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Contrary wind, and being upon a course back againe to Dover which
was the port from whence she came, She the sayd shipp Leopard formerly called
the Blackbusse was mett withall by a private Caper belonging
to Captaine Phillips aforesayd commannded by one Evrington who upon
sight of this deponent after he was brought aboard his shipp of warr
dismissed this deponent and the sayd shipp Leopard well knoweing and
accordingly declareing that the Leopard was a free shipp, and accordingly
the sayd shipp Leopard came and arrived att Dover her selfe, on or about the 4th
day of October last past. And saith that after the sayd shipp Leopard had
layne quietly in this deponents possession in the Piere of Dover about 7 or
8 dayes longer and was now ready to sett sayle the second tyme she
was stayed and hindred from proceeding on her voyage by Mr De Laval
allegat. And saith that since the sayd shipp was so sold by the sayd Commissioners
for prize goods she never was att any Port but Dover nor ever out att sea
saveing as aforesayd upon the 2. 3. and 4th dayes of October, which he knoweth
for the reasons aforesayd: And further saith that the sayd Daniel Thyson
of the certaine knowledge of this deponent for about theis three yeares now past
hath bene and now is an Inhabitant and Burgher of Ostend and hath
for all the sayd tyme had his wife and Children and family there and
so hath att present, and was and is a subiect of the King of Spaine and
for and as such commonly accounted reputed and taken, which this deponent
well knoweth being a Burgher and Inhabitant of the same place
and well and very familiarly acquainted with him the sayd Daniel
Thyson. And further cannot depose.
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The same day [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the sayd allegation
Joris Johnson of Ostend Mariner steersman of
the sayd shipp the Leopard aged 48. yeares or thereabouts
a witnes sworne and examined deposeth and saith as followeth videlicet.
That in May or about the beginning of June last past He this deponent was imployed
and sent over from Ostend by the allegat Daniel Thyson for the buying
of a shipp att this Port of London for him the sayd Thyson with order
for that purpose to apply himselfe to the allegat Mr Arnold Beake
and saith that finding not any convenient shipp here by the order of
the sayd Arnold Beake he this deponent went to Dover and there
by the assistance of Michael de Haze allegat to whom he had
recommendation by the sayd Beake, bought the sayd shipp the Leopard
of and from the allegat Thomas Dawkes for about 360 pounds sterling
and accordingly the sayd Dawkes made a bill of sale of the same to
this deponent, but in trust and for the use of the sayd Daniel Thyson.
And saith that the sayd moneyes was furnished and payd to the sayd Dawkes
by the foresayd Arnold Beake or by order for part whereof the sayd Beake hath
bene satisfyed by the sayd Thyson in Hempe and other goods, and
the remaynder the sayd Thyson and sayd shipp remaine still lyable
to satisfy and make good; And this deponent for the more and better
security of the moneyes to the sayd Beake, did make a Bill of
sale of the sayd shipp to him the sayd Arnold Beake. And further saith that
the sayd shipp was formerly called the Black busse and was and is