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produced, sworne and examined he deposeth as
To the first article of the sayd Libell he deposeth and
saith That he very well knoweth the shipp arlate
sometimes called the ffortune of the Sea and now called
the Post, and that the arlate Philip Richaut and
Company were in the months arlate videlicet in the months
of November, December, January and ffebruary
1653 English stile and alsoe before and at theis present
are and ought to be (as he beleiveth) the lawfull Owners
and Proprietors of the sayd shipp and her tackle apparrell and furniture The premisses he
deposeth for that he was furing all the arlated
monthes Master of her, and did a good while before that
namely in the yeares 1651 buy the sayd shipp for the
account of the sayd Philip Richaut and Company
At Ostend And further he cannot depose.
To the 2d article he deposeth and saith That in the month
of ffebruary 1653 arlate the sayd shipp then called the
ffortune of the Sea and now the Post, was sett out
and imployed upon a voyage from this Port of
London to Roane in ffrance by and for the
account of the arlate Philip Richaut and Company
the Owners of her and that the said shipp did of
this deponents knowledge (being then Master of her)
arrive in the said month of ffebruary 1653 at Roane
in ffrance in safety for the use and account of the Owners
arlate And further he cannot depose.
To the third and fourth articles of the sayd Libell he deposeth
and saith that the said shipp being soe safely arrived at
Roane for the use and account of the arlate Philip
Richaut and Company, she was in the said month of
ffebruary 1652 arlate seized upon by some ffrenchmen
and by them detayned from the sayd Richaut and
Company the Owners of her, and that he this deponent
being then Master of her, and putt in by them the
sayd Richaut and Company the sayd Owners of her was
turned out of possession of her, And he further
deposeth that the said shipp doth at this rpresent lye
in the River of Thames, The which he well knoweth for
that he was on board her on this very day in Saint Katherins Dock and that the
sayd shipp sometimes called the ffortune now the Post, which lyeth
under arrest out of this Court at the suite of the
arlate Richaut and Company) is the very same shipp
that he this deponent went Master of to Roane for the
account of the arlate Richaut and Company the Owners
of her and was there seized on as aforesaid, And further he cannot depose.
To the fifth article he saith that the arlate shipp was
arrested (as he beleiveth) by vertue of a warrant out of
this Court, And further referring himselfe to the
REgistry of thos Court he cannot depose.
To the last he saith his deposition is true./
Repeated before doctor Clerke.
pyetter [?Paulis] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Vide postea quoad interrie.