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The 13th of July 1658

The claime of William Warren of London for thirtie}
pipes of Canarie wines laden first aboard a Certaine ship}
called the Mary and Joice (whereof Phillip Stafford is}
Master and afterwards the same being taken by Enimyes of the Commonwealth)
of England were taken out of the said ship and put aboard a Certaine}
ship called the Elizabeth whereof Isaac [?Michailson] is Master and since retaken}
by the Bryer ffrigot in the service of the Commonwealth Bud. ffranklin. Smith.}

Examined upon the
allegation given in on
the behalfe of the
said claimer.

Rp. 1:us

Phillip Stafford of the parish of Saint Olaves in
Southwarke Mariner, aged 34 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.

To the first article of the said allegation hee saith that the shipp
the Mary and Joice arlate (whereof this deponent was master) being
bound to goe from this port on a voyage for Tituan, Sally
and other places arlate, the producent william warren was appointed to be and did
goe sopra cargo of her, and that in or about June and July
1657 the said producent William Warren before her proceeding
hence did in this port lade and cause to be laded and put aboard
her some callicoes, or linnen and fowling peeces and other goods
which hee saith were carried out in the said shipp upon the said
voyage, and were for account of the said william alone or of him
and his brother Thomas, the premisses touching the said lading
hee knoweth, being master as aforesaid.

To the second and third articles hee saith that the said shipp having received
the goods departed in the said voyage from this port in or about
the nyne and twentith of July 1657, and came and arived at
the severall ports of Tituan, Sally, Saphia and Santa Cruz
Where the said William (going Sopracargo as aforesaid) did dispose
of some of his said goods, and invested the same in peeces of
eight bees waxe and other goods, and afterwards videlicet in or about the month
of January last the said shipp with the rest of the exported goods,
and such as were the produce of those disposed of as aforesaid,
arived at Oratavo one of the Canarie Islands, and being soe
arived, the said William Warren (who went from place to place
in her) did barter the said bees wax away together with some
other goods brought in the said shipp, and with the effects thereof
and of other goods and moneys that were for the account of
John Walker and other persons mentioned in the said third article
(all Englishmen and subiects of this Commonwealth) did [?soone]
after the said lading buy and provide fourtie pipes of Canarie
wines, and laded and caused the same to be laded aboard the said
shipp, lying in the port of Oratavo aforesaid for the account of him the said
William Warren and of the arlate John Walker, Edward Wigg
hugh Trevanian, henry Carpenter, John hayward and John
hollar, namely thirtie pipes for the account of the said
William Warren and the other tenn for the account of the said John
Walker and other persons aforesaid, thence to be transported and [XXXX]