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HCA 13/71 f.233v Annotate
First transcribed 30 September 2012  +
First transcriber Karen Gunnell  +
Folio 233  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 30/09/2012  +
Transcription arrived in the River Thames and before anyarrived in the River Thames and before any of her goods were taken<br /> out of her the sayd shipp and her ladeing were viewed by two Masters<br /> of Shipps whome he beleeveth<br /> were honest and experienced men but what certificate they made thereof<br /> hee knoweth not And further hee cannot depose/ To the 10th hee cannot depose To the 11th hee saith he believeth the sayd Christopher Page and other<br /> owners of the ''Samuell'' if they have not receaved the<br /> freight due for the voyage in question are dammified by detention th[?ereof GUTTER]<br /> but to what value hee cannot declare./ To the 12th he cannot depose/ To the 13th he saith hee knoweth not the arlate Richard Basse having only seene him once and hee<br /> cannot depose to this article of his certaine knowledge but saith (hee [?had GUTTER]<br /> as aforesayd once seene him) and then heard him speake good English, therefore beleeveth him to bee<br /> an Englishman and subiect to the authority of this Court And further<br /> hee cannot depose To the 14th hee referreth himself to the Registry of this Court and<br /> further cannot depose/ To the last hee saith his forgoeing deposition is true./ Repeated before doctor Godolphin<br /> the second of June 1656/ David Cooke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ***************************** James Cowse of London Merchant against the vessell the}<br /> ''John and Elizabeth'' of which Edward Keene is Master}<br /> and against the sayd Edward Keene: Suckley Smith} Examined on an allegation given in the 31th of May<br /> 1655 on behalfe of the sayd Cowse/ '''dt. 7''' '''William Brunning''' of Wapping in the County<br /> of Middlesex Mariner aged 28 yeares or thereabouts<br /> a wittnes sworne and examined saith and deposeth<br /> as followeth videlicet./ To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent<br /> being the Master of a shipp called the ''Recovery'' of London and then lying<br /> in harbour at Saint Lucar in Spaine did there see the arlate Edward K[?eene GUTTER]<br /> arrived there in the moneth of November 1654 in a certayne shipp or vessell called (as this deponent hath [?heard GUTTER]<br /> the ''John and Elizabeth'', and being (as he this deponent beleeveth) the shipp [?was the GUTTER]<br /> vessell allegate, and saith (the sayd Edward Keene at such his arrival<br /> the sayd shipp there and during the tyme that he this deponent stayed at Saint Lucar<br /> after such his, the sayd Keenes arrivall there (which was about [?seven GUTTER]<br /> or eight dayes) was there Commonly accompted and reputed to be Master [?of GUTTER]<br /> the sayd shipp or Vessell the ''John and Elizabeth'' and did of this dep[?onents GUTTER]<br /> sight and knowledge take upon him the care and charge of her as Master [XXX GUTTER]<br /> And further saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose To the 2 and 3th articles of the sayd allegation and the schedule in the sayd hand<br /> mentioned hee saith that hee heard one Mr Duck a factor resident at Saint<br /> Lucar earnestly perswade the sayd Edward Keene to proceede on his voyage<br /> [XXX GUTTER]ede on his voyage<br /> [XXX GUTTER]  +
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