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and of those who were as aforesayd in Actuall ffight against the English
And he saith, he is well assured that the Masters and Company of the
sayd respective shipps schedulat did take notice of the sayd fight for
that they tacked about in assistance of the Hollands Men of warr as
aforesayd, and afterwards fledd from the Elizabeth; And they so
fleeing were fallen upon by the Elizabeth and taken by her, but
did not strike to her till she had made severall shott against them.
And otherwise he cannot depose saving that he everily beleiveth that
the Masters and Companyes of the sayd severall shipps did and doe
well know, and could not but observe and take notice that the sayd two
shipps of warr that so fought the Elizabeth as aforesayd were Hollands
Men of warr.
To the ninth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd shipps
schedulat being subdued and come by the Lee of the Elizabeth, the foresayd
Captaine Myngs commanded their boates aboard him, and secured about 18.
of their maisters, and manned four of their vesssells, but whether any
gunnes were primed and [?Lingstockes] lighted standing by them in the
sayd vessells he cannot depose.
To the eleventh article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that there was not
any English shipps besides the Elizabeth within shott of the sayd shipps
schedulat, or any of them untill they had yeilded to the Elizabeth frigot
and were subdued by her. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the twelfth article of the sayd allegation he saith he cannot depose.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]