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and documents, hee hath seene and understood that the said vessell
was in her two voyages next proceeding the present
in the service and imployment of the said Arnold and Elias Beake
the first from Bourdeaux
to London with wines for their accompt, and from London shee retourned
for Bourdeaux, and thence caried wines for the
accompt of the said Arnold and Elias
or for them in company with the said Samuel to dublin in Ireland, which two voyages were within a twelve moneth
last as hee remembreth the time, and from dublin retourniing to
Bourdeaux shee was comming from Bourdeaux the voyage in question wherein shee
was soe sezied. Et alr nescit.
Ad 13 deponit that as hee hath heard and beleeveth the said master and
some of his company have upon the pretences arlate bin arrested
and imprisoned at Chichesea by the meanes and contrivement of the
Captaine or his imployers to the end to defeat the claimers of their
testimony. Et alr nescit.
Ad ult dicit predepoita sua esse vera.
Abraham Beake [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Ad Interria. [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad primum rendet that hee very well knoweth that the said Arnold
Beake gave order by severall letters for freighting of a ship and
lading of brandy, vinegar and wines by the said Samuel for their account
this deponent having perused the booke of copies of letters to that purpose
and wherein the same appeareth, namely by a letter of 18 of June
1666, wherein it is said in dutch to this effect in English, videlicet, if the
hired ship is not come, upon receipt hereof freight another ship of about
60 tonns, to wit, [?XXX] shipp loade therein for my account 10 tonns
of clarret and the rest of the lading of very good muskt white wine
let this be don with what expedition you can, and send them
hether, you can put in 5 or 10 tonns of good vinegar according
as is [?XXX] full [?XXX] et cetera And saith that the
hired shipp aforesaid, was a shipp hired in fflanders by one Mr
[?Castire] by the said Arnolds order, which letting oportunitie slip
and not commeing away in time, and being retarded from speadie
going that voyage, the said producent put her by. And hee wrote
other letters to the said Samuel about the said freighting and lading,
namely 25 of June, 2 July, 5 July, 19 July and
2 of August 1666, abstracts of which heesa ith wilbe produced for
the further satisfaction of this Court. Et alr referends se ad
contente in dictis Epsitolis nescit, saving the said letters were
soe written and sent by the post to the said Samuel Beake.
Ad 2 rendet that part of the effects of the said Arnold and Elias
Beake in the hand of the said Samuel towards the satisfaction of and for the