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Shipps comanded by Captaine Hall the said Booke of this
deponents knowledge was on bord the Saint Martyn and by some
of the Companye of the man of warre which seized the said shipp
hee saith the said booke was taken away and put into a bagge
amongst all the other papers then abord and with them was carryed
abord Captaine Halls shippe. The premisses hee deposeth because
hee this Examinate was present when the said Captaine Audric soe
entred all the said goods into the said Booke and sawe him doe the same
and afterwards (hee being abord the Saint Martyn when shee was seized) [did GUTTER]
see the said Booke put into the said Bag and carryed away from the[re GUTTER]
as aforesaid. And further hee cannot depose saving that the said
goods were allsoe entred in the same manner as aforesaid unto the Pursers booke of the
said ship which was allsoe taken and carryed out of the said ship with the rest of the papers as is predeposed

To the second article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth that
after such tyme as the said shipp the Saint Martyn was seized
and taken by the said Squadron of English ships and att such tyme as
the said ship was putt under the Command of an English man and
Marriners of the same Countrey hee this deponent did heare the said
English commander aske the French then abord and belonging thereunto
how many bales or peeces of goods the producent and the rest of the parties
arlate had abord the said ship unto whom the said ffrench in this deponents
heareing did make answere and tell the Englishe that the said producent
and the rest of the Armenians which were then abord had about 80 bales
or peeces of goods for theire owne accompt abord the said ship And
soe much hee saith the Englishe then abord the said ship were
diverse tymes told and informed in this deponents presence and hearing
And otherwise hee cannot depose saving that when the said
English Comander did as aforesaid demand of the ffrench how many
bales of goods the Armenians had abord this deponent heareinge
the ffrench answere that they had about eightie hee this Examinate
well knoweing how many bales there were then abord for theire
accompts did tell the said Englishe comander that they (meaneing himselfe
the producent and the rest of the Armenians now clayaminge goods in this
Court) had about 70 bales or peaces of goods there for theire owne




on the same day Examined.

Rp. 2.

Hoÿar Seser of the Cittie of Spawham in Persia
Merchant aged 46 yeares or thereabouts sworne
and Examined.

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith ánd deposeth That att such
tymes as the producent and the rest of the Armenians (clamyeming
goods in this court) did Lade his and theire respective goods abord the
shipp at