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the 23th day of July last past in the Evening was mett withall
by Captaine Archer in one of the State ships and by him was
commanded to strike saile and send his papers abord which
the said Sybraut Jallis Captaine of the Stockholme forwith did and sent three of his company
abord the said Archers ship with his said papers and to give him an account
of his voyage, which said men and papers the said Archer detayned and
then sent two of his owne company aboard the Stockholme
who demanded the said Jallis to come out of his owne shippe
and to goe with them abord the said Archers and in the meane
while let the other three ships (two whomeof were dutch and one a
Dane) goe and depart without any search or visitation of them which being
procured by the said Jallis hee presently conceived the said Archers
ship to bee an Irish man of warre or some other privat in regard hee soe
let the other vessells goe and detained him alone notwithstanding
that hee had given him an accompt of his voyages; hee therefore
did refuse to goe out of his owne ship whereupon the said Archer did
ymediately power in two broad sides upon him besides small shott
before ever the Stockholme made any resistance, But then hee
saith the said Jallis verily conceaveing and believeing the said Archers
ship to bee an Irishe man of warre hee did fire his gunnes att him
againe and [sXX] beganne and continued a fight with him for
5 or 6 howers space, in which fight the stearesman of
the Stockholme was slaine and 5 or 6 (whereof the skipper was
one) very much wounded And saith that after some continuance
of the said fight the ship the Phonix arlate came into them and
then the said Jallis presumed them both to bee States men of warre
and soe submitted and yeilded unto them and by them was brought
into Portsmouth where she now remaineth. All which hee knoweth
to bee true hee this deponent being present abord the said ship during
all the said fight and then and there sawe and heard all the premisses
soe said had and done as is predeposed. And further hee
cannot depose.

To the last article hee saith that What hee hath predeposed
is true.

To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

dt. Rowe

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee hath noe part or share in the said
ship the Stockholme or her ladeing save only in a parcell of Oranges
and Lemmons and a small quantity of Oyle which was abord the said ship
when she was seized All which were belonging
to the company in generall and were and are since taken and plundred out of
the said ship by the Company of the said Archers ship. And otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that when the said ship was
seized there was only the two ships predeposed present And other wise
referring himselfe to his foregoing deposition hee saith hee cannot
depose saveing that in the said fight there was one of the Company of
the said Archers ship slaine.