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Whereas Peter Sannders was master) at such time as shee was last set
out and proceeded from Plimouth upon a voyage for the Straights, which
her proceeding was on or about the fifth of October last past, and that
hee had knowne her about a yeare next before such her proceeding, And
further that the said shipp or vessell went from Plimouth to Naples where
shee arived in or about the moneth of december last past, and that from thence
shee went and arived at Zant shortly after in or about the same moneth,
and that from Zant shee set saile to retourne for England in or about the
moneth of January last past, all which hee knoweth because hee this
deponent in the shipp the Expedition of Plimouth (whereof George
Mathewes was master) went from Plimouth to Naples and thence to
Zant in the company of the said vessell the Alliceant frigot, and sawe
her departure from Zant for England the time aforesaid.. And saith
that the said shipp the Allicant frigot (which of his knowledge departed
in safetie from Zant, where hee was aboard her when shee was setting saile)
was as hee hath bin credibly informed, cast away by stresse of weather
on the coast of Sicilia and there lost about a weeke after such her
departure from Zant. Moreover hee deposeth that the said William
Mathewes the producent neare about a yeare before such proceeding of
the Allicant frigot from Plimouth, caused her to be built at Millbrooke
neare Plimouth and paid and defrayed the chardges of her building,
of the sight and knowledge of this deponent, who (being therein
imployed by the said William Mathewes) did pay severall summes of
moneys in providing materialls and otherwise towards the said building,
And when shee was finished hee the said producent sold one fifth part
of her to Stephen Trevill of Plimouth merchant, another fifth part to
William Treville of the same, and another fifth part to Nicholas O[?XX]y
of the same, and kept the proprietie of the other two fifth parts
in and to himselfe, and fitted out the said two fifth parts for the
above said voyage of this deponents sight and knowledge, and was sole
owner and proprietor of the said two fifth parts at the time of
such her departure from Plimouth and of her casting away,
and for the sole owner of two fifth parts of the said vessell the Allicant
frigot for all the said time from her building to her casting away hee
the said William Mathewes was commonly accompted and reputed.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Repeated before doctor Clerke and doctor Godolphin.
John Mathew [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]