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the day when she and her lading were seized in manner hereafter
expressed) were as hee beleeveth and still ought to be the true and lawfull Owners and
Proprietors of the arlate Shipp the Lady ffrigott and of her tackle
Apparell and furniture, and for such were and are commonly Accounted And
further hee cannot depose

To the second and third hee saith that the sayd shipp the Lady ffrigott was in the
moneths and tyme arlate taken to freight by Alderman Andrew
Riccard and Company for a tradeing voyage from London to Petrao
and other parts beyond the Seas to lade Currans and other goods for their
Account and bring the same for London and there deliver them to them or
their Agents In order whereto the sayd shipp hee saith did in the
moneths and tyme arlate safely arive in Petras roade where and
at Ma?thaligo the Agents of the sayd Alderman Riccard and Company
laded one hundred and sixty tonnes of Currans of the growth of
Mathalagos and Petrao and divers other goods and money for their
use and Accompt to be transported for London and there delivered
to them or their Agents for their use And further hee cannot depose/

To the 4th 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that after
the Lady ffrigott had receaved the sayd Currans and other her lading
and the sayd moneys on board her shee lay peaceably at Anchor
therewith, in the Road of Petra?s, till the fowerteenth of November
1658 on which day hee saith hee well remembreth a certayne shipp
of about one hundred and fifty tonnes burthen manned for the
most part with Italians, and called (as this deponent heard a
dutch man who was Master of her and a dutch man who was gunner
of her and an Irishman who was of her company and could speake English saye after the seizure of the Lady ffrigot
and her ladeing) the Santa Cruse, whereof (as they sayd) one ffrancisco
Stale was Captaine came into Petras Road with a white flagg
on her poope and made as if shee intended peaceably to have Ancho-
red neere the Lady ffrigott but when shee came neere her the sayd
Stale and his Company instead of coming to an Anchor did in a
warlike manner with gunns swords and other Instruments of warr
violently assault and board the Lady ffrigott and wounded
the Captain of her and some of his Company (but how many
hee remembreth not) and seized the sayd shipp and her ladeing
of Currans and other goods and money and dispoiled the Owners thereof
of them, and converted it and them to the use of them the sayd Stale
and Company And hee saith that hee this deponent heard the
sayd dutch man and Irish man acknowledge and say before this deponent
and others of the Lady ffrigotts Company that the sayd shipp Santa Cruse
belonged to Gennoa and was manned and sett out thence as alsoe
were two other shipps of warr that came thence in her Company
by the arlate Hippolito Centurioni a Gennose and that the
sayd Captaine Stale did for the better enableing him to seize
the Lady ffrigott, a little before his seizure of her take about thirty
mariners and souldiers out of the sayd two other Gennoa men of
warr And hee this deponent saith that most of the Santa Cruse
her Company were Italians and as the sayd dutchman and
Irishman sayd most of them belonged to Gennoa And further
to these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 7th article hee saith that after the seizure of the Lady
ffrigott and her sayd ladeing and money the sayd two dutch men