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To the second Interrogatorie hee answareth negatively./

To the third hee answareth negatively and otherwise referring him
=selfe to his foresaid deposition he cannot depose

To the fourth he saith hee was by and present when the said Captaine
Ashley [?refused] that hee had taken the said producents shipp and when
he promised to give him a meeting about the same as before he hath deposed
being about 4 monethes since in the high way or streete before
the gate of the dwelling house of the said Ashley in Hackney [?park], there being present his said
precontest, And otherwise hee referring himself to his for[?said] depositions he saith
he cannot depose

Thomas Wh[?it] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

The said Christopher Mal[?im]m To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee never (to his knowledge)
saw the said Captaine Ashley before such time as hee went with the
producent, to his house, as before he hath deposed And saith that hee wisheth
the victory in this cause to him that hath most right, And otherwise negatively

To the second hee answareth negatively, and otherwise then as hee hath
deposed hee saith he knoweth not./

To the third hee answarth negatively./

To the 4th hee saith hee was present when the said Captaine Ashley
did confesse that hee did take the producents shipp and when hee made a [?promise]
to meete him about the same, which was about 4 monthes since, before the
doore of the house of the said Ashley, there being also present att the same
time his contest Thomas White, All which was spoaken promised, and uttered
in the words which hee hath deposed to which hee referreth himself and further
hee cannot depose./

Repeated with his precontest
before doctor Clarke./

Christopher Malim [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


29. Julij 1651 pr[XX].

Touching the shipp}
the ffortune}

Rp. 1.

Joseph Nicholls of Weymouth in the County of dorset
Marriner aged 22 yeares or thereabouts sworne before
the Right worshipfull William Clarke doctor of the lawes one of {the]
Judges of the high court of Admiraltie, and examined about
the saving of the shipp the ffortune deposeth as followeth. That hee
this deponent was one of the Company of the Shipp the Peragrine, and
in Company of the shipp the Dragon (both belonging to the Parliaments
ffleete, and Men of Warr) when the said shipp the ffortune was taken surprized
and seised, as she came out of Galloway in Ireland from the [XXXXXs] quarter
And saith that att the time of the sisure thereof videlicet in or about the month of
July 1650, the said Shipp the Peregrine (whereof John Wood was Master0
did make the first shott att the ffortune, and was imediately in
[?with] the said shipp the dragon and saith that hee this
deponent and divers of the said shipps company was almost as soone abord
the shipp the ffortune as those of the Company belonging to the dragon and
had equall plunder and share of the pillage which they found in the said ffortune All
this he deposeth for that hee was an Actor and an Eyeqittnes to the
premisses, and further hee cannot depose./



On the same day./[CENTRE HEADING]

John Wood of Radcliffe in the parish of Stepney in the
County of Middlesex Marriner aged 30 yeares or thereabouts
sworne as aforesaid and examined deposeth as followeth