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retaken, which hee knoweth, having undertaken to pay for the salvage of her upon sentence given in this Court. And
otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the said mary Shotton hath had noe [?part]
or recompence out of the said shipp upon the said Salvage, shee having before
[?commuted] her interest therein to the Assurers.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and otherwise hee
cannot answare, saving hee saith it cost this deponent and the said
Allen to fitt the said shipp out hence on the
voyage shee last went hence (which was about a yeare and halfe before shee
came to Brist[?a]ll) the summe of six hundred pounds sterlinge or thereabouts
the said Allen being then alive, and thus much hee saith it cost tp fitt
her in respect of her hull alone, without victualls, And otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the second hee cannot depose because hee was not in the voyage.

To the third hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and saith that
by agreement there is only tenn pounds or thereabouts to be paid for
the salvage of the said vessell, shee being rescued by a marchant man
and not a man of warr; the name of which marchant man hee remembreth

Repeated before doctor Clarke.



The 14th of August 1651.

The claime of Anthony and Lewis Goodwine}
of Amsterdam for the shipp Charitie.}

Examined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said [?Goodwines].

Smith dt. [XX XX XXX XX XXX.]/
and for the states [?copies/]/

Derrick Arentson of Amsterdam mariner
aged 24 yeares or thereabouts, sworne and
examined saith as followeth videlicet.

To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee
well knoweth the producents Anthony and Lewis Good[XXX] and Adrian
Go[?uarts] and saith they were the time arlate and are the true and lawfull
owners and proprietors of the said shipp the Charitie alias the Love arlate
and of her tackle apparell, furniture and lading of coales arlate and soe
commonly accompted, which hee knoweth being master of the said shipp. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the second article hee deposeth that within the said time videlicet in the
moneth of July last past the said producents did sett out and imploy
the said shipp the Charitie alias the Love to goe and saile from the
port of Rotterdam for Newcastle to lade coales, and to carry and
transport the same for Rotterdam to and for the use and accompt of the
said producents, and accordingly the said shipp comming to the said port
of Newcastle, did there take in her lading of coales, and departed
therewith for Rotterdam for the said accompt, and in her course for
Rotterdam the said shipp and lading were met with and seized by a pirate
or sea rover and shortly after rescued and retaken by two of the
Parliaments shipps, (the Captaine of one whereof was (as hee taketh it)
named Captaine [?kinge]) and by them brought into dover. All which hee
knoweth being master as aforesaid of the said shipp the Charitie alias the
Love and imployed by his said owners on the said designe of lading Coales,
and being aboard her when shee was soe taken by the pirate, and comming
afterwards to dover where hee saw her. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third article hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp the Charitie
alias the Love soe sett out from Rotterdam and which tooke in her said
lading of coales and the said shipp the Charitie alias the Love soe rescued
and retaken and brought into dover were and are one and the same
shipp and lading and not diverse, which hee knoweth because hee sawe the same at
dover upon the said bringing in thither, And otherwise hee cannot depose.