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HCA 13/71 f.305v Annotate
First transcribed 25 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 305  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 25/09/2012  +
Transcription was an unlawfull voyage And Nathaniell [?hwas an unlawfull voyage And Nathaniell [?h]utchinson the<br /> Masters Cheefe Mate sayd it was an unlawfull voyage and<br /> a thing Contrary to the Grandsigniours Command that anye<br /> Christians shipp should lade Corne at Cassandra and that they<br /> that did lade Corne there were in danger (if discovered) to bee<br /> made perpetuall slaves, and therefore hee would not goe that<br /> voyage upon any termes whatsoever but would rather take<br /> his Cloathes and leave the sayd shipp and pay for his passage<br /> home to England, or to that effect, and the sayd Company all<br /> but this deponent and the sayd Brookes and the Master and Purser<br /> being unwilling to goe the sayd voyage the purser tooke a list<br /> of the names of all the refusers and carried the same on shoare to<br /> show to the Providore a foresayd whereupon there came a<br /> Mandato or Warrant from the Providore to require the sayd<br /> hutchinson to appeare before him and the same being<br /> brought aboard in absence of this deponent (who was<br /> then on shoare with the Master and Purser) the said shipps<br /> Company as hee hath heard would not suffer the<br /> sayd hutchinson to goe a shoare to the Providore, and<br /> this deponent heard some of the Company before the sayd<br /> mandato came, and while this deponent was on board, saye, that<br /> they expected that a mandato would come and were resolved<br /> when it did come the sayd hutchinson should not goe, And<br /> hee saith that the sayd master Purser and this deponent come<br /> aboard after the sayd Mandato had bin soe sent, forced the<br /> gunnes traversed fore and afte, and farther hee cannot<br /> depose saving hee saith the sayd Companyes refuseing to<br /> goe was the cause the sayd voyage was lost./ To the 8th hee cannot depose To the [?ixth] hee saith that hee did observe that while the<br /> shipp the ''George Bonadventure'' laye at Zant the arlate<br /> Christopher N[?o]ck did lye a shoare some tymes, but<br /> how many dayes or nights hee knoweth not, and whether he<br /> lay on shoare upon his owne pleasure or had the Masters<br /> leave soe to doe hee knoweth not, And saith that the sayd<br /> shipps Company or the greater part of them did at Zant<br /> demand of the Master three moneths pay or thereabouts<br /> at the rate of fower and sixe pence a doller and the sayd Master refused to pay them, and thereupon all<br /> fowerteene of the sayde shipps Company (whereof Richard [XXXXX GUTTER]<br /> one of the parties in this suite was one) did goe a shoare at Zant<br /> and desert the sayd shipp for the space of a day each and a night<br /> and of a day each and a night<br /> and  +
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