HCA 13/71 f.2r Annotate
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To the nineth hee saith that at and upon the lading of the said
curranse aboard the Caesar both the said Clement Harby and this deponent
demanded bills of lading for the same to be signed by the said ffudge
Commander of the shipp and to be delivered to this deponent;
but the said ffudge refused to give and did not nor would give any,
And thereupon the said Clement harby made a protest against
the said ffudge his refusall, all which hee knoweth because
hee was present and sawe and heard the same and sawe the said
mr harby tender a bill (ready filled up for the said curranse) to the
said ffudge to be by him signed, this deponent alsoe urging him to
signe the same.
To the tenth and 11th hee saith that shortly after the said lading the said
currans aboard the said shipp at Petras, shee departed therewith for
Argastall where shee safely arived with the same, and this deponent
and the said harby alsoe went and arived there in her, and there found
the said shipp the Elizabeth and Anne riding with the said humphrey
hardwick in her expecting the Caesars comming, and there the said
hardwick upon the Caesars arivall demanded of the said ffudge
the said thirty seaven butts, five Carateles and three quarteroles
of currans to be delivered unto him to be put onboard the said shipp
the Elizabeth and Anne for the use of his said principalls the
producents, for and the said harby then and there alsoe severall
times required the said ffudge to deliver the same accordingly; all
which notwithstanding, the said William ffudge did not nor would
deliver the same but resolutely denied and refused to deliver them;
The premisses hee deposeth because hee was present and sawe and
heard the same. And being soe come to Argostell hee this deponent
went out of the Caesar and retourned aboard the Elizabeth and Anne
where hee sawe and tooke notice that there was roome amongst to have
taken in and stowed the said curranse and to spare. And otherwise hee
To the twelveth article and second schedule annexed hee saith and
deposeth that hee very well knoweth the hand writing of the said
Clement harby, and verily beleeveth the said schedule to be all of
his hand writing, and to be by him subscribed. And otherwise saving
as aforesaid hee cannot depose.
To the 13th article and three schedules annexed now showed unto him
hee saith that the same was and is the true and originall Invoice
of and for the said Curranse under the said harby, and was
alsoe as hee beleeveth usually written and subscribed by him, and
as hee beleeveth delivered by him to the said hardwick. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the 14th hee saith that the said ffudge after receipt of part of the
said curranse aboard confessed and acknowledged that hee was to carry
them to Argostell and there to deliver them to the said shipp the Elizabeth
and Anne. And otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the 15th hee saith that the said Clement harby at Petras had