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retaken and rescued from the sayd Brest men of warr by the arlate Captaine
Taylor Captaine of the Lizard ffrigatt in the imediate service of this Common
wealth and that shee was by him carried into Kingsale in Ireland upon which notice
the sayd Edward did ride over from Limbrick to Kingsale in the company of
this deponent and his wife and there found the sayd shipp the Trooper brought in
thither by the sayd Captaine Taylor with such part of her ladeing aforesayd
taken in at Limbrick, on board her, as had not bin plundered and taken out
of her by the sayd Brest men of warr and the sayd Captaine Tayler and his
Company of the Lizard ffrigott, And hee saith that after the sayd Edward Warr
his coming to Kingsale hee the sayd Edward Warr and the sayd Captaine Tayler and his
in the presence of this deponent had conference togateher touching the surrender and
redelivereie of the sayd shipp Trooper and her lading and the sayd Edward
Warr told the sayd Captaine Tayler that hee was informed by the sayd Ralphe
Allerton the Master and John Burt the Merchant of the shipp Trooper and some others
of her company that hee the sayd Captaine Tayler and his Company had taken
out of the sayd shipp Trooper goods (part of her ladeing taken in at Limbrick
as aforesayd) worth fower hundred pounds sterling and upwardsm and desyred
the sayd Captaine Tayler that hee would make restitution thereof either to him
the sayd Edward Warr, or leave them with the Commissioners for prize goods at
Kingsale, and that soe doeing hee would in the behalfe of him selfe and the rest
of the Owners aforesayd give and allowe to him the sayd Captaine Tayler or
to the sayd Commissioners for prize goods for his use, so lnge for the sayd
shipp Trooper and her ladeing according as the same should bee estimated and
appraised by indifferent men, with which offer the sayd Captaine Tayler seemed
to bee contented and promised to come againe to the sayd Mr Warr the next morning
but contrarrie to such his promise hee saith the sayd Captaine Tayler, did in
the night tyme before the next morning departe weith his sayd ffrigott
the Lizard from KIngsale and carried with him therein all such goods and merchandzes
belonging to the Trooper aforesayd as hee had taken out of her s(saving some part
thereof which hee had sold in the Towne of Kingsale) which hee soe did as this
deponent verily beleeveth out of a feare lest hee should bee called to
Accompte by the Commissioners for prize Goods at Kingsale' in whose
hands and possession hee had left the shipp Trooper and such goods as were
left on board her unpillaged by him selfe or the Brest men of warr And
further to these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 7th and 8th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith hee well
knoweth that after the departure of the sayd Captaine Tayler with his ffrigott
the Lizard from Kingsale aforesayd in manner predeposed the sayd Edward
Warr did repaire to the Commissioners at Kingsale for prize goods
and this deponent went alonge with him and well lnoweth that hee did from
them procure a discharge of the arlate shipp Trooper and her ladeing left
aboard her and gave caution to them to procure a discharge of the sayd shipp
and her ladeing out of this Court or otherwise to be answerable to them
the sayd Commissioners to that purpose, or to the like effect this hee the better
knoweth for that hee writt the sayd bond and was ingaged and bound there as
a suretie with the sayd Mr Warr for the true performance thereof which being
soe done the sayd Mr Warr did in the behalfe of him selfe and the rest of the
sayd Owners fitt and furnish the sayd shipp Trooper with such things as shee
should neede of and procured a cocket from the Cistome house of Kingsale for