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time of her said seizure by Captaine Purvis, who tooke out two of them videlicet two
brasse [XXXes], and otherwise hee answereth negatively, saying shee left noe
gunnes at Virginia./

To the fifth hee saith that hee never heard nor tooke notice at Virginia
that the Inhabitants there had set up themselves in opposition to and
as distinct from this State and Commonwealth of England, and saith
there were noe passengers carried in the said shipp to Virginia/

To the sixth hee saith that his said precontest derrick Jansen went out
sopra cargo or merchant of the said shipps lading to dispose and traffique
away the same to the use of the said producents, and otherwise hee referreth
himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and saving the same, hee cannot further

To the last hee saith that hee cannot depose, saving hee knoweth not
of any papers or Writings, whatsoever torne throwne over board or
otherwise made away.



The same day.

Examined upon the allegation aforesaid


Jasper Abrahams of fflushing in Zealand Saylemaker aged
43 yeares or therabouts,

To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
hee well knoweth the producents John Bassiliera and company who
hee hsaith have bin for all the time arlate and are the true and lawfull
owners of the shipp the ffortuna arlate and of her tackle and furniture and
for such commonly accompted, which hee knoweth being Saile maker of the said
shipp and having sailed in her in their service both this voyage and another
about [?foure] yeares since, And saith that in or about the moneth of
September last the said Bassilieira and companie sent out and imployed the said
shipp the ffortuna from the Port of Middleborowe for Virginia on a tradinge
voyage for theire owne [?use] and Acconpte and to returne thence againe for
Middleborowe, And further that the said shipp carried a Cargazon of goods
from Middleborowe to be disposed of att Virginia, and to bringe the
returne thereof in Tobaccoes for Middleborowe All which he knoweth beinge
the said voyage Sailemaker of the said shipp And otherwise he cannot

To the third and fowerth articles of the said allegation he saith and deposeth
That the said shipp the ffortune outwards borne arrived att Virginia
the said voyage on or about the 17th day of november (old stile) 1650
and non before and then and there began to dispose of her outwards
Ladinge, and to gather in debts which were there before remayning due
to the producents for goods formerlie carried thither from
Middleborow, and to receive in againe her homeward Ladinge And
saith further that att and uppon the said arrivall there was att Virginia
noe newes talke or tydings att all that the Parliament of England
had forbidden or prohibited trade or traffique to or with Inhabitants
of Virginia, Whereas if there had bin anie such talke or speech
he beleeveth he should have heard or had some Intelligence thereof
which he saith he did not And otherwise he cannot depose:/

To the fyfth and sixth articles he saith and deposeth That the said
shipp the ffortune after her arrivall as aforesaid att Virginia sett
to takeinge in and receivinge her Tobaccoes and goods for the Accomte
aforesaid, and that all her Tobaccoes and goods were laden and bought, and
ready provided to be laden before the sixteenth day of March last, and
that the Master nor anie belonginge of the said shipp, had not (soe
farr as he this deponent beleeveth or knoweth) anie notice [?hinte] or
intelligence either att Virginia or elsewhere of the Parliaments
forbiddinge or declaringe against trade with Virginia untill about the
Eighteenth day of March last old stile, att which tyme the said Master and
Companie were takeinge in theire water, provisions and necessaries