by the said Ruddocke foresaid Master thereof Upon which this deponent
putt in Baile att Plymouth and brought the said Shipp to the Court in the
Ile of wight and so came upp to London to answare the same, All which hee
deposeth of his cetaine knowledge And further hee cannot depose saveing
that the said shipp was so arrested for Guns and other materialls but what
the summe was for which shee was arrested hee knoweth not/

To the third hee saith that within the time arlate and and whilst the said shipp
remained under the severall arrests and actions aforesaid and taken upp in
the Parliaments service as aforesaid hee hath deposed, The arlate John do[?nnway]
William Bucke and the rest of the Owners [XX XXXXX] and Shipp the ffredricke and William
haveing notice thereof and heareing how the said shipp was incumbred
and deserted by the said Ruddocke, did constitute and appoint this deponent
and give him full power and authoritie to compound and transact all
differences about and concerneing the said shipp And to
procure the same to bee restored and recovered as by
the letters and orders thereupon may appeare to which hee referreth himself
And further hee cannot depose/

To the 4th hee saith that within the yeares and monthes arlate or some of
them this deponent by authoritie which hee had in the said Owners as
aforesaid, did assigne and sett over unto the arlate William Stephens all the
Title and interest which hee had of and unto a quarter part of the said shipp the ffredericke
and William and with all her tackle apparell and furniture for and in consideration
that the said Stephens would become baile for the said shipp, And he saith
that thereupon the said Stephens (within the time arlate) did give in baile
to this Court for all the said Actions brought against the said shippe
in the whole amounting to the summe of two and twentie hundred pounds sterling
as since it hath appeared unto him this deponent And further saith that after
=wards the said Stephens was in the quiet and peaceable possession of the
said shipp and every part thereof and of her tacke and furniture as his proper goods to secure
him in the pr[?e]misses which hee knoweth for that hee was privie to
the agreements and Conditions made betwixt them to which hee referreth himself
and further hee cannot depose.

To the fifth and sixth articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth
that when the time arlate and after such time as the said Stephens was
in quiett and peaceable possession of the said shipp, this deponent brought
the arlate ffletcher to the said Stephens, betweene whom there was conference
about an agreement to make the said ffletcher master of the said shipp
and before the agreement was concluded the said Mr Stephens sent [XX]
the said ffletcher with this deponent to take care of the said shipp at the