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And saith he is a factor for English and Irish merchants and not for
ffrench or dutch merchants so far as this deponent knoweth or hath heard. And
otherwise saving his foregoeing depositions he cannot depose.
To the .15. he saith the sayd shipp Saint Peter was att the tyme of her seizure in
the possession of dutch men subiects of of the States of the united Provinces
and her Company were most of them subiects of the sayd States. and she
and her lading would have gone to Nantes in ffrance if they had not beene
surprized as aforesd.
To the .16. he saith Daniell Archer did informe this Rendent that the producent
had sent him order to clayme the moneyes now in question, and this Rendent
beleiveth it to be true that the sayd Mr Archer hath such order. and
otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 17. he saith the sayd Daniel Archer is an Irishman and noe ffrenchman
nor subiect of the ffrench King, and as this Rendent hath heard hath
bene about a yeare and an halfe in England, and was in ffrance about
6 yeares agoe, but when hee came last from thence this Rendent knoweth
not. And otherwise he cannot depose.
Reoeated before Doctor Clarke
and Doctor Godolphin
Thomas Martin [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The eighth day of October 1653
The Clayme of Joseph Markes and John}
Baptista Margarita and others merchants}
of Spayne and subiects of the King of}
Spayne for their goods lately laden on att}
the Island of Palma in the Canaries}
and Cast on shoare in the shipp the}
ffortune whereof Phillip Duncar was Master upon the Coast of Cornwall.}
Examined upon an allegation upon the behalfe
of the sayd Claymes
Philip Duncar of Antwerpe in
Brabant Mariner Captaine or Commander
of the sayd shipp the ffortune, 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 and deposeth that
in the monthes of June July August and September last past and
before and since hee this deponent was and ought to be the true
and law full Owner of the sayd shipp the ffortune the tackle and
furniture, and was in the sayd tyme master and Commander of
her, and saith he bought the sayd shipp for ready moneyes about
a yeare agoe att Hamburgh. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the second article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
in or about the month of August 1653 last past the sayd shipp the ffortune
was and remayned att or neere the Island of Palma, and during her
abode there the arlate Joseph Markes, John Baptista Mogarita
and Company all Spanish merchants and subiects of the King of