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bee the lawfull and true Owners of her her tackle apparrell and furniture
And saith of his this deponents knowledge the sayd hoye since her building
hath for about three yeares last belonged to the Port of Yarmouth and
bin comonly reputed to belong to the sayd England Cheyney and Johnson
all Merchants and Inhabitants of Yarmouth as Owners of her, and that
they have during the sayd tyme usually sett her out to sea at their Cost
(as being Owners of her) upon severall voyages for their owne Accompt
and soe much is publique and Notorious among Merchants in Yarmouth
where they and alsoe hee this deponent live And further to this article
hee cannot depose./

To the 2 article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee being a neere neighbour
to the sayd England Cheyney and Johnson and much conversant with
them thereby knoweth that they did in the moneth of July 1657 arlate
sett out the sayd hoye from Yarmouth for Sunderland there to lade
Coles for their Accompt And saith that by letters of Advice which
hee receaved from Christopher Greene the Master of the Phenix
(a shipp who was alsoe taken by at the same tyme and by the same
Dunkirke or Spanish man of warr as the hoye the Indurance was) hee was
informed, as hee alsoe was by other letters of Advice from other person, that
the sayd hoye being safely arrived at Sunderland in the sayd moneth of
July and 1656 [CHECK NOT 1657] and having taken in some Coles there for Accompt of
her sayd Owners was while shee laye in the Roade there surprized
by a Spanish man of Warr either of Dunkirke Ostend or some other
of the King of Spaines Ports, togeather with such coles as shee had on
board and that about nyne or tenn houres after such her seizure
by the Spanish man of warr shee and her ladeing were rescued and
retaken by the Pearle ffrigott a shipp in the imediate service of this
Commonwealth of England and brought into the port of Scarborough
And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the third hee sauth that in his this deponents Judgment the sayd
hoye the Indurance is of the burthen of forty tonnes or

To the 4th hee saith hee well knoweth the arlate Mr England Mr
Cheyney and Mr Johnson and saith they are all English men borne
and subiects of this Commonwealth of England and soe commonly reputed And hee this deponent
hath knowne them to bee Inhabitants of Yarmouth for those fifteene
yeares last past and knoweth them to bee still Inhabitants there And
further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Interrogatorie [CENTRE HEADING]

To the sayd Interrogatorie hee answereth that hee hath noe Interest
in the sayd hoy the Indurance nor her ladeing, nor hath seene her
or her ladeing since her rescue and being brought to Scarborough And
therefore cannot further answer to this Interrogatorie/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/