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To the 9th 10th and 11th articles of the sayd allegation hee cannot
of his certayne knowledge depose thereto for that hee this deponent
was gone from the Groyne before the wines arlate or any part
of them were taken aboard the Elizabeth out of the Mary and
Joyce this deponent being before that [?time] passenger in a fflemish
shipp for Rochell, But beleeveth divers of the sayd wines were
put aboard the Elizabeth arlate and shee surprized with them
aboard her by some ffrigott or shipp belonnging to the Common
wealth of England for that after hee came home from Rochell
to London hee sawe the sayd Shipp Elizabeth lyeing in the River
of Thames with a great many of the sayd Pipes of wine
which were laden at the Canaries aboard the Mary and Joyce
and surprized as aforesayd aboard her the Elizabeth and
saith hee being aboard the Elizabeth there sawe and observed [XXXXX XXXX] [?was] marked with the same markes as [#]


as are in the Bill of ladeing arlate and were upon the sayd
pipes when they were laden aboard the Mary and Joyce at the
Canaries, and thereby is well assured and verily beleeveth that
the sayd wines he soe sawe aboard the Elizabeth and were unladeing
out of her to bee put ashoare were the very same pipes of wine
soe laden aboard the Mary and Joyce at the Port of Oratava: but
how many pipes of the sayd 190 pipes were aboard the
sayd Elizabeth at her being in the River of Thames hee knoweth
[?not GUITTER]

And further
to those articles hee cannot depose./

To the 12th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee beleeveth
the arlate Alexander Ro[?e] was imployed by some persons to looke after
such prizes as should by the foresayd two men of warr who tooke the
Mary and Joyce bee surprized and brought into the Groyne, and to
Arme victuall and supply the sayd two men of warr for that this deponent
being brought a prizoner to the Groyne (where the sayd Roe then resided)
the sayd Roe seeing the sayd two men of warr come in thither spake
to the Captaines and Company of them and asked them how it happened
they came in from Sea soe soone whereto Bolart one of the sayd
Captaines answered and sayd they had made an
indifferent good saving voyage (meaning in takeing the Mary and
Joyce and her ladeing and another shipp called the Mayden head which was
in Company of the Mary and Joyuce) and that John Van Sluce's shipp
(which was the other man of warr) was fowle, and therefore they came
in to tallowe and clense their shipps, and for that the sayd
Roe allso went presently alonge with the sayd Bollart, and Van Sluce
aboard the Mary and Joyce to make fast her hatches to prevent her
being plundered by the Mariners of the sayd men of warr which were
aboard her, and for that the next day the sayd Roe and the sayd Bolart and
Van Sluce went againe aboard the Mary and Joyce and turned all
their Mariners out of her aboard their owne men of warr and
put some Gallizians or Spaniards of Groyne aboard the Mary
and Joyce and alsoe caused some Kintells of waxe and some pipes of