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Captaines, and if they doe not, they are subject to be put out
of their places./:

To the 3.d hee saith that hee knoweth not by whose order the
said Winter did doe the foresaid things, but verily beleeveth that
the said Whetston countenanced the said Winter therein.

To the 4.th hee saith that hee this Deponent was not one of those
that seized upon the said Winter neither doth hee knowe
how hee was seized or what was taken from him./:

To the 5th hee saith that none of the goods whatsoever that were
in either of the said seized Ships came to the hands of this
rendent and further cannot Answer/:

To the 6th hee saith hee knoweth nothing of the Person

To the 7.th hee saith hee knoweth not how long the said Winter
was in Custody. and otherwise negatively./.

To the last hee saith that hee never sawe the Instructions
Interrate read or delivered to the said Winter:/:

Repetit coram duo Judicante.


15 July 1660.
My Account made up htherto to the Judge and Register.

The 30.th of July 1660./: [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the said Allegation./.


Jeffrey Peirce of Horsey downe in
the County of Surry mariner late Comander
of the Guiney Frigot aged 37 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and Examined:/:

To the first of the said Articles hee saith that it is publique
and notorious that for all the yeere 1658. and for some yeeres
before, and some time since there hath bin warr and hostility
at Sea used and practised betweene the English and Spaniards
and they have during the said warr taken and seized the ship
and goods of each other as Prize, and soe much is well knowne to
the arlate william winter./

To the second hee saith that for and during all the yeere
1658 Captaine John Stoakes was (by the then authority of this
Nation) Admirall or Comander in cheife in the medeterranian
Parts of a Squadron of Ships consisting of Tenn saile, one of
them being called the ffairfax ffrigot, and hee the said
Stoakes had power to keepe them all together or divide them
as hee should finde most expedient and this hee saith is publique
and notorious being then an Officer in the said Fleete And further
cannot depose./.