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but the says Stale refused to shew the same And further to this article
hee cannot depose.

To the 3th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that the shipp
lady ffrigott and her tackle furniture and freight and stock and
provisions on board her at the tyme of her seizure aforesayd were
then in this deponents Judgement worth five thousand pounds
sterling or neere thereabouts and soe much hee beleeveth the arlate
Swift Parker and Harris were damnified by the losse of them by
reason of the surprizall aforesayd And further hee cannot depose

To 4th article hee saith that in her this deponents Judgement the
hundred and fifty tonnes of Nathaligo Currans seized on board the
Lady ffrigott and belonging to the arlate Alderman Ricard and Company
were at their seizure worth two pounds tenn shillings sterling a hundred
which a mounteth being computed to a very considerable summe
but saith at present hee cannot compute the same, and saith hee is
well assured that if the sayd Currans had not bin suprized but
come safe to London they would here have yeilded the sayd Alderman
Riccard and Company two pounds tenn shillings sterling a hundred
that being the usuall market price there

To the Tenth and 11th articles hee saith that hee this deponent being Cooper
and aboard at the seizure knoweth that the arlate Captaine Hoyser and
his Company had a board the sayd shipp the Lady ffrigott at the
tyme of her seizure in moneys and goods and Cloathes and instruments
to the value of twelve hundred pounds sterling at least all which
hee saith hee well knoweth were taken from him and them by the Captaine
and Company of the Santa Cruse aforesays and hee and they dispoiled and
deprived of them by the sayd Captaine and Company of the sayd man of
warr called the Santa Cruse who upon the
seizure of the sayd frigott plundered and tooke away all whatsoever
the sayd Captaine Hosier and his Company had and kept them
prisoners for some time in chaynes and afterwards turned them on shoare at the
Island Zephania to shift for them selves without allowing them
either provisions or moneys this he knoweth being one of the Company
as aforesayd and soe kept in chaynes and after ?turned on shoare in manner
aforesayd. And further hee cannot depose

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true

Lawrance Burr [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


Rp 2.

Richard Baker of Debtford in Kent Mariner
aged twenty yeares and upwards a wittness sworne
and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first article of the allegation hee saidth that during all the moneths
and tyme arlate in the yeares 1658 happening before the fowerteenth day
of November which was the day of her seizure, the arlate John Swift
John Parker John Harris and Company All English men and subiects of
the Commonwealth of England were and still ?aught to bee the lawfull Owners
and Proprietors of the arlate shipp the Lady ffrigott and her tackle apparell
and furniture And for such comonly reputed This hee knoweth being one of the sayd