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shipp being an able vessell of about 22 Gunnes to sink and destroy the
sayd Advantage frigot, The premisses This deponent knoweth to be true
being aboard the Advantage frigott and engaged in the sayd fight
and seeing and observing the passages aforesd. And othwerwise he cannot

To the eighth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that after the master and Company
of the sayd ship the Golden Starr were haled by the Advantage as aforesayd
they of the Golden Starr of the sight of this Deponent caused a ?Red flagg with a picture of a hand and
word in the same to be putt out att the Maine mast head of the Golden Starr
which this deponent beleiveth they so did in token of defiance of the
sayd shipp the Advantage in the service of this Commonwealth. And otherwise
he cannot depose.

To the ninth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that during the sayd
fight betweene the Golden Starr and the Advantage ffrigott, the shipp the
Waterhound whereof Giles Shelley was Commander, and some other shipps
of this Commonwealth in the immediate service thereof (and having out and
wearing the Colours of the Commonwealth and none other) came up to aid
and assist the sayd Advantage frigot against the Golden Starr this deponent
seeing when the sayd shipps of this Commonwealth so came upp. And
saith that the Master and Companie of the Golden Starr might see and perceive (and did
see and perceive as this deponent beleiveth) that the sayd ship Waterhound and
the other shipps being the Mayflower and 10th Whelpe aforesd did belong
to this Commonwealth and were in their immediate service. And otherwise
he cannot depose.

To the tenth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that after the sayd shipp
the Water hound came upp with the Golden Starr, and the two other English
shipps came in sight the Master and Company of the Golden Starr continued
the fight for some tyme and fired a Broad side att the Water hound and
wounded the Boatswayne and some others of the Waterhounds Companye
of the certayne knowledge and sight of this deponent. And further saith
that in all the tyme the sayd Master and Companie of the Golden Starr tooke not
downe their Redd flagg or flagg of defiance but the ?same continued still
upp at their maintopmast; till the Waterhounds Company boarded and subdued
and seized the Golden Starr and tooke downe the sayd redd flagg or
flagg of defiance, which he knoweth neing present and aboard the
Golden Starr with or in the said Advantage frigot when the sayd flagg of defiance was taken downe as aforesayd
And otherwise he cannot depose-

To the eleventh article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith he cannot

To the twelfth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith he cannot depose

To the last he saith his depositions are true, And otherwise cannot depose-

To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1st he saith he was at the tyme of the taking the sayd shipp the
Golden Starr in this Interrogatory named the Morning Starr, master of
the interrate shipp the Advantage.

To the 2d he saith he was present att the taking and surprizeing of
the interate shipp the Morning Starr or Golden Starr