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Ad 4 arlum deponit that hee hath often times seene the arlate John Rowe and
the said Master of the Godliffe in Company together both on board the ffrigott
or man of warr and onshore in private. And that the Master of the Royall
and the Stiersman of the Goliffe ?resemble one another, Et alr nescit saving hee hath heard
the said Mr Speake to the Effect arlate. who Speakes very good dutch. whom hee
supposeth to bee an ostender.
Ad 5:u nescit
Ad 6 dicit predeporta poreumesvera
Ad primum fit ut ?petitur et rendat that hee was borne in Kingston upon Thames
and liveth at present by goeing to sea. and knoweth none of the parties
litigant And hath lived at Kingston all his time saving when hee has bin at sea
and other places upon his occasions Alr nescit
Ad 2 rendit that hee was Steward of the said Shipp Royall when
She seized the Shipp Godliffee aforesd. Et alr nescit ./.
Ad 3 rendit that in case the sd Ship and lading proove prize the Kings and dukes
duties taken out hee Expects his share as Steward. And if shee bee a right
and true prize hee desireth and wisheth she may bee condemned. Et alr
Ad 4 nego proparte sua saying that if hee dranke a glasse of wine it was all that hee
had from the said Shipps lading. /
Ad 5 rendit that the Godliffe was taken on or about the third of August in the evening
of the said day about seaven or eight leagues according to his Judem:t.
off of the Northward point of Guernsey. and about a day and halfe after seizure or thereabouts
brought to Studland bay, where she staid about XXXXX dayes. and then
went to Sicklesham harbor XXXX carried thither by the said vessell the Royall. Et alr nescit
Ad 6 refert so ad predeporta alr nescit saying that the said Shipper declared that his
Shipp and lading was free Prize..