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To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith and deposeth tha the arlate
Edward Warr Ralphe Wilson and Company videlicet William King Daniell Bowman Thomas
holmes Bartholomew Rice and Patrick Creagh and others whose names this deponent remembreth
not all subiects of this Commonwealth and all Inhabitants of Limbrick aforesayd except
Patrick Creagh who lived and liveth also not farr from Limbrick aforesayd during all the tyme
arlate were and are and ought to be true and lawfull Owners and Proprietors of the
arlate shipp the Trooper of Limbrick (whereof the arlate Ralphe Allerton was Master)
and of all her tackle apparrell and furniture and soe commonly reputed The premisses
hee the better knoweth for that hee was resent when the persons above named and others
of their Company bought the sayd shipp And further saving his sufficient deposition
hee cannot depose./

To the second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee this
deponent was and is a Merchant of Limbrick and was frequently Conversant the tyme
arlate with the sayd Edward Warr Ralphe Wilson William King daniell Bowman
Bartholomew Rice Patrick Creagh and others owners of the sayd shipp Trooper and
knoweth that they did fitt and prepare the sayd shipp the Trooper in or about the moneth of Aprill last for a voyage to be
made from LImbrick aforesayd to ffalmouth in England and thence to Saint Mallo's
in ffrance if trade might there bee had with freedome and to returne for Limbrick
aforesayd And saith the sayd Owners did in the behalfe of them selves and others of their
Company cause to be laden aboard the sayd shipp un the sayd moneth of Aprill last
as their owne proper goods and for their Accompts severall Merchandizes videlicet hides
sugar brasse tallowe and other Commodities and did constitute and place
aboard the sayd shipp as their Merchant or ffactor the arlate John Burt to
proceede on the sayd voyage and dispose of the sayd goods and Merchandizes for their
Accompt and with the proceede of them to relade the sayd shipp with such merchandizes
as hee thought fitting and returne therewith to Limbrick, the premisses hee the better
knoweth for that hee was present and sawe the sayd hydes sugar brasse tallowe and
other Commodities laden on board the sayd shipp allsoe sawe and was present in the
Custome house at Limbrick when the Owners aforesayd did enter into bond to the
Customers there to pay the customes due for the sayd Merchandizes soe laden, and
did likewise see a cockett under the seale of the sayd Custome house for all
the goods before expressed given to the sayd Owners, who did in this deponents presence
deliver the same to the sayd Ralphe Allerton whome they constituted Master of
the sayd shipp for the sayd voyage and in this deponents presence ordered him
in writeing, to goe with the sayd shipp to ffalmouth aforesayd, and from thence to Saint
Malloes aforesayd if free trade might there bee had And for true and lawfull
Owners and Proprietors of all the sayd goods and Merchandizes soe laden the sayd Edward
Warr Ralphe Wilson and Company were commonly reputed And hee this deponent
knoweth them soe to bee for that hee sawe them buy the sayd Marchandizes soe laden
for their owne Accompts And further to these articles hee cannot depose/

To the 4th 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith and deposeth that
hee this deponent liveth at Limbrick as aforesayd and knoweth that after the sayd shipp the
Trooper was soe laden with the goods and merchanizes aforesayd shee sett sayle from
Limbrick aforesayd with the sayd John burt her Marchant and the sayd Ralphe Allerton
her Master and his company intending to prosecute her sayd voyage according to the
instructions aforesayd And hee saith that of his deponents knowledge about
a weeke after the sayd shipps departure from Limbrick there came a letter
to Limbrick directed to the sayd Mr Ware and Mr Bowman from the sayd John Burt
Merchant with an other therein incloased from the Governour of the ffort at Kingsale
in Ireland (which letters this deponent hath seene and read) wherein was expressed
that the sayd shipp Trooper was about two dayes after her departure from
Limbrick taken by two Brest men of warr videlicet the arlate Captaine dillon and
Captaine Melldrum and that within lesse then forty howers after such her surprizall shee was