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To the 7th hee saieth, That hee this examinate hath severall times
seene and beene on board the said shipp the Daniel at flushing
aforesaid, and particularly did see her there about three moneths since, which
was since the said shipp departed from dunkirke interrate with
Soldiers upon the voiage in question./
To the 8th he saieth, That hee this examinate hath as aforesaid
severall times seene and beene on board the said shipp Daniel
at flushing aforesaid that was soe seized and detained at
dartmouth as aforesaid, and that since the time of such her detention
And further saieth not./
To the 9th Interrogatorie he saieth, That he beleeveth, That there
may be many shipps of one name, and particularly of the
name Daniel, but that this deponent remembreth not that hee ever knew any shipp of that
name, save onely the Daniel in question and a pincke of
fflushing called by that name, which hee onely once saw at
fflushing aforesaid, being a Vessell of about fowerscore Tunn as he
now remembreth. And further cannot depose/
To the 10th hee saieth, That he beleeveth, That it is probablie
that same shipp or shipps of the name the Daniel may have
bin built within the time interrate at Rotterdam or elswhere
in Holland or Zeeland; but this examinate doeth not know any
thing of such building of any other shipp of that name at or in the
places aforesaid, nor doeth he know any thing to the Contrary
Repeated before Collonel Cock
John Gill [XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 11th of August 1658. [CENTRE HEADING]
Drake and company againts hunt}
Examined on an allegation on the behalfe of
the said hunt, given the tenth instance.
Thomas ffloyd of Ratcliff Mariner, aged 28
yeares or thereabouts, sworne and examined.
To the seaventh article of the said allegation (upon which alone
hee is by direction of the producent examined) hee saith and
deposeth that in or about the moneth of ffebruary last past
the arlate James [?Torswell] whom this examinate saith hee
well knoweth) being at the house of the producent John
hunt situat in Ratcliff high way and in discourse with the