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The 24th of June 1658.

The claime of Thomas Warren for 150 pipes}
of Canarie wines, laded aboard the Mary and Joyce}
and thence taken and put aboard the Elizabeth}
and since retaken by the Bryer frigot

Examined upon an
allegation given in on
behalfe of the said Mr
Warren the 18th instant

Rp. et [X] reliquis.

Isaac Michaelson of fflushing Mariner
aged 42 yeares or thereabouts sworne and

To the nineth article of the said alleagtion hee saith and deposeth
that in or about the beginning of Aprill. 1658 (after the new
account) hee this deponent master of the articulate shipp the
Elizabeth came and arived in the Groyne in Gallicia with his
said shipp and company, and there found two frigots of fflanders
one commanded by Jacob Bolart and the other by John van Sluce
having the shipp the Mary and Joice arlate there with them
as prize, laded with wines, and that this deponent came
and lay with his said shipp the Elizabeth side by side with
the Mary and Joice, and saith that one Alexander Row
that lay agent there for the setters out of the said frigate hired
and freighted this deponents said shipp of this deponent to goe
and transport the wines of the said shipp the Mary and Joice
for Middleborow under the conduct of this deponent, and
soe hee saith that in a fortnights space or thereabouts after
such this deponents comming in, the said wines of the Mary
and Joice (being in all two hundred and eight pipes for merchants
account) were taken out of her and put and laded aboard
this deponents said shipp to be carried as aforesaid, But as
for the marke of the said pipes or any of them hee saith hee
tooke noe notice thereof nor can remember the same.

To the tenth article of the said alleagtion hee saith and
deposeth that after such receipt of the said wines into this
deponents said shipp, hee and company departed from the Groine
therwith for Middleborow, and comming neere the Islands of
the S[X]lings or Scilly were met with by the Bryer frigot
and by the same seized with the said wines and carried to
Plimouth, and since sent into the River of Thames, where
the said wines are since unladed, which hee knoweth being
aboard and seeing the said seizure, and brought to Plimouth
in the said frigot in company of his owne shipp, and since
seeing the wines unlading here.

To the eleaventh hee saith that besides the said two hundred
and eight pipes for the Merchants account, there were