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The same day

Examined on the sayd allegation/

Rp. 2

Hugh Trevenion of Allhallowes Barkeing London
Merchant aged 17 yeares or thereabouts a wittnes
sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee knoweth that
the arlate shipp the Mary and Joyce being laden at London with severall
Merchandizes and bound from London with them to Tittuan Sally Santa Cruze
arlate and other p[?o]rts beond the seas and thence to the Canaries to lade wines and
returne therewith for London the arlate William Warren went Supracargoe
of her from London and did at London in the moneths of June July or August
1657 lade aboard the Mary and Joyce Callicoes, and some other Merchandizes
to a good value for Accompt of him the sayd William Warren And further
to this article hee cannot depose./

To the second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that the
sayd shipp Mary and Joyce haveing taken in the ladeing aforesayd and other
her ladeing departed from London in the moneths and tyme arlate 1657
and arrived at Tittuan Salley Saphia and Santa Cruze where the sayd
William Warren as Supracargo disposed of some
of the outward cargo and reinvested the same in peeces of
eight and bees waxe and other Merchandizes and having soe done did with the
proceede thereof and with other goods carried out by the sayd William in the sayd
shipp lade at the Canaries in the port of Oratava aboard the Mary and Joyce (the arlate Phillip Stafford Master) for Accompt of the sayd
William Warren, and alsoe for Accompt of
the arlate John Walker Edward Wigg hugh Treveniaon henry Carpenter
John hayward and John holder all Englishmen and subiects of the Commonwealth
of England and with effects of theirs, in the moneth of ffebruary 1657
forty pipes of Canarie wynes videlicet Thirty of them for Accompt of
the sayd William Warren, and the other tenn for accompt of the sayd
Walker [?W]igge Trevenion Carpenter hayward and holder to be thence
transported in the Mary and Joice for London and there delivered to the
sayd William Warren for Accompt of the sayd William and the parties
aforenamed, who were and are and ought to be true and lawfull
owners of the sayd forty pipes of wyne according to the proportion
aforesayd, And saith the reason why the whole forty pipes of wine
were in the bill of ladeing signed for them consigned to the sayd
William Warren as laden for his Accompts, was only to avoide
the makeing of many bills of ladeing for the sayd forty
pipes some few of them belonging to soe many severall persons, this
hee deposeth goeing the whole voyage in question in the sayd Mary and
Joyce as a servant to Mr Thomas Warren a part Owner of the sayd shipp
only to observe and learne the way and manner of tradeing and
Merchandizing in those parts of Barbary and the Canaries And further hee
cannot depose/


Primary sources



PROB 11/315/354 Will of Hugh Trevelian or Trevilian of Yarnscombe, Devon. 30 November 1664