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perceiving her to be clapt aboard by the sayd ffrigatts and [?XXX]
seizure weighed Anchor and by force rescued her from the
ffrigotts in the roade of Tore bay and carried her per[?force ?XXX]
to majorca aforesayd from whence shee was settout (as they sayd
not long before shee soe fought with and burned the Anne Pearcie
her ladeing and (as they also sayd the Owners of the Saint Antonio [?in]
Majorca gave the Company of the Saint Antonio a moneths pay
gratis for saving her out of the hands of the English And hee
further saith that had not the sayd shipp Saint Antonio bin soe rescued
and carried thence to Majorca shee had not bin imployed against
the subiects of this Commonwealth nor the Anne Pearcie and
her ladeing soe destroyed as aforesayd And further hee
cannot depose./

To the 7th article hee saith hee being Master of her as aforesayd
well knoweth that the Anne Pearcie and her tackle furniture
apparrell and stock the tyme arlate was well worth five
thousand pounds sterling and more And that her freight for
the sayd voyage would have amounted to a thousand pounds
more at least of like money And that the Adventurers of
the Mariners of her (then alsoe aboard her) were worth five
hundred pounds and more of like English money./

To the 8th hee saith hee being Master as aforesayd and well
knweth that the Anne Pearcie the tyme arlate had aboard
her a great quantitie of money and diamonds and other
ritch ladeing for Account of the arlate dethick Browne and Company And therefore in his Judgment and estimate
her ladeing aboard her the tyme aforesayd for the Accompt
did amount to forty five thousand pounds sterling at least
all which was lost bt the meanes aforesayd And further
hee cannot depose./

To the last hee saith that in his this deponents Judgment the arlate
ffairefaxe, Le Gay, and Company by reason of the losse of
the Anne Pearcie in manner aforesayd, are through want of
her imployment upon the designe shee was then out upon,
damnified at least two thousand pounds sterling [?over]
and above the value of the sayd shipp and her stock predeposed
of And further hee cannot depose./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin./



The same day/ examined on the sayd allegation [CENTRE HEADING]

dt. Rp. 4

Captaine James Cade of Lymehouse Mariner
aged 41 yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse
sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth

To the first article hee saith hee knoweth that Captaine Thomas [?XXXX]
[?the GUTTER]


Primary sources



PROB 11/266/346 Will of James Cade, Mariner of Landgoarde, Cornwall 25 July 1657
PROB 11/317/521 Will of Robert Cade, Mariner of Saint Olave Southwark, Surrey 15 September 1665