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which shipp shipp (sic) (as this deponent was afterwards informed
by XXXX XXXXX an ?Irishman and some others of her company who could speake English) was called
the Santa Cruse and her Masters name ffrancisco ?Stale and
was a Genoa shipp and was there aXXXXdd and sett out
by Hippolito Centurione a Genoese, and came ?hence (as this
deponent was also by like men XX informed
in Company of ?two other men of warr sett out thence
also by the sayd Hippolito Centuriane, which Genoa shipp called
the Santa Cruse presently upon her comming into the Road of Petrao
made as if she would have come to an Anchor neere the
Lady ffrigott but when shee was come neere her the Captaine
and Company of the sayd shipp Santa Cruse did in a violent and
hostile manner sett upon the sayd shipp the Lady ffrigott with
Swords and gunnes and other warlike Instruments and
wounded the Captaine and six or seaven men of the Company of the
Lady ffrigott and by that meanes surprized her and her sayd ladeing
of Currans and other goods and money and dispoiled their Owners
of them and converted them to their owne use And hee farther saith
that hee this deponent was alsoe informed by a dutch man who was
gunner of the sayd shipp Santa Cruse and an Irish man who was one of
her Company who could both speake very good English that the Captaine
of the Santa Cruse had taken severall mariners and souldiers out
of the sayd two other shipps of warr which came in Company
of the Santa Cruse from Genoa, the better to enable them to surprise
the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing, And saith that at the tyme of
the sayd seizure hee did observe that most of the Santa Cruse her
Company who made the seizure were Italians and Genoeses And
saith that after the says Genoeses perceived that the sayd dutch
Gunner and the french [CHECK THIS IS NOT IRISH MAN] man and others of their Company coulde speake
English and had some conference with this deponent and
others of the Lady ffrigotts Company who were seized, they did
forbid them to have any discourse with the English; and put the
Lady ffrigotts Company in hold and kept them there in Irons And
further to these articles hee cannot depose

To the 7th article hee saith that hee this deponent and severall
other of the Lady ffrigotts Company were after their surprizall
told and informed by the sayd dutch Gunner and the sayd Irish man
and some other of the Santa Cruse her Company who could speake
English that the Santa Cruse was sett out from Genoa by the
sayd Hippolito Centurone upon a warlike designe against the
Turkes, and has bin a great while abroad and could gett noe
prize, and had therefore taken a Spanish Commission which
was to last only for a tyme, which tyme or the says ?Gunner and
Irishman and others of the Santa Cruse her company acknowledged
was expired two moneths before the seizure of the Lady ffrigott
and her ladeing, but withall say that they were resolved to take
any English shipp they could light on notwithstanding the expiration
thereof, And this deponent well remembreth that the
Captaine of the Lady ffrigott told this deponent that hee did at the tyme
of her seizure desyre the foresayd ffrancisco Stale Commander of
the Santa Cruse to show him his Commission by virtue whereof hee
was impowered to make seizure of the Lady ffrigott being an English ship