HCA 3/46 f.56v Annotate
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A business of examination of witnesses}
on the behalf of Richard Crandley}
and others touchinge the seizure}
of the shipp the Mayflower and}
Wednesday the last day
of May 1654 before the worshipfull William Clerke
and John Godolphin doctors
of Lawes Judges et cetera in the
dyninge Chamber et cetera in the
presence of Samuell Howe notary
publique Bud upon the allegation
by him in this cause formerlie given
produced for a witnes George Dethicke
et cetera to whome the Judges administred an
oath to speake the truth at the tyme of his