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Ad 23um et 24um dicit that on the 14th day of ffebruary English stile 1658
at night the said ship the Marygold arrived betweene
James Point and Pullapanjan neere Bantam, where shee
Anchored intending the next morning to
goe into Bantam Road , and the morning coming shee weighed
Anchor to saile in, but there then lying three Dutch ships
a little on the side Bantam, and they seeing the Marygold
weigh they alsoe weighed and came up unto the Marygold and two
of the Commanders Came onboard her, and told
the foresaid Captaine Connis (being informed that the Marygold was goeing into Bantam)
that shee should not goe into Bantam, but ordered the
said Connis the Commander of the said ship Marygold
to goe to their Admirall (which lay about 3 or 4 miles
off) which hee did all the said Dutch ships goeing with him, and