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Sea) the distinct specificall and particular properties of [?every]
person to every part and parcell of the said goods or lading [?XXX]
for the present be specifically or distinctly sett downe. And
further to this article hee deposeth not/

To the 11th article of the said Allegation hee saieth, That it is [?XXX]
and certaine, that the said shipp the Nostra Seignora had [?XXX]
remaining Lading not plundred and taken out of her by the
dutch seizors as aforesaid, was and is since by some of the
said seizors brought into dartmouth, where the same have beene
arrested by a warrant issued out of this Court as prop[erly]
belonging to the said Brazeele Companie and others the
Subjects of the said king of Portugall, and have beene s[ince]
unladen and the quantities markes and numbers thereof
Certified to the said Court, And for his full certaine kn[owledge]
this deponent referreth himself to the Acts and proceedings
of the said Court, And further deposeth not./

To the last he saith his foregoeing deposition is true

Examined by the Interpretation of
George Whillers upon his oath/

// George Whillers [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]

Cyprian Pachas [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repeated with his precontest before
Colonell Cocke/:


The first day of October 1658/

A busines or cause concerning an Average for)
the Anchors and Cables and boy roapes that)
were lost and cut at the Canaries from the)
shipp the hope of Which henry Thysen)
was Master promoted by Luke Lucie and)
Company the Owners of the sayd shipp)
against Antonio ffernandez Caravajall)
and Company the freighters of the sayd)
shipp and Owners of the goods: Suckley)

Rp. jus

Henry Thysen Master and Com[ander]
of the sayd shipp the hope liveing at
Wapping aged fifty two yeares or there
abouts a wittnesse sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that in the monethes
of November and december 1657 the arlate shipp the hope was at
Santa Cruse arlate in service and imployment of the arlate Antonio
ffernandez Caravajall and Company, and lying there at Anchor on
or about the twenty fowerth of december 1657 (new style) and thus