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last past, and was then bound from thence unto this Port of London
in the service oand imployment of severall Merchants liveing
in London aforesaid And this hee deposeth for that hee was Master
thereof as aforesaid, and in her the intended voyage, And further
hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the second hee saith that att such time as the said shipp went out
from Bristoll Captaine William Thomas, and the Producent Mary
Shotton were PartOwners of the said shipp, and saith that she the
said mary was Owner of [?three] Eight Parts thereof, And further
referreing himself to his former deposition and reasons aforesaid
hee saith hee cannot depose

To the third hee saith that the said Shipp in her course of p{XX]ing
upon the said voyage betweene Bristoll and London was taken off the
Lands end by Captaine dan Comander of a Man of warr of
Jersey upon the Eleaventh day of Aprill last past, and was so
surprized with her tackle apparell and furniture, and did remaine
and continue with her ladeing and Company in the power possession and
comand of those that tooke her as a prize for [?three] dayes or thereabouts
and she and her Company were disposed of by them and
in theire possession for all that time which hee knoweth for that hee
was on bord the said shipp when she was taken, And he further saith
that afterwards the said shipp was [?re]taken from the said Enemie
by Captaine Parsons a private man of warr of
Absham, and was carried into Milford haven, and l[?e]ft in the power
and possession of Mr Justine white vice-Admirall there, ffor which hee
saith that hee beleeveth that the said producent hath not reced
any recompence or satisffaction for the same. And further hee saith hee
cannot depose.

To the [XXXX] Interrogatories given in on the behalf of the Assurers/

To the first hee saith that att the time of the seisure of the said
Shipp she the said producent was Part Owner of
three Eigths of the said shipp which hee saith in his Judgnebt was
worth one hundred and fifty pounds sterling And further hee cannt depose/

To the 2d hee saith that the said shipp came from Bristoll about the
beginning of March last, and did saile from thence to Milford Haven to
[?seeke] a Convoy and afterwards by reason of contrary winds putt in to
Saint Ives and so comeing from thence was taken by the Enemie as before
hee hath deposed to which hee referreth himself, and further hee saith
hee cannot answeare.

To the third hee saith the said shipp was taken upon the 11.th of Aprill
last by a Jersey man of warr, whereat hee saith the said surprisers
did take a boate which cost foure pounds ten shillings, an Anchor and a cable
for which hee saith hee paid twenty shillinmgs to have the same againe
and hee paid for other [XXXXs] more above forty shillings, [XXXXX XX] the rest hee
beleeveth was or is to bee paid by Captaine Thomas and the Merchants
ffreighters thereof And further he cannot depose./

The marke of


On the same day/.

Examined upon the Interrogatories aforesaid


John Vye of Horsie downe in the County of Surrey
Marriner aged 40 yeares or thereabouts sworne as aforesaid
deposeth as followeth.

To the first hee saith that hee doth very well knowe the shipp the Allen