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upon a Man of warr[e] voyage and designe by vertue of and upon
the Commission or Letter of Reprizall granted to the arlate Richard Allford
and the said Phillipps against the french King and his Subiects, And
saith that it was then agreed upon and betweene the said parties predeposed
that whatsoever shipps vessells goods or Merchandizes should bee
taken by the said shipp the Constant and whatsoever proffitts or moneys
should arrise or bee made thereby should bee shared and devided
betweene them the said George Searle the Elder John Searle, Isaack
Phillips and others there part adventurers in the said designe, alloweing to
the said Phillips and Allford one sixteenth part (as hee remembreth) of the
said proffitts to bee made for theire [?XXXXXX] and the rest to bee devided
amongst them (the thirds thereof to bee allsoe deducted for the Captaine
Master and Company then to goe out with the said ship); according to each
mans interest and prportion, But for the more particuler and certaine
parts or shares which the producent or any other in this matter concerned.) were
to have by the said Agreement hee saith hee cannot now call to remembrance
the same being made and done soe long since, and noe coppie a draughte
thereof being now shewed unto him, Whereby to bring the same unto
his memory againe. But sure and certaine hee is as hee saith that
such an agreement was made and into writing reduced and was afterwards
signed sealed and delivered by the said Phillip Searle and others the Adventurers
in the presence of this deponent and as hee remembreth of his
precontest Mr John White. And otherwise referreth himselfe
to the said Agreement or Writeing for further proofe heerein hee
referreth himselfe And further cannot depose.

To the 6. 7. 8. 8. and 10th articles of the said libell hee saith and deposeth
That within the tyme lillate hee saith that the said ship the Constant
in peruance of the said agreement made as aforesaid was sett forth
by the parties predeposed and did proceede to Sea under the Command of
the arlate William Harby as Captaine and this deponent as Master thereof
with which said ship severall ships with theire ladeing of goods and Merchandizes
were taken, as namely the Shippe the Concord alias the [?Endraigst]
laden with Sugars Sumack. and Maderas wines with which the ship were worth two thowsand
five hundred pounds sterling and upwards All which was condemned for
prize and came to the hands and possession of the said Phillips who disposed
thereof., Allsoe the Shippe called the fflower Pott with her ladeing
the vallew whereof hee cannot now call to minde which goods were allsoe as
hee beleeveth condemned and came to the Possession of the said Phillips; Allsoe the
Ship called the Saint Joseph laden with salt vinegar Prunes and other goods
of the vallew of about 900 li sterling besides the said ship. Allsoe the ship the
Dolphin laden with Rosen and other goods of the vallew of One Thousand
pounds sterling at the least. Allsoe the Ship called the Winter King
with her ladeing of Corne of the vallewe of about 600 700 li
sterling; Allsoe the Ship the Iland [XXXing] and her ladeing of