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To the 3d and 4th articles hee saith that after the said ships said
arrivall at Tunis the foresaid money was by this deponent
and the said Charles Sanders carried on shore there
where the same were invested and laid out in goods to lade the
said ship. And saith that there were then laden onboard
the said ship severall thousands of hydes, severall
bales of bees wax each bale containing about foure
Quintalls, a chest of Ostridges feathers, a quantity of box
wood and some other Merchandizes which said Goods and
Merchandizes were to be carryed and transported in
the said ship Anne and Margaret to Leghorne, and
the same being soe laden onboard her shee proceeded
and set saile therewith from Tunis under Conduct
of the said Sanders this deponent and Company:/:

To the 5th 6th 7th 8th and 9th articles of the said Allegation
hee saith that in the said ships passage from Tunis to legorne
with the said Goods and Merchandizes onboard her shee
was on or about the third day of July 1658 met with by
a Dutch built ship called the Gelderland, burthen about 200
Tonnes, mounted with about two and twenty peeces of
Ordnance, whereof One John Jacobson was Comander
which said Comander together with all or most of his Company were
Dutch men and soe acknowledged themselves to be, and they
spake and discoursed altogether in the Dutch language
And the said ship Gelderland as her Company declared and [?XXXXXXX] and they alsoe declared that Van Trumpe had bin Comander
of her formerly, which said Captaine and Company did with
the said ship Gelderland under the holland Pennant
and Antient chase the said shipp Anne and Margaret and come
up with her, And they did in a violent and hostile manner
fire severall Gunnes and broadsides at and upon the said ship
Anne and Margaret and killed one of her Company
and wounded the Master and about seaven More of her Company
the said Master and one other of those soe wounded dying
suddenly after of their wounds. And by force and violence
they boarded and seized the said ship Anne and Margaret together with
the said Goods and Merchandizes soe laden onboard her at
Tunis which hee saith were then onboard her and came to
the hand of the said seizors who having possessed themselves
thereof carried the same away and disposed thereof at
their pleasure, thereby Utterly dispoyling the Owners
thereof of the same, turning this deponent and most of the
said ships Company out of her upon her said seizure And
further deposeth not./

To the 10th hee saith that all or most part of the said Goods and
Merchandizes soe put onboard the said ship at Tunis and
seized in her as aforesaid, were brought with the foresaid mney