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Torr bay, and the Company of the Saint Antonio (as they sayd) makeing
resistance and assisting the sayd Lapper in the sayd rescue, had every
of them (as they sayd) a months pay given them by the Owners of the Saint
Antonio for such their service And hee saith had not the sayd shipp
Saint Antonio bin soe rescued and carried thence to Majorca (where
shee was as her company sayd sett out before her soe fighting with
and burneing and destroying of the Anne Pearcie and her ladeing
shee had not bin oimployed as a shipp of warr against the subiects of this
Commonwealth, nor soe burnt and destroyed the Anne Pearcye and her
ladeing And further hee cannot depose./

To the 7th article hee saith that in his this deponents Judgement the shipp
Anne Pearcie and her tackle apparrell furniture and Stock was
the tyme arlate worth five thousand pounds sterling at the least And
that the freight of her goods would have amounted to at
least a thousand pounds more of like money And that the Adventures
the Mariners of her had then aboard her were well worth five
hundred pound of like money and better./

To the 8th hee saith that in his this deponents Judgement the goods
aboard the Anne Pearcie the tyme arlate for Account of and belonging
to the arlate dethick, Browne, and Company were well worth
fifty thousand sterling and would have yeilded soe much or
more if they had not bin burned in manner aforesayd And
further cannot depose./

To the 9th hee saith that the arlate ffayrefaxe, LeGay, and company
by reason of the losse of the Anne Pearcye in manner aforesayd
have for want of the imploymen of her upon the designe shee
was then on, bin damnified (over and above the value of the sayd
shipp and her stock) the summe of three thousand pounds sterling
and better, in his this deponents Judgment and estimate And
further hee cannot depose./

the marke of the sayd
Thomas [MARKE] hitchburne [MARKE, RH SIDE]

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/


The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined on the sayd allegation/



Captaine Thomas Hare of Rederiff in the County
of Surrey Mariner Master of the Anne Pearcie
aged 35 or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth/

To the first article of the allegation hee saith that by reason he was
and went Master of the Anne Pearcie the voyage in question hee knoweth
that in the months and tyme arlate in the yeare 1656 the arlate daniell
ffayrefaxe and Isaack Le Gay and Company were then Owners and