HCA 13/69 f.3r Annotate
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The Lord Protector x:r against the
XXX, Richard Richardson XXX
The 11th of Aprill 1654.
Josias Harrison of dunwich in Suffolk
apprentice to Samuel driver of the
same, aged 12 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith that the fishing boate
or barque arlate the Sus?tan coming about five dayes since
from Walserwich for this port of London laden with butter and
cheese to be there delivered was neere the Spietes met with a
and taken by a dutch shallop a man of warre subiect to the
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