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to assist him, the said Currall came alsoe aboard; And that
they being soe come all aboard, and the said Tailor ordering
them to carry the shipp to the other side, saying hee seized her
as belonging to mr Pickering, the master that was aboard her
told him, that shee did not belong to mr Pickering but to
Mr Splitt, howbeit the said Tailor showing a paper, which
hee said was his warrant for the said seizure, caused them to
carry her away, which they accordingly did with the assistance of
the said Currall, and brought and fastened her ashore at Redriff
Wall, neere the Cherry garden, and then and there by the order
of the said Tailor they tooke off her sailes and carried them ashore
to the ffountaine taverne, and tooke downe all her running
rigging and put it into her hold, and left the said sailes in
the possession of the said Tailor, and the said shipp under
his said seizure.

The marke of O William Eves [MARKE]


The same day. CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. 3

Nicholas Arons of Wapping Mariner, aged two and
fiftie yeares, sworne as aforesaid, saith as
followeth videlicet.

That on thursday last in the afternoone this deponent master
of the shipp the Angell of London, and companie being
busie to loosen her from the place where shee then lay neare
the hermitage to goe lower to take in ballast to the end to goe
a voyage with her upon which shee was bound, there came one
by the name of Edward Tailor aboard her accompanied with
five water men, and speaking to this deponent her master, said,
that hee arrested her in my Lord Protectors name as belonging
to Mr Pickering, and this deponent asking him where was the
officer of the Admiraltie, the said Tailer said that hee had a
warrant from Commissioners that was beyond the Admiraltie,
or words to the same effect. And this deponent saying that Mr
Splitt was her owner, and imployed this deponent as master, and
that hee would goe ashore and call him, went accordingly ashore
and acquainted the said Mr Splitt, who came presently with this
deponent and found that the said shipp was carried halfe way
over towards the other side, whereupon this deponent tooke boate and hasted
after, and saw the said water men with the assistance of
one Mr Currall moore her at Redriff wall, neare the
Cherry garden, which having donne, they by order of the said Tailor
tooke off her sailes, and carried them ashore into the ffountaine
taverne, and tooke downe her running rigging and put it into
her hold. And afterwards the said Tailer spake to this
deponents company being three men and commanded them to goe
out of the shipp ashore, telling them that this deponent the master