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shipps Company the voyages in question and a board her at her
seizure. And further hee deposeth not

To the 2 and 3 articles of the allegation hee saith that by ?reason hee
went the voyage in question hee knoweth the arlate Alderman Ricard
and others English Merchants of the Turkey Company did take the sayd shipp
the lady ffrigott to freight for a Merchandizing voyage to be made from
London to ?Petrai and other parts beyond the seas to lade Currans and other
goods for their Account and bring them for London and there deliver them to
them or their Agents And saith the sayd shipp arrived safely at ?Polrao
Roade where the Agents of the sayd Alderman Riccard and
Company did lade and put aboard the sayd shipp for their Account
one hundred and sixty Tonnes of Mahalaga and Petrao Currans
videlicet one hundred and thiry of Nathaligo and thirty Tonnes of Petrao Currans
to be transported for London and there delivered to them or their Agents And
further hee cannot depose not knowing what other goods or money were
put aboard her for their sayd freighters Account, but knoweth there
were other goods beside the sayd Currans XX some bales of silke and other goods
laden aboard the sayd shipp

To the 4th article hee saith that whilst the shipp the lady ffrigott remayned in peaceable manner
at Petras Roade with the sayd Currants and other her ladeing aboard her
videlicet the fowerteenth day of November one Thousand six hundred fifty
eight there came into the sayd Roade a shipp of warr of about one hundred
and fifty tonns and named (as be the Gunner of her and one of the Mates of
her who were both dutch men and could speake good English and by others of her
Company Italians which language alsoe this deponent can speake and understand this
deponent was informed) the Santa Cruse ffrancisco Stale Captaine which shipp hee saith had
when she came in a white Ancient in her poope and made as if she would
have Anchored neere the sayd shipp the Lady ffrigott but coming neere
the sayed ffrancisco Stale and his Company in a hostile manner with
swords and gunnes and other Instruments of warr boarded the sayd shipp
the lady ffrigott and wounded her Captaine Captaine John Hosier
and this deponent and severall others of her Company to the number of
five or sixe and surprised her and her ladeing of Currans and
other goods and dispoiled her and her ladeing of Currants and
other goods and dispoiled the Owners thereof of the same and
converted it to the use of the sayd Stale and his Company And further
saving his deposition to the subsequent arles hee cannot depose

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee
this deponent understanding Italian did after the sayd shipp of warr
the Sante Cruse had surprized the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing in manner
aforesayd heare severall of the Santa Cruse her Company (Italians) sayd
that and acknowledge that their sayd shipp Santa Cruse belonged to
Genoa and was [?XXXX] and sett out thence by the arlate Hippolite Cen-
turioni who alsoe as they sayd sett out two other shipps of warr thence who came
thence in Company of the Santa Cruse, and that the Commander of the
Santa Cruse had before hee seized the lady ffrigott and her ladeing taken
some mariners and souldiers out of the sayd two other Genoa shipps
the better to enable him to surprize the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing
And saith the greatest part of the Company of the Santa Cruse who
made the sayd seizure were Italians and as they acknowledged belonging
to Genoa and further to these articles hee cannot depose

To the 7th hee saith that after the seizure of the Lady ffrigott and her
ladeing hee alsoe heard severall of the Santa Cruses Company say and
acknowledge that the Santa Cruse was sett out from Genoa by the said
Hippolito Centuriani as a man of warr against the Turkes, and had