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commanded by Captaine Saunders in the immediate service of this
Commonwealth, and brought into the downes, and thense shee was
brought into this port; All which hee deposeth, because hee was one of
her company both at her said lading, seizure and rescue and was
aboard and sawe the premisses soe donne; And further that the said man of
warr of Ostend belonged to the subiects of the King of Spaine, and but
the Elizabeth and all her said lading belonged to English, subiects of
this Commonwealth; and that hee this deponent hath noe interest
therein, and lastly that the said lading was consigned to be delivered
at this port.

The marke of


The same day.

R[?ow] dt. 2.

John Dare of Torkey neere dartmouth in the County
of devon Mariner, aged 54 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and exámined.

To the said Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth
the Barque the Elizabeth interrogated, and hath soe donne for theise three
yeares last, during which time shee hath belonged and doth belong
to Plimouth, where (as it is commonly there said) there was built. And
saith that Mr Samuel Mansell, John downing, and Mr Trenine
all English men and, dwellers in Plimouth and Subiects of
this Commonwealth, were and are her owners, and that her lading
of goods is alsoe belonging to English men and Subiects of this Common
wealth, and was all taken in at Plimouth, and consigned to be delivered
at this port, namely six bales and two packs of peece goods belonging
to Mr Thoroughgood and company, foure and twenty chests or thereabouts
of sugar, six hundred peeces of fruite, about tenn barrells of goods and
a hogshead of goods (,the contents hee knoweth not) and. about 60 [?slobs]
of tynne, all belonging to Mr Goodier and others of this citie (where
the said Mr Thoroughgood alsoe dwelleth) all Englishmen (by common
repute) and subiects of this Commonwealth; And further that the
said barque comming in her course for London was about a fortnight
since betwixt [?Bearhie] and ffareleigh met with and seized by a man
of warr of Ostend in the dominions of the king of Spaine, whow as
carrying her and her lading towards dunquirke, but was met with
by Captaine Saunders in the Tyger frigot in the service of this
Commonwealth, who rescued the said barque and lading, saving that
the said Ostenders had taken out and carried away one of the said small packs
about 30 peeces of fruite, and some other small things, and alsoe
carried away Christofer Trebons master of the Barque, All
which hee deposeth because hee this deponent (who hath not any interest
in the said barque or lading) was one of her company and sawe
the premisses soe donne.

The marke of

Repeated with his precontest before
doctor Godolphin.