HCA 13/71 f.178v Annotate
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for the place of their meeting and offered to referr the business to them
which this deponent refusing because hee understood than they were recently
concerned in this matter as Adventurers with the said Goodwin and others
hee agreed that the next morning hee and the other owners would meet
at this deponents lodging at the George to make an end of this matter
which next morning they not coming, this deponent
went to looke after them but could not finde them, and thereupon this
deponent went his way out of towne. and saith the said Goodwin
acknowledged the seizure of some of the said serges by the said Swine
but said there were not soe many peeces as this deponent demanded
(which were 20 for the said John ffurley and tenn for the said John Page
and that the said next morning hee would bring the said Captaine
and six men to sweare soe, which this deponent declined, and said it
would be in vaine to bringe them, unlesse the said lowe the master
of the ketch and his men were there alsoe, And that this deponent would
not reate for any fewer than 30 peaces
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee knoweth the interrate Jacobs, Goodwin,
and Tiddiman and that hee take with the said Swine as aforesaid
but is not sure hee should know him upon seeing him againe,
nor did hee know the said Jacobs, Goodwin or Tiddiman before
the time aforesaid, nor hath since seen them that hee knoweth
only hee guesseth hee hath once since seen the said Goodwin in
London. And otherwise negatively.
To the second hee saith the said Swine is a tall redd bearded man as this deponent remembers
and hardly speakes English, being a ffleming and otherwise
negatively for his part being as aforesaid.
To the third he hath not soe deposed, otherwise than as aforesaid
to which his foregoing deponent hee referreth himselfe.
Stephen ffurly [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid allegation
John Dolens of London Merchant aged 43 yeares
or thereabouts, sworne and examined.
To the 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6th articles of the said allegation hee saith
and deposeth that this deponent being desired by Mr John ffurley
the producent (this deponents correspondent) to take occasion when hee
should meete with Mr Jacobs, Mr Goodwin or Mr Tiddiman of
dover to treate with them or any of them about thirtie peaces of
serges laden aboard an oister ketch at Colchester bound for Rotterdam for account of him and John Page
and seized by derrick Swine a private man of warr, employed by
them the said Jacobs, Goodwin and Tiddiman, this deponent abo[?ut GUTTER]