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premisses this deponent knoweth to be true being master Captaine or
Commander of the sayd shipp. and further he cannot depose.

To the second article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that he this
deponent being Captaine or Master of the sayd ship now called the Dorset
but formerly called the Saint Jacob of Dunquerke did about the middle of
the month of November 1652 sett sayle with the sayd shipp from
Dunkirke and upon the 17th day of December or neere about that tyme
did arrive with the said shipp and Companie thereof att Cowes in the Isle
of Wight. And saith that he this deponent and his shippes Company were
then in the true and actuall possession of the sayd shipp as Captaine and
Mariners thereof for and on the behalfe of the sayd Emanuel de
Croiz And otherwise cannot depose

To the third article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd shipp in
controversy now called the Dorsett att the tyme when she so came into the
sayd Port of the Cowes and for some tyme after was called and knowne
by the name of the Saint Jacob of Dunquerke; And saith the sayd shipp so
called the Saint Jacob of Dunquerque, and the shipp now called the Dorset
and which some tyme before her being called the Dorset was called
the Robert was and is one and the same shipp and not diverse, which
this deponent knoweth being the Captaine or master of her And otherwise
he cannot depos.

To the 4th article of the sayd allegation this deponent saith that the sayd shipp before
she came to Cowes did belong to Dunkirque and came from thence in November
1652 And this deponent was then Master or Captaine of her and was [?XXXX]
appoynted so to be by the sayd Emanuel de Croiz the owner thereof And
accordingly this deponent hath bene and is and ought to be the Captaine
Master or Commander of the sayd shipp. And further he cannot depose.

To the 5th article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that he had
knowne the arlate shipp the Dorset formerly called the Saint Jacob of
Dunkirke from the tyme of her first building att Duinkerke and he
hath knowne most of the voyages that ever she made and never [?knew]
or heard that she was in the Port of Cowes before the sayd moneth
of December 1652, and saith he never saw the arlate James Taswell
before his arrivall att Cowes, And saith since his arrivall there he
heard the sayd James Taswell say that he never saw a more hansome
built shipp than the sayd shipp now called the Dorset, but then called the
Saint Jacob of Dunkerke, for all which reasons this deponenent verily
beleiveth that the sayd James Taswell never saw the sayd shipp
before her arrivall att Cowes in the sayd moneth of December 1652 And
further he cannot depose

To the .6th he saith that when the sayd shipp came into the port of Cowes
as aforesayd which was in the moneth of December 1652 and
continually since the sayd Emanuel de Croiz had and hath the Lawfull and
true possession of the sayd shipp. And this deponent for all the sayd tyme
was and continued the Captaine and Commander of her, and as Captaine
and Commander of her had the possession of her for the use of