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Orange Ship : To the Right Honourable the Lords, Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses of the High Court of Parliament now assembled; : the humble petition of divers people, on behalf of themselves, and the widdows, and other kindred, of those who served in the Orange, whereof Captain John Uthar was master and commander. Sheweth that the said ship proceeded to the East-Indies in that Companies service, and every respective person executed their duty as required.
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