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but before they could finish there arose a storme, which constrained them both
to goe into the said bay, where (as afore said) they came to an anchor, and
being soe come to anchor, the shipps companie fell againe to worke to lade
the said hides and Brazil wood out of the Mary into the fflute, and saith
that the second night or thereabouts after such their comming to an anchor, and
while they were still busie about lading the said hides and wood into the
fflute, and after they had put above six thousand of the said hides and
some of the said wood into her, there came the ffairfax frigot belonging
to this Commonwealth and seized both the Santa Maria and the fflute and
the goods aboard them, and after taking by order of the ffairfaxes Captaine,
the goods out of the fflute part back againe into the Santa Maria, and
the rest into the said frigot, the said Captaine [??licensing] and sending the
said fflute away emptie, carried the Santa Maria and all the said lading
to Tolon, and put them there into the power of Captaine Stokes,
all which hee knoweth seeing the premisses soe donne. And further
To the 27th hee cannot depose.
To the 28th hee saith that forthwith after such comming of the Santa Maria
and her lading into the power of the said Captaine Stokes, her bulke was
broke, and her goods taken out and landed by such as were imployed by the
said Captaine on his authoritie, this deponent being present and seeing
the same. And further cannot depose.
To the 29th hee saith that all the said goods soe brought from Santa domingo
were aboard the said two vessells the Santa Maria and the fflute, and camw all
upon the said seizure to the hands or possession of the said Captaine of the
ffairfax, and were by him carried to Tulon, and there they came and were
disposed of by him and Captaine Stokes. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 31th hee cannot depose.
To the 32th hee cannot depose.
To the 33th hee saith the said shipp Santa Maria upon such her comming from Santa
Cruse intended for Amsterdam and thither hee hee beleeverth her said hides and
Brazil wood had bin sent and arived in case the said seizure had not happened
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 34th hee saith the said hides, Cacoa, Brazil wood and ginger, were the
proceed of the said outward cargo soe carried to Santa domingo, and otherwise saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose.
To the 35th hee saith that in case the said shipp the Saint Maria and her lading
had belonged to Spaniards or subiects of the king of Spaine, shee might and
undoubtedly would have bin carried to Cadiz or under command of Fibraltar,
and not by sea lying out in the said Roade, have given any oportunitie of
seizure by any English. And further hee cannot depose.
To the 36th hee saith the said shipp was built at Amsterdam, where this
deponent saw her masts and other materialls fitted and put aboard her after
her launching, and saith her owners are Amsterdammers and hamburgers
and subiects of those places.
To the 37th hee saith the said John Mollar is a hamburger borne, and
there this deponent knew his father living, and till this voyage the said Mollar was dwelling
with the said van hulten at Amsterdam. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 38th hee saith the arlate John van lynen commander of the Saint Marie
is reputed a native of the State of hamborow, and this deponent hath knowne
him seaven or eight yeares, during which hee lived at hamborowe