HCA 13/65 f.47r Annotate
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Scilley was assaulted sett upon surprized and taken
by two Jersey men of Warre and by them with her
ladeing together with this deponent and company were
carryed first into Scilley and afterwards into Jersey where
the same was condemned for and made prize of
And saith that the said shippe and ladeing was soe seized
by Nicholas Hill and Nicholas Cloud[?e] Comanders of the shipps the
ffrancis and the Patricke of Jersey upon the first
day of ffebruary last past old stile. The premisses
hee deposeth hee this deponent being as aforesaid Master
of and abord the said ship the Mathew and John when shee
was seized and was with many of his company carryed
into Jersey where hee and they were detayned
Prisoners for diverse moneths together. And further hee
To the 3d. Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that at the said tym of the surpri[?zall]
of the said shipp the Mathew and John Edward Arlibeere the Elder
John C[?o]per Richard [XXX] John Harris James Newman Mr Long
George witham Alexander Eves William Salmon Thomas
Fawson George Pasfeild and hee this deponent all Inhabitants
in abd about London were the true and lawfull owners and
Proprietors of the said ship and of her apparell and
furniture And saith that at the said tymw
the said Edward Arlibeare the Elder was owner
of one 8th and one two and thirteth parts of the said shipp
and the said John C[?ape] of one 16th and one 32th part and
hee this deponent of three 16th parts of the said shipp the Mathew
and John which hee knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent
hath seene the bills of sale which the said Edward Arlibeere the
Elder and John [?Cape] paid for theire said parts in the said ship and
hath one himselfe for his owne share therein All which were
made out by the said William Salmon who had the grand bill of
sale of the said ship. And further hee cannot depose.
To the Crosse Interrogatories on the behalfe of Richard
Shute and ffrancis Sayon assurers.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that the said ship the Mathew
and John arrived at the Canaryes upon or about the 13 or
14 day of december last old stile and came from thence for
London upon the 9th day of [?ffebruarye] next following as
hee hath predeposed to which hee referreth himslefe And
further hee cannot depose.