HCA 13/68 f.14v Annotate
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To the 13 he saith that in case the sayd ship the Morning Star or Golden Starr
shall be adiudged prize he doth expect such benefit and advantage
thereby as by the Lawes and usages of the Commonwealth is [?occasioned]
to be allowed in such case to one serving in the same quality as this
Respondent did in the Advantage. And further advantage expects not and
otherwise he cannot depose.
Martin [?Band] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The Same day. examined upon the sayd allegation. [CENTRE HEADING]
Francis Pleasure of Rosemary Lane in
London Mariner aged four and twenty yeares or
thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined deposeth
and saith as followeth. videlicet.
To the first article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd shipp
Goldon Starr or Morning Starr and her lading were taken in fight by
the Advantage frigot and Waterhound arlate upon the English Coast
which he knoweth being one of the Company of the Advantage and otherwise
saving his subsequent depositions cannot depose.
To the second he saith the sayd ship and lading were so taken on or about
the 23th day of ffebruary 1652 last past off of Beachy about two leagues
from the English shoare which he knoweth being present att the sayd seizure
and otherwise cannot depose.
To the third article of the sayd allegation he saith that att the tyme of the sayd
seizure and for many monthes before and since there was and is
open warr and hoslity betweene this Commonwealth and the States of the
United Provinces and their subiects, and the same was notorious and
well knowne as he believeth att Cadiz and other places in Spaine and
in fflanders and other parts beyond the seas and to the Captaine
and Companie of the Golden Star. And otherwise he cannot depose
To the fourth he saith the sayd shipp the tyme aforesayd steared her
Course upp the English Channell Eastward. and otherwise cannot
To the fifth article of the sayd allegation he saith that the sayd Golden Starr
being under sayle upon the English shoare as aforesayd was haled or
called unto by the Advant
Francis Pleasure of Rosemary Lane in London Mariner aged four and twenty yeares
Morning Star or Golden Star