HCA 13/72 f.158v Annotate
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appurtanse and set her out from Ostend and constituted this deponent
commander of her, who had the Commission or Patent of don [John GUTTER]
of Austria for the said warlike designe, which Commission hee
delivered to the English Captaine that tooke his said frigot, which
taking of this deponent and his frigot and company was done
of or neare lack Nesse the 17th (old stile) of this
moneth by the Adventure frigot in the service of this Comm[onwealth GUTTER]
after this deponent had taken a small vessell of ffoy laden
with pilchards, fifteene hogsheads of which pilchards this
deponent had aboard his said frigot when hee was soe taken.
To the second hee saith there were six ffrench man aboard
him when hee was seized, five whereof were put ashore by
the English Generall after the seizure, and the sixth (whose name
hee knoweth not) was brought in thether, hee being in the prize
but the other five taken into the English frigot before their
release, and that hee had noe English aboard. And
otherwise hee cannot depose
Jan Morratta [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Anthony Colard of Ostend Mariner late one
of the company of the said frigot the Saint Peter
aged 36 yeeres or thereabouts, sworne and
examined as aforesaid.
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith that about eight
weekes since the said frigot the Saint Peter came from Ostend
in fflanders under the command of his precontest John
Marat to on a warlike designe to take the shipps and goods
of English, ffranch, Portugeses and other Enemyes of the kinge
of Spaine, by vertue of a Commission from don John da Austria
and that about five weekes since they tooke a small vessell
of ffoy laden with pilchards, and set all the company on
shore neere Cauchet, and that on the 27th (new stile) of
this present moneth the said frigot with fifteene hogsheads
of the said pilchards in her was neare Blackknesse taken
by the Adventure frigot in the immediate service of this
Commonwealth, all which hee knoweth being one of the
Saint Peters Company. And saith there were noe English aboard
at the time of her seizure by the Adventure, but six or fr[anch]
all which were set ashore by the English commander
being first taken into the Adventure, but an old man (one
of the said ffranch) being at worke in the Peter and the [XXXX]
going suddenly away, hee was left in her and brought [up]
hether in her. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Anthone Colard [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]