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6. Itmm : interr. Whether did the partie that prormed the [?GXXX]
or deputy of Saint Manes Castle, or did any other on his behalfe
Agree with the said Governo:r or deputy to give him satisfact
Tion for his paines and Charges that hee should nee att, as
Stay of the said shippe, And what satisfaction hath been
Given or is promised for the same; Et fiat at sup:a.
7. Itmm:interr, Whether Before the said shippe Nativity
was stayed neere ffalmouth had nott they whoe were in
possession of her beene by the space of 1. 3. 5. Or more monthes
weeks, or daies sailing and ?roaving up and ddowne in the
English Channell and used and imployed the said shippe as
a Man of warre to take pXXXXX, And within that time in
and with the said shippe had nott Michell p:rtending hm
-selfe Captaine thereof, and the Company of the said shuppe
taken and dubdued and gott into theire possession some other shippe
or shippes and goods, and spoiled the Right Owners thereof
att least had indeavoured soe to doe, and were aiding abetting
or assistant to the Commander and Company of some other shippe
whoe seized and made spoile as aforesaid Et fiat ut supp.
8. Itmm: interr Whether Immediately before the said shippe was
tayed neere ffalmouth was shee nott chased by a dutch man
of Warre or some other shippe upon the seas neere the Coast
of Cornwall on the West of ffalmouth and Pendennis, or Saint
Manes Castle, And did nott the shippe Nativity flee from the
Said other shippe, and in her flight might shee nott have made
Pendennis or S:t Manes Castle or ffalmouth harbo:r her Refuge
And have beene there surrXXed XX the Commander and Comp
-any of the Nativity had beene true men and friends, And yett did
They nott shun and avoide the said Castle and harbour and run their
Shippe aground a league or thereabouts to the Eastward of the
Said castle, And lett itt bee done as above.
9. Itmm: interr. Whether when the said shippe was soe stayed neere
Ffalmouth, was nott the said Michell or hee that was the then re
Puted Commander of the shippe Nativity and his Company or
Some of them examined howe they came by the said shippe and
The goods in her and howe long they had beene in possession
Thereof or to such effect, and did they nott then answeare that
The same were taken att Sea from a dutchman or hollander
Some monethes or weekes then next before, and doe nott you knowe
That the said Michell and Company did nott, nor cold then pro-
-duce any Commission to warrant the taking of the said shippe
Or goods, And lett itt bee done as above.
10. Itmm Lett him bee asked Whether att the time when the said Nativity
Was stayed neere ffalmouth and seized to the use of his Royall
Highness the Lord High Admirall aforesaid by his Officers and