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Canary wine to bee taken from aboard the Mary and Joyce and [?put]
a shoare and put in a Cellar whereof the sayd Roe and his brother had the
Custody And alsoe for that the sayd Roe did procure two passes [?for]
this deponent and his Company to passe from the Groyne into ffrance
and gave this deponent (being the Master) five peeces of eight, and
to every one of this deponents Company a peece of eight a man and [?XXX]
him and then be gone out of towne, or else the Governour would lay [?them]
in prizon And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 13th article hee saith that at the tyme arlate the arlate Andrew
Aernents was Consull Generall for the States of the United Provinces
at the Groyne, and hee the rather beleeveth it for that hee this deponent had
bin and brought a prizoner into the Groyne before that, having had
his shipp sunke, and the sayd Aer[XX]ts was
then alsoe reputed the Consull there for the sayd States, and treated this
deponent very civilly and gave him passage thence to Nants in ffrance
in a shipp whereof the sayd Aernents was part Owners And further
to this article hee cannot depose having not heard the sayd [?Aerents]
speake ought to the effect arlate./

To the 14th article hee saith the arlate Thomas Warren is an English
man borne in the parish of Limpston in devonsheire this hee the better
knoweth for that hee was borne in the same Towne and knoweth the sayd
Warrens ffather and freinds and saith the sayd Thomas Warren hath bin
for these eight yeares and better of this deponents knowledge a Merchant of
London and subiect of this Commonwealth and soe reputed; And further hee
cannot depose/

To the 15th hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories on the behalfe of his highnes the
Lord Protector./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee is the Interrogate Stafford who
was Master of the Mary and Joyce Interrogated the voyage in question And
to the rest of the Interrogatories hee answereth negatively./

To the 2 hee saith hee knoweth of noe consignation made of the goods Interrogated
to any person at Tettuan Sally or Saphia or any other places, but the same were
wholely left (as beleeveth) to the mannagerie of the foresayd William
Warren who disposed of them at the place predeposed and went with the
proceede of them to the Canaries And further hee cannot answere

To the 3 and 4th Interrogatories hee saith hee knoweth of noe factor the sayd Thomas Warren
had at the Canaries the voyage in question save the sayd William