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Langley had soe procured the said shippe
the Anne nowe called the Endeavour from
the said Jersey Piratt as aforesaid the
said Purrlaye and Langley the better
to deface the said shippe that she might
not bee knowne againe did as they
beleeve procure the said shippe to bee
lengthened in the keele about five
foote as they beleeve, and alsoe builte a
small peece of a decke with a fewe
deale boards more then she had when
these respondents lost her, And otherwise
for their parts they nor either of them doe
not beleeve the said position to bee true
in any parte thereof.

To the fifth pretensed position they answere
and beleeve that the shippe the Anne arlate
at such time as these respondents lost her
had in her five gunns and two murtherers
And otherwise for their parts they nor either of
them doe not beleeve the said position to bee
true in any parte thereof.

To the sixt pretended position they answere
and accept the contents of the said position
soe farr forth as the same doeth make for
them and not otherwise, And further
they beleeve that they cannott make
any answere thereunto in regard they
were not present when the said shippe
was taken by Captaine Coxe, and that
since her comeinge into the river of
Thames all her gunns Cables and sayles
and anchors were and are taken from her
and not suffered to bee shewed to these
respondents or their agents whereby they
might be able to discover whether they bee