HCA 13/70 f.301r Annotate
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arlate videlicet during the stay of the sayd Captaine
Stanton with his said man of warre in the Isle of Wight
heard him the said Stanton say that he would not goe to se, but would stay and
see what was or woudl become of the prizes he had
already taken, And further he cannot depose.
To the eleaventh article and to the schdeule therin mentioned he
To the twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth articles he deposeth
and saith that to his this deponents best remembrance
the wind was faire for the said shipp the Elzabeth to
have gone to sea upon her said imployment from the
Cowes (where shee lay) allmost all the months of January
ffebruary and March 1651 arlate if the said
Stanton would have gone, and that within that time
many shipps did from thence goe out to sea, of his
this deponents certaine knowledge And further he doth not
To the fifteenth article he deposeth that divers of the said
prizes taken by the said Stanton were laden with french wines
to the Number of about 600 Tonns, and that the arlate Rich
did order the said wynes to be brought for London, and that
they were contrary to the said Riches order kept and deteyned
by the said Stanton or his meanes at Cowes; And
that therby the said wynes leaked out and were perished
And further he cannot depose.
To the sixteenth and seaventeenth articles he deposeth and saith
that he this deponent was aboard the shipp Elzabeth the
man of warr arlate when a Trunck covered with Canvas
and mailed with Cords, and two bayles of linnen which were
taken out of the arlate shipp the flagg of Truro
by the said Captaine Staintons order were brought on
board the said man of warr, and that this deponent was
helping in carrying the said trunck into the great Cabbin
of the said man of warr and the said two bayles of
linnen into the Roundhouse by the speeciall order of the
said Stainton And further he cannot depose, saving
that the said Trunck was soe heavy that three men could
on shipp board but well carry it, And saving that the [#]
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sayd Captaine Staniton did on or about the one or two and twentith day of December 1651 being aboard
the sayd mann of warr from out of the said shipp the flagg of Truro a small baile
of silke or Tiffanyes, which her the said Stanton sayd was worth two hundred pounds./
To the Eighteeneth article he cannot depose.
To the nineteenth article and to the schedule therin mentioned
he saith he cannot depose.
To the twentith article he deposeth and saith that after the
voyage arlate was ended there were aboard the arlate man
of warr Eleaven gunns and other provisions as
powder and shott and other materialls, to the value
(as this deponent beleiveth) of about three hundred pounds
And further he cannot depose.