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and that their Captaine ffrancisco Stale had a little before hee seized
the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing taken mariners and souldiers out of
the sayd other two shipps of warr to enable him the better to take the Lady
ffrigott or any English shipps they could meete with, And that the sayd shipp
the Santa Cruse was sett out from Gennoa as a man of warr against the
Turkes and had taken a Spanish Commission which was to [?lXXX] only for
a tyme which tyme (as the sayd dutch men and Irish man acknowledged to this
deponent and others of the Lady ffrigotts Company) was expired some moneths
before shee seized the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing, but as the sayd dutch
men and Irish man sayd the Captaine and Company did saye and affirme
that they were resolved though their sayd Spanish Commission were
expired yet they would take and were resolved to take all English shipps
and their ladeing they could meete with And further to these articles hee cannot

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that in his this deponents
Judgment the shipp the Lady ffrigott and her tackle and furniture and
freight and stock and provisions on board her at her seizure aforesaid were well worth
two thousand pounds of lawfull English money and soe much at the least
in this deponents Judgment the arlate Swift Parker and Harris and other her Owners were damnified
by her being surprized by the sayd Gennoa man of warr called the Santa
Cruse And further hee cannot depose./

To the 9th article hee saith that the hundred and sixty tonne of Currans
laden aboard the Lady ffrigott for Accompt of the Turkey
Company freighters of the sayd shipp and seized in her as aforesayd
were at their seizure worth in this deponents Judgement and estimate
thirteene thousand pounds of lawfull English money, and would have yeilded
the sayd ffreighters soe much if they had not bin seized in manner afore
sayd And further hee cannot depose./

To the 10th and 11th articles hee saith that hee wel knoweth
being one of the Lady ffrigotts company as a foresayd and aboard at her seizure
that the arlate Captaine Hosyer and his Company of mariners had on
board the Lady ffrigott at the tyme of her seizure by the Gennoa man of
warr called the Sta Cruse goods Cloathes and instruments worth
in this deponents Judgement eighteene hundred pounds of lawfull English money all which the
Captaine and Company of the Santa Cruse aforesayd plundered and tooke
away from the sayd Hosyer Captaine of the Lady ffrigott
and his Company, and having soe done kept the sayd Hosyer and ?his
Company for some tyme prizoners in chaynes and afterwards turned
them on shoare in the Island of Chepalonia to shift for them selves
without allowing them either money or provisiones/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true



The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined on the sayd allegation./


John Cock of Redriff in the County of Surrey
Mariner late Quartermaster of the Lady ffrigott aged
forty yeares or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee goeing Quarter
Master of the Lady ffrigott the voyage in question knoweth that the arlate John