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seized the said shipp and cargo of goods and moneys, and carried them
into Malaga [?Mole], where the said goods and moneys were unladen
and disposed of by the Governours order and with the shipp [XXX]
confiscated, and soe were and are utterly lost to the owners
and the said John [?Steyhous] and John Woodward have lost their
said sixteenth part of the said lading by the said seizure, which
hee knoweth because hee went Sopra cargo of her and for the
further confirmation of the truth of the said losse of the said shipp hee referreth
himselfe to a certificate under the hands of mr Edmund Ma[?rten]
John R[?XXnes]s and other English merchants there resident dated the
twentieth of ffebruary 1656, new stile testifying the same. And lastly
that the said shipp did not breake bulke before the said seizure.

Thomas Moodie [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 19th of May 1656.

Complin against Brandling.}

Examined upon the foresaid allegation on the behalfe of the
said Brandling and others.

Rp. 3

7: 2: in A.12

Gilbert Waters of Ipswich Mariner, aged 42 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the third article of the said allegation (upon which alone hee is by direction
of the producents procter examined) hee saith and deposeth that
hee this deponent was one of the companie of the hoy the Primrose
for two voyages ending about two moneths before shee was lost
and then left her, and saith when hee soe left her about two moneths
before her losse in controversie shee was well and sufficienty furnished
and provided of all tackle apparrell and furniture fitt for such a vessell
and alsoe of sailes, cables, anchors, masts and all other appurtenances
And saith hee was aboard her afterwards at Ipswich about a moneth
after such his leaving her, and about a moneth before shee was lost
and then found and sawe that shee was soe well furnished fitted
and provided of all such necessaries and furniture aforesaid, as shee
had bin when hee soe left serving in her. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first and second hee saith hee was not in nor belonging to the said hoy
at the time of meeting with the storme and being lost as [?controverted]
And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the third hee saith there were three men and a boy of the said hoys
company when this deponent served in her as aforesaid, and soe [?many]
hee conceiveth shee ought to have (especially in the winter time) to
make a voyage betwixt London and Ipswich. And otherwise cannot answer

To the fourth hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 5th hee hath noe relation to any of the parties nor expecteth ought
nor hath bin talked with about his deposition.