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and Irish man who were of the Company of the Santa Cruse did before
this deponent and others of the Lady ffrigotts company acknowledge and saye
that the Santa Cruse at her setting out from Gennoa went as a man of
warr against the Turkes and hath bin long abroad and gott noe
prizes, and had therefore taken a Spanish Commission which was
lymitted for a certayne tyme which tyme as the sayd dutch man and
Irish man affirmed was expired two moneths before the Santa Cruse
seized the Lady ffrigott and her ladeing which notwithstanding the Captaine
and Company of the Santa Cruse (as the sayd dutch and Irish man sayd) were
resolved to seize all English shipps and their ladeing which hee could
light of And further to this arltice hee cannot depose./

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation hee saith
that in his this deponents Judgment the Lady ffrigott
and her tackle and furniture and freight and stock and provisions aboarde
her at her seizure by the sayd Gennoa shipp of warr called the
Sante Cruse was worth ?two thousand pounds of lawfull English
money And soe much hee beleeveth the sayd Swift Parker Harris
and other her Owners were damnified by her being surprized and taken as
aforesayd And further to this article he cannot depose/

To the 9th article hee saith that the Currans seized aboard the Lady
ffrigott and belonginging to the arlate Alderman Riccard and Compamy
were worth at their seizure fourteene thousand pounds of lawfull
English money in this deponents Juddgment and estimate and soe
much hee verily beleeveth they would have yeilded to the sayd Alder-
man Riccard and Company if they had not bin seized in manner aforesayd
And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 10th and 11th articles hee saith that the arlate Captaine [?husyer]
and his Company had on board the Lady ffrigott at her seizure by
the foresayd Gennoa man of warr in goods which were his and
their proper adventure and in money Cloathes and Instruments to the value
in this deponents Judgment of a thousand pounds of lawfull English
money all which hee well knoweth were taken from by the
sayd Captaine and Company of the sayd Genuoa man of warr who
plundered and deprived them of them and afterwards kept the Lady ffrigotts Company [?for] some
tyme prizoners in chaynes and after a while
putt them on shoare in the Island of Chephalonia (sic) and put them
them to shift for them selves without allowing them either provisions
or money And further hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

John [HIS MARK] Carrier [MARKE, RH SIDE]
His marke


The 4th day of June 1659 [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined on the sayd allegation/

Rp 5us

John Gates of Debtford in the County of Kent Shipps
Wright one of the Carpenters of the Lady ffrigott
aged eighteene yeares or thereabouts a witnesse
sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee goeing in the shipp the