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would become of the prizes he had already taken, before he
would goe out to sea againe And further he caanot depose
saving that he this deponent did see the arlate Robert
Rich in the Isle of Wight after the said shipps their
arrivall there and his this departure from thence.
To the 12th and 13th articles he deposeth that he this deponent well
knoweth being present at the Cowes where the arlate shipp
the Elizabeth lay all the month of January 1651 and
alsoe untill the midst of ffebruary 1651 arlate, that the
sayd shipp the Elizabeth might have gone out to sea, all or
most of the same time, for that he this deponent well
remembreth that there was but little foule weather, during
the time of him predeposed of And further he cannot depose
To the fifteenth article of the sayd allegation he deposeth and
saith that he was present and saw when the arlate Captaine
Stanton sent for and by his order there was taken out of the arlate shipp the flagg of Truro
a box or Trunck covered with Canvas and mailed with [?XXXs]
as is arlate, and that the same was carryed on board the
shipp the Elizabeth the man of warre arlate; And that he
this deponent was afterwards helping and assisting in taking
the said box or trunck from aboard the said man of
warre from out of the Captains Cabin there) and
putting her into the shallop that belonged to the said man
of warre and in delivering the same on shoare at East=Cowes
but Mrs Stanton the wife of the arlate Captaine Stanton
who lodged in the thouse of one Mr Newland at East=Cowes,
and he saith that the same was done in a night time, And
he further deposeth that he this deponent being amongst others putt on
board the arlate shipp the flagg of Truro for the preservation
of the goods; that there came on board her (on the very next
day (as he best remembreth) after the arrivall of the sayd
shipp and the other prizes at the Cowes) the arlate
Captaine Stainton and the skipper of the sayd shipp
and the sayd Captaine Stanton demaunded a certaine bayle
to the value of two hundred pounds as he then sayd having the markes of the sayd bayle
in a cocquett thereof, which he sayd he had and that on the next
day after he came againe and demannded the same, and
then had it delivered unto him, and that he carryed the
same away with hom, And further he cannot depose./
To the two and twentith article he deposeth that in all [?XXXX GUTTER]
if the arlate Stanton had gone out to sea in the month
of January arlate he might have taken one or more prizes
And further he cannot depose.
To the rest he is not examined by order of the producent.
To the Interrogatoryes./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatory he answeareth that when he this Rendent
was helping to stow in the victualls interrate, the interrate
Captaine Stainton told this Rendent that there were
victualls for about fower monthes, And further referring
himselfe to his deposition made to the sixth article of the allegation
he cannot answeare.
To the 2d, he hath not deposed to the effect interrate./