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Ad 4:d ?rendit nova proparte sua alr nescit.
Ad 5 deponit that the said Mr Hunt was the meanes by applying as aforesaid
to the English consull that they the said ffrisby and Archer were sett at
liberty with the rest whether their reckoning were paid or noe. And
soe they might also have come onboard aswell as the other three
Et alr salvis predepoita nescit/
Witt Grainger [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repetit coram duo Judecan pnte
Edwardo Browne Notary publique
[?XXXX] ffebruary 1666. [CENTRE HEADING]
Brett et Codd con Vanderzippe}
Chester and Suckly}
Super libello ex parte [?drorum] Brett et Codd
fftancisens [?doude] parochia de Stepney alias Stebenheath natus in Civitate
Dublinien in Hibernia annos agens 46 et ultro. testis productas et
Juratus dicit et deponit proout sequitur.
Ad primum et 2. arles deponit that the arlate George Codd a native of
Wrexford in Ireland and a subiect of his Majesty of England, had and obtained letters
of marque from his Majesty of England then at the Spaw in Germany bearing
date in August 1654, wherby the said Codd was authorized to bee Captaine
of a ffrigatt, or private man of warr, called the Loyall James and to take
such shipps and goods as did then belong to his said Majestys then rebellious subjects
of England and other his dominions, Which Commission this deponent hath seene
and read, and knoweth that the same was signed by the King of England King Charles
the Second that now is, having had a Commission also himselfe from his said Majesty
the right and lawfull King of England and other his Majestys
Dominions and countryes then usurped from him. Et alr salvis subsequen nescit.
Ad 3 deponit that the arlate Captaine Codd proceeded to sea (having fitted and armed out
his said shipp the Loyall James for his said Imployment) by virtue of his said Commission
out of of the harbour of Brest in ffrance, and did surprize
and take two English shipps betweene the lands End and Mounts
bay, the one called the Alice of Topsham of the burthen of about
thirty five tonns, whereof one Browne Morrys was master, then laden with
oyle and other goods from Mayorca, bound for the Port of Topsham, and
belonging to English merchants, and the other the John of Plymouth laden
with salt oyle and other goods bound for Plymouth, and belonging
to merchants of that place. The premisses hee deposeth being resident
sometimes and the greater part at Brest and sometimes at Port Lewis
in ffrance, and saw the privateer the Loyall James fitted out upon that designe
and saw the adjudication of the said two shipps in his Majestys Court
of Admiralty in Brest of which he shall speake more hereafter. Et
alr salvis subseque nescuit.
Ad 4. 5. 6. et 7 arles deponit that there was the time arlate peace and
amity betweene the Kings of England and Spaine and their respective
Subjects, And saith that Martin Clauson Vanderzippe arlate did about the time
arlate sett forth a shipp of warr called the Leopaldus Lieven van Jore Commander
from Ostend under a Commission obtained from the King of Spaine for the
takeing and surprizeing the shipps and goods of the enemyes of the Crowne of
Spaine as hee conceiveth of which shipp the said Clauson Vanderzippe was owner, and for
and as such commonly accounted and reputed. And saith that the said