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did on or about that day sett sayle from Gravesend and safely arrived therewith
at Waxford in Ireland where shee discharged the same, and there tooke in
other goods and transported them safe in the sayd shipp to Nants in ffrance,
and there made a full discharge of them about the latter end of ffebruary
last 1656, and then tooke in other goods there and sett sayle therewith thense bound
for Corke in Ireland, and in her course thitherwards was upon or about the
the (sic) 13th of March last sett upon by a dunkirke man of warr and (after a
fight meynteyned by the sayd shipps company with the sayd man of warr
wherein the sayd Keeble the Master and the arlate John Lindsey were slayne
and severall others of the sayd shipps Company wounded) taken, and upon
the sayd shipps being taken the sayd Sandford and this deponent and divers others
of the sayd shipps company to the number of tenn were taken out of the sayd
shipp and put aboard the sayd man of warr, and there stripped and rifled
of all they had, And saith that the next day after such her being soe taken
shee was (as this deponent hath bin credibly informed) rescued and taken againe from such of the dunkirke
man of warrs company as were put on board her with intente to carrie
her to the Groyme, by a fffrigott in the imediate service of this Commonwealth
called (as hee hath heard) the Gainsborough ffrigott and by her her carried into
Plymouth with her ladeing which consisted of wyne salt rozin iron and
vinegar, and the sayd shipp and her lading (as hee hath credibly heard
and verily beleeveth is since restored to the Owners thereof and further to this
article hee cannot depose./

To the 4th article of the sayd allegation for the reason aforesayd videlicet for that
hee was Steward aboard her hee knoweth that the arlate humfrey Sandford
and the rest of the Mariners schedulate except the sayd Cooper did serve in the sayd shipp from
the tyme of her setting forth from Gravesend as aforesayd till her sayd
seizure, and hee saith they and the sayd Cooper did performe their duties according to their places And
hee saith the rates schedulate are usuall rates for mariners that serve
in the like places and offices and in the like shipps and voyages as the sayd
shipp the Elizabeth and dorothy And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith hee cannot depose saving hee saith the arlate daniell
Boswell was and is accompted a part Owner of the Elizabeth and dorothy/

To the 6th hee saith that the arlate Sandford and all the rest of the
Mariners schedulate (except the sayd Cooper who was shipped and entred
into whole pay at Portsmouth about tenn dayes after the sayd shipp
sett sayle from Gravesend) did serve in the sayd shipp in whole
pay from such her departure from Gravesend which was on or about the
sixteenth of October last till such her seizure which was upon or about
the thirteenth of March last soe that they were all save the sayd John
Cooper in whole pay fower moneths and twenty seaven dayes (as alsoe
was this deponent) and the sayd Cooper was in whole pay from the sayd
tyme of his shipping at Portsmouth till her seizure which was and is only
fower moneths and seaventeene dayes And further