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HCA 13/71 f.131r Annotate
First transcribed 8 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 131  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 08/09/2012  +
Transcription '''A: 9''' Joseph Tolley Abraham van den='''A: 9''' Joseph Tolley Abraham van den=Post}<br /> and Company late Owners of the shipp}<br /> ''ffortune'' against Thomas Braining}<br /> the Master thereof. and Robert Braining}<br /> the Mate. Suckley Clements} The third day of <u>April. 1656.</u>/. Examined upon an allegation on the<br /> behalfe of the sayd Tilley Vanden=Post<br /> and Company '''Rp.''' '''William Andersonn''' of Stockdon within the Bishoprick<br /> of Durham late Gunner of the sayd shipp the ''Fortune''<br /> aged ninetene yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse<br /> sworne and examined saith as followeth. videlicet. To the 3d. article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith that the sayd shipp the<br /> ''ffortune'' departed from this port about twenty monethes agoe under the<br /> Command of the arlate Thomas Braining as master of her bound for Barbary laden<br /> with gunnes, or fowling peices, iron, tobaććo lead bales of Cloath and<br /> other goods, with which shee arrived safely att Sally and there<br /> a good part of the Cloath, Lead and Iron was sold, to be payd some<br /> in waxe, and some (as he heard) in gold. And from thence the sayd<br /> shipp went to Santa Cruz and there disposed of the sayd gunnes<br /> and all the other goods the sayd Tobacco onely excepted. And the<br /> sayd shipp being to returne from Santa Cruz to Sally to receyve<br /> the proceed of the foresayd goods there sold, tooke in about forty<br /> Jewes and Moores and severall quantities of merchandizes belonging<br /> to them, all to be transported to Sally aforesayd upon freight.<br /> And saith that the sayd shipp being upon her Course was driven<br /> something too farr to seaward by a Northerly wind, and after<br /> making use of a westerly wind to reach Salley was by the<br /> force of that westerly wind driven about seaven leagues to the<br /> Eastward of Sally and so over shott the sayd port of Sally and was not able to come thither, where=<br /> upon the sayd Jewes and Moores bećame much troubled and very<br /> angry, and caused the sayd Braining to putt his shipp into Tittuan.<br /> saying they would goe to Sally by land, and so for that tyme<br /> the sayd shipp not coming att Sally received not the proceed of some<br /> goods there sold as aforesayd. But what dammage thereupon happened<br /> this deponent who was onely as Gunner aboard the sayd voyage ćannot<br /> sett forth. And further he ćannot depose saving that of what<br /> he hath deposed hee was an eye=witnesse. The fourth article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith that from Tittuan<br /> the sayd shipp was to goe to Cadez to sell some of her Barbary<br /> merchandize which she had on board, and in her Course having<br /> made Cape Seratt the sayd Braining having discovered a<br /> shippning having discovered a<br /> shipp  +
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