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a peece of kersey of twenty two yards and an halfe
alsoe Callicoes, Brandywynes, waxe, hides, paper, swords
and bookes, and wearing apparrell. In all to the valew
of twenty pounds Lawfull English money Of all which
aforementioned and specifyed goods as well he this deponent
as the sayd John Blake were by the said Prince Rupert
and his Confederats dispoyled, and the same were taken
away from, and are yet quite lost unto him this deponent
and the sayd John Blake.

Thomas Davies./. [CENTRE HEADING]



John Blake late Captaine of the shipp the ffreindshipp
of the parish of Rederith in the County of Surry, Mariner
a wittnes sworne before the right worshipfull
John Godolphn Doctor of Lawes One of the Judges
of the high Court of Admiralty deposeth and saith as


And he further saith and deposeth that
the interrate Thomas Davies did lay out and disburse thirty
pounds Lawfull English money or thereabouts before the said shipp went
from this Port of London on her said voyageunto
Guiney in necessaries for himself and other wares and merchandizes
for his owne Accompt, and that the proceed thereof was
alsoe taken and seized with the sayd shipp, All which sayd
goods and merchandizes prementioned of this deponent, and alsoe
the proceed of the sayd thirty pounds or thereabouts layd out and expended
here in England by the sayd Thomas Davies were and are all
lost aswell to him the deponent as to the sayd Davies./



The first day of November 1655/ [CENTRE HEADING]

On the behalfe of Allen Reynardson George}
Robinson and William [?Moy] and other}
Merchants tradeing for Porto Port}
in Portugall touching their losses}
there occasioned by the King of Portugall}

Edmond Pyrton of Marke Lane
London Merchant aged 33 yeares
or thereabouts sworne before the
right Worshipfull John Godolphin doctor of lawes
one of the Judges of the high Court of Admiralty
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./