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but under dutch masters) have gonne hence for ports of under [?the GUTTER]
dominion of the said king of Spaine, but the names of such shipps
or masters hee alsoe doth not remember as hee saith, but hath [XXX GUTTER]
the said shipps were bound some for Malaga some for the Canaries and others for other
places, laden with pipe staves, staffs and other goods, And otherwise
hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the third hee referreth him selfe to the declarations and
proclamations of this Commonwealth touching the matters arlate
and otherwise cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that after the said shipp had remained
about three monethes to and againe sometime before the coast of fflanders
sometime before Galicia and thereabouts and towards [XXXXX] and shee [XXXXXX GUTTER]
set saile from before the [?fore of Mardike] on the 22th of
November last (new stile) bound for Saint Sebastians, during all which
time this deponent was commander of her and for the most part
on board her. But touching merchandizes hether imported from
Spaine or any ports of that dominion within the times producent [XX GUTTER]
hee saith hee doth not knowe to whom the same or any of the[XX GUTTER]
were here delivered, And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition, to which
hee referreth him selfe hee doth not remember nor can answere
[?Carol] Alteras [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Colonel Cock.
The nineth of July 1656.
Robert Browning against Adrian}
Vanderpost and Company. R}
Examined upon the libell.
Thomas Browning of Wapping in the County of
Middlesex Mariner, aged 35 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and exámined.
To the first article hee saith and deposeth that hee well kn[?ew GUTTER]
and was master of the shipp the ffortune arlate from the first of
May 1654 to the 14th day (or thereabouts) of Aprill 1655, at
which time shee was cast away, and saith hee this deponent by
the order and to the use and with the moneys of the arlate Adrian
Vanderpost, Joseph Tilley, Robert Cordell and company bought the
said shipp in or about the moneth of Aprill 1654, and on the
first of May 1654 this deponent was put in possession of her
as master of her by the said persons and their order and thereby
hee well knoweth them to have bin for all the time aforesaid
owners of her, and of her tackle and furniture
To the second and third articles hee saith and deposeth that
the tenth day of May 1654 the arlate Adrian Vanderpost,
Joseph Tilley, Robert Cordell and Thomas [?Browning GUTTER]