HCA 13/72 f.149v Annotate
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whether this deponent shortly after went and there found her and went
aboard her, and found and knewe her to be the same vessell that was soe seized in Sunder land
by severall markes. And further hee cannot depose, saving
the said Wigoner and Company were and are all English
men and subiects of this Comonwealth; and persons well
affected to the Government thereof, and doe commonly
accounted, being all well knowne to this deponent.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing Deposition is true,
To the Interrogatories:/: [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that hee was aboard the Bachelor when
shee was taken by the Ostender, but not when shee was retourned
by the English ffrigotts, and saith there were noe goods (as
this Deponent beleeveth) put aboard the bartholomew after her taking
by the Ostender, to the time of her retaking, And otherwise hee
To the 2:d negatively: not beleeving that shee was anywayes
Imployed against the ffrench or English,/:
The marke [MARKE] of the said
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