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Ad 9um dicit that the said William Dennis Silvester [?DXX]
John Buckworth and Company and others aforesaid
Owners of the said shipp and Lading, have suffered
very Great losse and dammage (by reason of the said
seizure) in want of Imployment of their moneyes but
how much hee saith hee cannot Estimate./.

Ad 10um dicit that the foresaid Edward Berriman the Master
of the said ship and the Compan of her had onboard
her at her said seizure which were taken from them
by the said Seizors and they utterly deprived thereof Goods moneyes Cloathes Instruments
and other things and necessaryes to the summe or value
of two thousand Pounds in this deponents Judgement Et
alr nescit

Ad ult dicit quod predeposita per [?eXX] sunt vera

Repetit coram doctor Zouche:/:



Eodem die

Super Allone predict Examinatus./.


Edwardus Berriman de Limehouse in
Comitatu Middlesex Nauta annos agens 42 aut
eo circiter testis productus et Juratus
dicit et deponit prout sequitur:/:

Ad 1um Arlum dicit et deponit that for and durin all
the Months of Aprill, May, June, July and August 1659.
and untill and at the seizure hereafter mentioned
the arlate William Dennis Silvester Dennis, John Vu[?XXX]
Henry Spurstowe, Richard Boylestone and Company
all English Merchants and subjects of this Kingdome and well
Knowne to him this deponent were the true reall and Lawfull
Owners and Proprietors of the arlate ship the [?Reformation]
and of her tcakle Apparrell and furniture, And
for such they were commonly accounted The which hee
Knoweth being Master of the sayd ship the voyage i question
and put master of her by her sayd Owners Et alr nescit./

Ad 2um 3um 4um et 5um arlos dicit that in or about the monethes
of May and June 1659 the said Owners set out the said
ship from hence on a Voyage to Leghorne, and thence
to Scanderoone, where (namely at Scanderoone) shee safely
arrived, and after her arrivall there there was put
and laden onboard the said ship upon the propper Account and Adventure of the said
Owners of the sayd ship and other English Merchants a Cargo
of goods consisting in about 261 bales and faugots of silke about
543 sacks of Galls, 173 sacks of Cotton wooll or thereabouts, 38 bales
of Sena or thereabouts, about seaventy bales of Philathas or Cotton [?YXX]