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to the said man of warre, who seized and
surprized her and had her surrendred to them together
with her loading in such manner and forme as is
predeposed, All which said particulars these deponents say were
transacted and done by the said Maplesden without
the consent of any of his company and utterly against
theire good will and likeinge, and without any resistance
att all made Albeit theise deponents and the rest of the [?CXXX GUTTER]
did earnestly desire the said Maplesden that they might
defend the said ship the Lawrelll from the said ffrench man of
warre and that they might shoote att and resist her when
she came neare unto them. And further. these deponents
say they cannot depose saveing that before the said Man of
Warre came up to the Lawrell and upon his sending of his
Company in his boat up to her who told the said Mapleseden
what they were and whence theire ship was, hee the said Maplesden
at theire request said hee would stay for the said man of warre till [XXXX GUTTER]
and soe caused his said shippe the Lawrells Mayne saile and
Sprittsaile to bee ffurled up and her top saile to bee [XXXed] up
as if hee had soe thought good hee might without any danger
or hazard made his Port before [?over] the said Man of warre
could have come up to her. And the said Andrew P[XXXX GUTTER]
for his part further deposeth That att such tyme as the Lieutenant of the
said ffrench man of warre and the said Mr Maplesden had bin
presente in the Round house of the Lawrell as aforesaid together and that the
said Maplesden was goeing out of his ship abord the said Man
of warre One Gilbert Stowe who was then Boatswaine of
the said ship came unto the said Maplesden and in this deponents [?presence GUTTER]
and heareing tooke him by the Arme and earnestly desired [?him GUTTER]
not to leave his said ship nor to goe from abord her
to which the said Maplesden replyed that what hee did was and
would be for the food of them all, and soe notwithstanding[XXX GUTTER]
perswasion left his owne ship and went abord the said man of [?warre GUTTER]
from whence hee never returned while this deponent was

Repeated before Doctor Clarke

[?Andrew Pearse] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]