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parties in this suite are two of his owners but of what parts hee knoweth not nor
hath heard Et alr nescit rendere./.
Ad 4 et 5 deponit that at the time or times of treating for the ffreighters
of the said shipps Jonathan and Abigail Owen and David this deponent and the
said Morley knew that there was a generall Imbargoe upon all English
shipps and a generall impresse for all seamen. And saith this deponent
agreed with the said Caryll that hee and or the rest of said ffreighters should
procure a lycense and protection for the said shipps and mens the said voyage
and they bringing the papers predeposed being as the said Carykk
alwayes affirmed a lycense and protection, this deponent then
signed the Charterparty and not before, And he beleeveth
and is well assured that the said Morley did the like./ And saith the
said protections were signed (James) and the Anchor (a Seale)
was put to the topps or heads of them. And this deponent saith
that had the said protections bin sufficient (which this deponent
and the said Morley never beleeved they were in regard the said
Caryll would not procure them a lycense to [?veere] the Kings Jack)
the Generalls would not have impeded the voyage by the impresse
of their men and ordering the said shipps back againe to this
River, And the said passes or papers are in the hands of Mr Suckly
the Procter. Et alr referendo ad predeporta nescit.
Ad 6 et 7 rendet that the said Caryll. Bell, Perry and Thirsby and [?XXXXXX] the said [?Caryll] did at
Greenewich and London after the obtaining the said passe and
before and after the sealing of the Charterparty Interrate declare
and affirme that the said lycence and protection. would cleare
them from being hindered or molested in their said voyage. And the
said ffreighters nor any of them did not promisse to pay the
Charges of fitting and preparing, or of victualling the said shipp.
or to pay the mariners wages in case the said shipps or any
of them should bee stopped or hindered in their said voyage. Et
alr nescit rendere./.
Ad 8 et 9 rendet that the Owen and David is of the burthen
of about 200 tonns or thereabouts the Jonathan and Abigail
about 250 tonnes and this deponents freight for this voyage
would have amounted to 1200: li or thereabouts and the ffreight of
the Jonathan and Abigail about 1500: li as hee beleeveth. And saith
that the voyage in question is usually made in five or
six monthes, And saith that the said ship Owen and David cost this deponent
about 1800 li sterling and hee bought her before this voyage namely about about twelve moneths time. And saith
the said shipps Owen and David and the Jonathan and Abigail
had not bin fitt for the voyage in question unles they had
bin repaired and fitted in the same Conditon she went downe
in to the buoy and Nore. But as to the particular repaires and summes
of money expended he saith they are entred and mentioned
in his ship booke which booke he shall be ready to produce for
the information of Court when required thereto. And the Jonathon
and Abigall with her tackle apparrell and furniture hee judgeth