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the said shipp or Vessell as aforesaid) hee enquired further at
Penryn, and found that the said Vessell had been taken by a
Brest man of warr, and rescued by an Englishman man of warr, and by
the said markes and observation, (this deponent being a Mariner and well
knowing the difference and distinction of Vessells, especially those which
hee hath formerly well observed) hee is assured and in Conscience
declareth the said Vessell whuch hee as predeposed saw at Penryn
then and there knowne by the name of the Thomas of Brest
was and is one and the selfe same shipp and Vessell, which this
deponent as predeposed, did formerly see and observe in this river of
Thames about a yeare and a halfe since under the governement of the
said Thomas Yoakeley, But whoe were or are the Lawfull
Owners and Proprietors of the said shipp, and of her tackle and
furniture hee saith hee cannot declare. And further deposeth

To the Crosse Interrogatories./:- [CENTRE HEADING]

dt. Cheeke:-

To the first hee referreth to his foregoeing deposition:-

To the second hee saith hee never saw any gunns aboard the Vessell
in Controversie, And further saving his foregoing deposition cannot depose:/

To the third hee saith hee tooke no especiall notice of any thing belonging
to the said shipp Thomas more then as predeposed And further
cannot depose:-/

Repeated before doctor Clerke:-/



The 10th day of June .1655:- [CENTRE HEADING]

The Clayme of Richard Le Bas of London for 1/4 th part of}
the shipp or Vessell called the dolphyn of delphs-haven and}
formerly the ffortune of Sunderland, and of herbraut}
[?Canese] and Companie for the other three quarter parts lately}
seized by the Tyger frigatt in the immediate service of}
this Commonwealth Suckley. Budd.}

Examined upon an Allegation [?made] on
the behalfe of the said Claymers

holding dt:/:-

John Johnson van
Dillecum Mariner
aged 26. yeares or thereabouts
a Wittnes sworne and examined saith
as followeth videlicet:-/

To the first hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof saving his subsequent
deposition to which hee referreth:-

To the second hee saith, That about 5. moneths since (the time this deponent doeth
not otherwise remember at present) hee this deponent being at Caen in
Normandie, where the shipp or Vessell the dolphyn, formerly the ffortune
then being at Caen was exposed to sale, hee this deponent and [?GXXXX GUTTER]
[?Ains wel te vrede], and Corneluis Anesse well te vrede all holl[?anders GUTTER]
and Subjects of the United Netherland provinces did buy 3/4. parts of the
said shipp or Vessell the dolphyn alias fortune of one Mr [?XXX GUTTER]
a hamburgh Merchant so dwelling at Caen and one named Mr Le Bas
Merchant and brother to the said Richard Le Bas and his Corress
pondent there the other 1/4 th part of the said Vessell then and ever since [?XXX GUTTER]