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To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent
was and is the Master of the arlate shipp the Nostra Seniora da Rosario
Saint Gonsalvo and was soe constituted for the voyage in question by the arlate
John Martines Cas[?caes] who is the sole Owner of her and of her
tackle and furniture and saith hee was not present in Brazeele at
the building of the sayd shipp but hath Credibly heard and verily
beleeveth that shee was built at ffarnambuco arlate in the yeare of
our Lord God one thousand sixe hundred fifty five by the order an
at the cost and charge and for the Accompt of the sayd John
Martines Cas[?caes] who was and still is her sole Owner and Proprietor
and for such commonly reputed./

To the 2 and 3 articles of the sayd alleagtion hee saith that the sayd
John Martines Cascaes did of this deponents knowledge at his owne proper
cost and charge furnish and sett out the sayd shipp the Nostra Seniora da
Rosario Saint Gonsalvo for the voyage in question (shee being a shipp of the
burthen of a hundred and sixty tonnes or thereabouts) and constituted
this deponent Master of her for the sayd voyage which was a voyage
from the Brazeele to Lisbone from whence videlicet from ffarnambuco shee sett sayle bound for Lisbone
the thirteenth of September last this deponent coming in her Master
of her And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 4th hee saith hee well knoweth the arlate John Martines Cascaes
and saith hee is a subiect of the King of Portugall borne at Vascaes
in Portugall neere Lisbone and living in Lisbone where his constant
aboad is and that hee was and is well knowne there to have bin a subiect
of the sayd King from his the sayd Martines his birth And further
hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith that the sayd shipp Nostra Seniora da Rosario Saint
Gonsalvo being in her course from ffarnambuco in Brazeele for Lisbone
with other Portugall shipps in her company shee and her ladeing, and alsoe
the other shipps in her company were seized on the fifth of November last by a squadron of Shipps
whereof one Gyles Johnson was Commander or ViceAdmirall
and saith the sayd Johnson and the mariners gave them selves out to bee
dutch men subiects of the Lords the States of the United Provinces, and
(as hee hath heard) the sayd Johnson and his shipp whereof hee had particular
Command was of Treveere in holland And the sayd Squadron having
soe seized the sayd shipp the Nostra Seniora da Rosario Saint Gonsalvo and
her ladeing they kept this deponent a prizoner aboard the sayd Johnsons
Shipp and put dutch mariners aboard the sayd shipp Saint Gonsalvo which