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Re[?minson] would (as hee said) send a vessell to receive the hides and Brazil
wood to be carried to Amsterdam, and about three dayes after such retourning
of the said Mollar there came (as hee saith) a fflute or vessell of the burthen
of one hundred and eightie lasts or thereabouts (commanded by Jacob M[XXXtz]
of Schadam) from the said Re[?iarson] to receive the said hides and
Brazil wood, and met the Santa Maria as shee was going towards Cales and they both came to an anchor and fell [?#]

[#] to taking out the hides and some
Brazil wood into the fflute, and
then by storme were forced back
into the said bay of Gilbraltar where
they fell to the same worke [LH MARGIN]

and saith that after about sixe thousand and two hundred of
the said hides and some of the said Brazil wood were put into the fflute, and
while their companies were busie thereabouts and intended to deliver out
the rest of the said hides and wood into the said fflute or vessell (called the Propatria)
there came the ffairfax frigot aforesaid (commanded by the said Captaine
St[?orey], and on or about the nineth of November last (new stile) seized
and tooke the said shipp the Santa Maria, and the said vessell the Propatria
with their said respective goods in them, and carried them to Tituan
roade, and there hee tooke all the said hides that had soe bin put
into the said vessell the Propatria and such Brazil wood as she had received
out of the said shipp Santa Maria, and with the said Brazil wood put part
of the said hides back againe into the Santa Maria, and tooke the rest
of the said hides out of the Propatria being (upwards of two thousand)
into his said frigot the ffairfax, and soe dismissing the said shipp the
Propatria emptie, carried the said shipp the Santa Maria and all her
said goods soe brought from the West Indias to Thylon, and there
delivered the said shipp the Santa Maria and all the said goods
(which were all that shee brought from the West Indias)
to Captaine Stokes
arlate, and there this deponent alsoe saw some of the said hides
that were soe taken into the frigot the ffairfax, taken out and
delivered ashore, but whether they were all delivered or not hee knoweth
not. but heard that severall of them were dlivered from the said frigot
aboard Newfound land men riding in the said port of Th[?u]lon
further hee cannot depose, saving
as aforesaid.

To the seaven and twentith article hee saith and deposeth That upon the
said seizure the said Captaine Story alsoe seized and tooke into his hands
all the papers, writings and dispatches of the Santa Maria, and amongst
them her said bills of lading for the said goods soe taken in at Santa
Domingo. the foresaid Charter partie soe made at Amsterdam for the said
voyage betweene the said von hulten and this deponent, whereof the
said first schedule is as hee saith a true copie, and alsoe this deponents
Seabrief made by the Magistrates of Amsterdam, a paper or ticket
of the said ships being visited upon her said proceeding from the said port
of Amsterdam, a passe from the said Magistrates touching the freedome
of the said shipp and lading, with bookes of Account, Invoices and other
documents or dispatches concerning her both outwards and homewards
lading, and having soe possessed himselfe of them, hee carried the
same with the said shipp to Th[?o]lon, and there delivered thgem to the
said Captaine Stokes, in whose hands this deponent saw them or most
of them, and the said Captaine Stokes still keepeth or hath disposed thereof
And further hee cannot depose.