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HCA 13/71 f.134v Annotate
First transcribed 10 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 134  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 10/09/2012  +
Transcription deponents judgement really worth the summedeponents judgement really worth the summe of eight hundred pounds sterling<br /> or thereabouts, shee being a new-built flye boate of the burthen of<br /> 80 Tunn's or thereabouts. The premisses hee deposeth, and for reason of<br /> his judgement saith, hee knoweth that the said William Beck had been offered<br /> three hundred pounds for his said shipp before hee bestowed upon her last<br /> reparation or new makeing at Shoreham aforesaid, which was there generally<br /> estimated at 200: ''li'' sterling more; besides her new tackle apparrell and furniture<br /> and the provisions of Victualls and goods aboard her at the time of her said<br /> seizure, which hee in conscience beleeveth to have been really worth three<br /> hundred pounds more or thereabouts, this deponent having been Master and Owner<br /> of a shipp himselfe, and having long time used navigation and thereby knowne<br /> and observed what belongeth to shipping and whereabout the worth of such as shipp may be<br /> And further cannot depose; saving hee beleeveth, the said William Beck by<br /> meanes of the said seizure and detention of his said shipp, and<br /> consequently the losse of his time and employment hath undoubtedly been much<br /> damnified, but to what value, this deponent hee doeth not know<br /> neither can hee estimate the same:/. Georg street [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] **************************** The same day Examined upon the said Allegation:-/ [CENTRE HEADING] <br /> '''2:us''' '''Jacob Gerard''' of the parish of Alhallowes Barking<br /> in Tower street London Mariner aged 56. yeares or<br /> thereabouts, a Wittnes sworne and examined saith<br /> as followeth videlicet: To the first and second articles of the said Allegation hee saith, That<br /> hee this deponent hath knowne the shipp the ''hopefull William'' whereof the arlate<br /> William Beck was Master, or Commander and reputed and generally<br /> estimated the sole Owner and Proprietor of her tackle apparrell and furniture<br /> for about 2 yeares before her seizure hereaforeafter expressed and saith, That in or about the moneth of July 1655 last past hee this<br /> deponent being at Saint Sebastians in Spaine, saw and observed the said shipp then<br /> lyeing there, and being under the Command of the said William Beck,<br /> And saith, That upon or about the 28. or 29th day of August next<br /> ensueing the said shipp with her tackle apparrell and furniture were in the<br /> said Port of Saint Sebastians seized upon stopped and deteyned by the Officers<br /> or Ministers of the King of Spaine, and the said William Beck<br /> turned out and utterly deprived of the same Which the premisses hee saith hee<br /> well knoweth, being at Saint Sebastians at the time of the seizure aforesaid, and<br /> suffering amongst the English that then were stopped and deteyned both there<br /> and in other Ports of Spaine. And further cannot depose:- To the third and fowerth articles hee saith, That this deponent doeth in Conscience<br /> beleeve and estimate that the said shipp the ''hopefull William'', togeather with<br /> her tackle apparrell furniture provisions and goods aboard her at the<br /> time of her said seizure were really worth eight hundred and eight pounds<br /> (his losses and dammage by the reasons aforesaid therein comprized) And the reason<br /> of this his judgement is, for that hee this deponent hath for many yeares used<br /> navigation, and thereby become well acquainted and versed in the valew of<br /> shipps, and saw and observed the shipp aforesaid to be a shipp of the burthen<br /> of neere upon one hundred Tunns being newly rebuilt at Shoreham aforesaid<br /> and provided with very good and sufficient tackle apparrell and furniture.<br /> And further cannot depose:-/ Repeated with his precontest before<br /> doctor Godolphin:. Jacob Jezard [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] *************************** The same day Examined upon the said Allegation:- [CENTRE HEADING] '''Rp. .3us.''' '''Henry Colequiste''' of Redriffe in the County of Surrey<br /> Mariner aged 40. yeares or thereabouts a Wittnes<br /> sworne and examined saith as followeth videlicet To the first and second Articles of the said Allegation hee saith, That hee this<br /> (deponentsaith, That hee this<br /> (deponent  +
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