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whereof one Captaine Lemman was Comander; And saith that
at the same time that the said three ships lay in the said Roade
there was alsoe a Dutch ship there lying called the Moone
whereof one Vander hulst was Comander And the said
Andrew Gribble this deponent and the said Captaine Lemman
went together aboard the said Dutch ship the Moone, and that the said
Andrew Gribble upon his Coming aboard her, in the presence
of this deponent and the said Lemman. told the said Captaine
Vander hulst that hee the said Gribble was an Englishman
and was Comander of the ship the Paragon, which ship and
Lading belonged to Englishmen, and was bound to Dartmouth
And desired thesaid Captaine Vander hulst to take
the said ship the Paragon and her Lading under his
Protection, and to Convoy her in her Course for Dartmouth,
or to that effect. And saith that the said Captaine Vander
hulst. thereupon made answer and told the said Gribble in
the presence of this deponent and the said Leman, that according to
the Articles of Peace, made betweene England
and holland, hee was bound to Conduct the said Gribble and his ship and
Lading. And did Promise, and undertake to Convoy the said
ship, the Parragon, and her Lading in her Course to Dartmouth
And did further Promise and undertake to Protect and Defend her
from the Enemy, or to that purpose, And saith that the said
Captaine Vander hulst did then Cause one of his
Officers to drawe up a Writing which the said Vander hulst signed
with his owne hand which writing. purported that the said Gribble
should keepe Convoy as neere as hee Could with the said
ship the Moone. And the said writing being done, and signed,
and the said Vander hulst having undertooke. to protect
Convoy and Defend the said ship Paragon and her Lading
in he Course to Dartmouth the said Gribble gave
the same Vander hulst a ffrench Crowne, and hee the said Vander hulst
received and accepted of the same: And further deposeth

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.

William Churchwood [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 25th day of ffebruary 1658:/

The Claime of John Caseby of London)
Merchant for XXX XXXX XXXX in the)
shipp the Saint Laurence (Peter Benniwysent)
Master) by Captaine Aylet in the Coventry ffrygot. Budd. ffrancklin)

Examined upon an allegation given in on behalfe
of the said John Caseby:/.


Peter Bimewijsennt of Hoorne in
North holland Mariner Master of the ship the Saint
Lawrence aged 30: yeeres or thereabouts sworne
and Examined:/.