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To the .4.th he saith that Juan Dominico [?Marella], Diego Catannia, and
ffrancisco da ffran[?l] were the Brokers whom the sayd Newman and
Ayres ymployed to furnish necessaries for the sayd shipp, and the parties
to whom the moneyes for such necessaries were payd; And this deponent
saw the sayd Brokers send aboard the sayd shipps, cordage, ockham
Nayles, bolts, provisions of Victualls and other things the particulars
whereof or respective severalll summes paid for all or any of them, or the
names of the parties or persons who were present; or the occasion of them
being so present, hee cannot specify or sett forth. And otherwise cannot

Repeated before Doctor Clarke
and Doctor Godolphin.

Walter Hickst [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 3d day of October 1653

The Keeper of the Liberty etcetera against the
Golden Starr.

Examined uppon the sayd allegation


Robert Mill of Deptford in the County of Kent Mariner
Captaine of the Advantage frigot, aged two and
thirty yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne and
examined deposeth and saith as following videlicet.

To the first article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith that the arlate shipp
the [?Golden] Starr was chased fought with and taken upon the English coast
betweene Beachy and the Isle of Wight by the Advantage frigot whereof
this deponent was Captaine, and the Water hound whereof Giles Shelley
was Captaine both the sayd shipps being in the immediate service of this
Commonwealth, which this deponent knoweth being Captaine of the Advantage
frigott and present at the chase, fight and seizure aforesayd. And otherwise
cannot depose.

To the 2d he saith the sayd seizure fight and chase happened as aforesayd
off of Beachy within 5 leagues or thereabouts of the English shoare upon
the 23th day of ffebruary, 1652 last past. which he knoweth for the reason
aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 3d he saith in ffebruary 1652, and for many monethes
before and continually since there was and is warr betweene the Commonwealth
and the States Generall of the united Provinces, And so much was and is
publike and notorious, and was in ffebruary aforesayd and many monethes
before as he verily beleiveth and knowne and belived in Spaine and the P[XXXX GUTTER]
thereof and particularly att [?Cadiz]. and in fflanders Hamburgh, and other
ports and places beyond the seas, and well knowne as he also beleiveth to
the Master and Company of the ?Golden Starr afforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the 4th he saith the sayd shipp ?Golden Starr att the tyme of the chase aforesayd
was sayling in that way or course that lyeth and leadeth directly for [XX GUTTER]
Holland, whcih he knoweth for the reasons aforesayd, And otherwise cannot depose

To the 5th he saith and deposeth that upon the 23th day of ffebruary aforesayd
and about 7 of the Clock in the morning of the same day This deponent mett with the
sayd shipp the Morning Starr, and being at a good distance and out of
shott, caused the Hollanders Jack and Ancient to be putt out upon his frigot