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others (before their meeting with the dutch built vessell in question) by whom
they were informed that there was peace made betweene this
Commonwealth and the States of the United Netherlands and their respective
subiects, and had not any information at all to the contrary, but still
that all was a peace, and some ffisher[?men] said that Van Trump was
beheaded as one that had endeavoured to hinder the peace, all which this
deponent heard, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 4 hee saith that the dutch vessell in question which was met
withall by Mr Pibus and company in their said retourne,
was soe met withall off Shetland, and about two hundred leagues
from England, and the said Pibus only haled her to aske newes of
her, but did not make any fight with her, but only shot certaine
shotts wide of her to make her come by the lee, and saith the said
Pibus and company could not make any seizure of her, having noe
Commission in that behalfe, and should hee and company have adventured
to have seized her and to bringe her for England, and that the peace had
bin before hand made (as they had heard and beleeved) and that in
their cause they should have bin met with by any dutch men of warr
or other of that nation, they the said Pibus and company
should have bin liable to have suffered as Pirates, besides hee could
not have well [?spared] man to man her considering howe hee was soe bound
to keepe his shipp manned, and had any dammage or losse happened to
his shipp or goods by such seizure, hee had bin liable to his
Imployers for acting without Commission, and their order, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fifth hee saith that the master and company of the said
dutch vessell were almost quite destitute of victualls and provisions.
and therefore desired to barter and did barter and truck some goods
with Mr Pibus for victualls and necessaries, and freely and
voluntarily delivered and exchanged the same, And that there was nothing at all
taken from or out of the said shipp by force or against the liking of the
master thereof. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the sixth article hee saith and deposeth that the said Pibus and
company outwards bound that voyage, heaving up the anchor of their
said shipp Martha belowe Quinburough, did alsoe heave up a
small anchor and a peece of an old Junck, which as they [?XXXXXXed]
by the rottenesse and stinking of the Junck had laine there in the
water seaven yeares, and saith the same was carried to
Greenland in the Martha, where a hull man having neede of an
anchor, the said Pibus lent him that, and the said hull man as hee
hath heard was cast away afterwards and the said anchor lost, and
hee verily beleeveth the said Mr Pibus did not make any proffit
or benefit of the said anchor or Junck. And otherwise hee cannot