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arlate Thomas Greenefeild Thomas Marshall John Greenefeild
and Michaell Cadman the producents were and att this present ought to bee
the true and lawfull Owners and Proprietors of the Shipp the Greyhound (now
called the Lady ffrygott) arlate and her tackle furniture and apparell
And so were and are comonly Accompted reputed and taken, Which hee knoweth
for that hee this deponent is a dweller in Rye and hath knowne her to goe out
and come in [?her] belonging to the said Owners and further hee cannot depose./

To the second hee saith that within the time afore deposed the said shipp the
Greyhound was by the said Owners the producents sett out from Rye aforesaid
and was bound for Arundell in the same County of Sussex to fetch
Corne from Arundell and to transport the same to Rye, for the use and Accompt
of the said Owners as aforesaid which hee knoweth for that hee saw her goe from
Rye bound as aforesaid and understood so much by the Owners and
Company of the said shipp, And hee saith that hee was credibly informed by
John Waite one of the Company of the said shipp that shee was imediatly after mett
withall surprized and taken by a Scielley man of warr and carried unto Jersey
And further hee cannot depose./

To the third hee saith that hee this deponent being att Plymouth about
the latter end of the moneth of Aprill last past (after such her surprizall
as aforesaid did see the said shipp the Greyhound (now called the Lady) brought
in to Plyouth by the Company of the shipp the Amitie ffrygott whereof
Captaine Parke was Comander in the imediate service of the Comonwealth
and there hee saith the said shipp lately was which hee deposeth for that
when she was brought into Plymouth and afterwards, hee was divers times
on bord the said shipp the Greyhound And further hee cannot depose./

To the fourth hee saith that the shipp the Greyhound (as aforesaid) belong[XX GUTTER]
to Rye where of the producents were Owners, And the shipp the
Lady ffrygott (so called) and retaken from the said Scilley men or Pyrates
after the surprizall thereof, And so brought into the Port of Plymouth
by Captaine Parke and which hee this deponent saw lately there as before is
mentioned was and is one and the same shipp or vessell and not divers
which hee knoweth for that hee was well acquainted with and assured thereof
att Rye, and aswell knewe her att Plymouth to bee the same and further
hee cannot depose./

To the 5th hee saith that the arlate Thomas Greenefeild Thomas
marshall John Greenefeild and Michaell Cadman were and are Subiects
of this Comonwealth and well affected to the Governement thereof and so were
and comonly reputed And further hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith that his foregoeing depositions were and are
true And further hee cannot depose./

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To the first hee saith that when the said shipp was brought in to Ply[?mouth GUTTER]
she had one Gunn and some halfe pikes in her, And did belong to Rye
after she was taken from the Ostenders and hee hath heard she was built
att fflushing, And hee saith that the producents aforesaid are and ought to bee
the owners thereof And further hee cannot depose or answare [?hereunto]

To the second hee saith that the said shipp was taken by the Scilley men as
aforesaid from the possession of the Owners And was regained from them or other
Rebells by Captaine Parke Comander of the Amitie who brought her in to
Plymouth as is expressed in his former depositions to which hee
referreth himselfe otherwise hee cannot answare.