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which was bound for Amsterdam and whereof John Olason was Master
And further hee cannot answere/

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee knew the Isaack and saith in his Judgment
shee was of fowerscore tonne burthen at least and hee hath
heard and beleeveth that at the tyme when shee was sunke William Thomas
the Master of her and the Interrogant Robert Saunders were two of
her Owners and hee beleeveth shee and her tackle and furniture at the tyme
shee was soe sunke were worth sixe or seaven hundred pound sterling
And further saving his foregoeing deposition to the first and second
Interrogatories to which hee referreth hee cannot answere to this
Interrogatorie for that hee knoweth not the quality and quantitie of
all her ladeing being none of her company but only owner of a part
of her ladeing as aforesayd./

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot depose/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

Robert Moulins [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]



Thomas Gregge of the parish of Saint Andrew
in holborne London Pewterer aged
forty fower yeares or thereabouts sworne before
the sayd Godolphin saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet

To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee well knew the shipp the
Isaack Interrogate having had severall voyages before
the voyage in question Tinn brought in her from Plymouth to London And saith
that by a letter of Advice and threee severall bills of ladeing sent to him this
deponent the letter and two of the bills from Robert Saunders of Plymouth and the third
bill from John Plummer this deponents Agents
at Plymouth it appeareth that the voyage in question there were shipped
by them aboard the sayd shipp at Plymouth for Accompt of this deponent
two hundred and fifteene slabbs or blocks of tinne conteyning
in weight twenty seaven thousand two hundred and a halfe and seaven
pounds marked with a dolphin and thirty marked with III H and
a hundred thirty fower marked with B and thirteene marked with
BBB which two hundred and fifteene slabbs as by the Accompts of
this deponents Agents who bought them for him cost this deponent
one thousand five hundred thirty seaven pounds sixteene shillings and
a penny of lawfull English money And saith in case the sayd two
hundred and fifteene slabbs had arrived safely at London they would there
have yeild according to the now ordinary markett price the summe
of one thousand five hundred nynty three pounds like money And
saith that by the sayd letter the sayd Saunders did advise this deponent that
the sayd shipp with the sayd 215 slabbs of tinne and other her ladeing departed
from Plymouth on the seaventeenth day of ffebruary last bound for



Thomas Gregg


Primary sources



PROB 11/373/6 Will of Thomas Gregg, Pewterer of Saint Andrew Holborn, Middlesex 02 May 1683