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the true and lawfull Owners and proprietors of the arlate Shipp the Trooper
of Limbrick her tackle apparrell and furniture during all the tyme arlate, and hee this deponent was present and
did see the sayd Edward Warr Ralphe Wilson William King and daniell Bowman
pay parte of their money for their parts in teh sayd shipp her tackle apparrell and
furniture but what part each of the had in her hee knoweth not certainely, but verily
beleeveth they had every of them an eighth part thereof And further to this article
hee cannot depose/

To the 2 and 3 articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee being a Merchant and
living then at Limbricke in Ireland and being frequently conversant with the arlate
Edward Warr Ralphe Wilson and other the Owners of the shipp the Trooper aforesayd
well knoweth that the sayd Warr Wilson and Company did in or about the moneth
of Aprill last past fit and prepare the sayd shipp to goe from Limbrick to England
and thence to Saint Malloe in ffrance if trade might there bee had with freedome
and did in pursuance of the sayd designe lade on board the saud shipp
Trooper severall goods and merchandizes for their owne proper Accompt as hides
brasse tallowe and the like (which this deponent sawe laded on board the sayd shipp)
and saith the saud Warr Wilson King Bowman and Company did constitute
and appointe the arlate Ralphe Allartton Master of the sayd shipp for the
sayd voyage, and did constitute the arlate John Burt supracargo or
Cape Merchant and factor for the sayd voyage and ordered the sayd shipp (as
the sayd Warr and Wilson told this deponent) to touch at ffalmouth in England
and from thence to goe for Saint Mallowe in ffrance if it appeared to them at
ffalmouth that they might safely trade thither And further hee cannot depose
saving that the sayd Warr Wilson King Bowman and Company were commonly
accompted the trie Owners and Proprietors of the sayd hides brasse tallowe and
other Merchandizes laden aboard the sayd shipp Trooper at Limbrick as aforesayd
before her goeing forth upon the sayd voyage./

To the 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th and 9th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith and deposeth That
hee was not present on board the sayd shipp the Trooper during any parte of the voyage
in qestion and therefore cannot of his owne certayne knowledge depose to the whole
series and effect of the sayd articles but saith there was a common reporte in
Limbrick that teh sayd shipp Trooper and her ladeing were about two dayes after
her departure from thence taken at Sea by some Brest men of warr and from
them rescued and retaken by the arlate Captaine Taylor and by him carried into
Kingsale in Ireland where shee and her sayd ladeing taken in at Limbrick as aforesayd
at least soe much as was left thereof unplundered by the sayd Brest man of warr
and the Company of the sayd Captaine Taylor, were by the arlate Edward Warr
(as hee told this deponent and as this deponent alsoe heard from the sayd Ralph Allarton the
Master of the sayd shipp Trooper during the voyage in question) redeemed,by a discharhe
by him promised from the Commissioners for prize hoods there that the sayd shipp
Trooper might proceede on her sayd voyage, and hee alsoe saith the sayd Master
of the sayd shipp and alsoe the sayd Edward Warr told this deponent that the sayd Edward Warr haveing soe cleared the sayd shipp and
ladeing at King sale, shee sett sale from thence with intente to prosecute her
sayd voyage but was againe surprised by Brest men of warr and rescued
againe from them by the arlate Captaine Vessey, who brought her and her ladeing
into Corke in Ireland whether the arlate daniell Bowman upon notice
sent to Limbrick of such her second being rescued and brought into Corke