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HCA 13/73 f.172r Annotate
First transcribed 4 January 2014  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 172  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 04/01/2014  +
Transcription The 9th of June 1659./. Wood Bradley and The 9th of June 1659./. Wood Bradley and Company against}<br /> Colquite. Smith Suckley} Examined upon an Allegation given in on the behalfe<br /> of the said Colquite: '''4''' '''John Man''' of Horsey downe shipwright late<br /> Carpenter of the ship the ''Desire'': aged 40 yeeres<br /> or thereabouts sworne and Examined.:./:.: To the first hee saith that the said ship the ''Desire'' whereof Henry<br /> Colquite was Master did not in her last voyage at the Canaryes<br /> come within threee quarters of a Mile of the place where the<br /> arlate ship the ''Alexander''. did there Ride, nor did during her<br /> stay there make fast to any of the buoyes, Cables, Anchors, or<br /> buoy roapes, belonging to the said ship the ''Alexander'' neither<br /> did the said Colquite, nor any of his ships Company during their<br /> saty at the Canaryes with the said ship the ''Desire'', the said<br /> voyage Cut breake or Carry away any of the boyes, buoy Ropes, Cables<br /> or Anchors belonging to the said ship ''Alexander'', or any other<br /> shipp during the said voyage, but what were belonging<br /> to the said ship ''Desire'', which hee knoweth for that hee belonged<br /> to the said ship ''Desire'' all the voyage in question. And<br /> taking notice of the Premisses, and further cannot<br /> depose:/: To the second hee saith that at the time of the said<br /> shipp the ''Desire'' her being at the Canaryes the voyage in question<br /> shee did foure times by reason of stresse of weather slip her Cables<br /> and Anchors, and put out to sea for her safegard<br /> and left Boyes fastned to the Anchors belonging to the said ship<br /> ''Desire'', which said boyes were either broke away from her<br /> Anchors or kept under water by reason of the Currant, by<br /> which meanes the said Colquite lost three Anchors there,<br /> And saith that oftentimes in the said Roade ships are usually<br /> forced out to sea and slip their Anchors and Cables,<br /> with boyes fastnedthereunto, and mant times the boyes<br /> breake off or are kept under water, and by that meanes the<br /> Anchors and Cables are oftentimes lost. Which hee knoweth<br /> for the reasons aforesaid, and further cannot depose./. To the third hee saith, that the said Henry Colquite did once<br /> upon his returne into the said Road of the Canaryes after hee<br /> had bin soe Driven out as aforesaid, Make fast his said ship<br /> to a slip boy that belonged to one [?Osbornes] ship and rode by that and an Anchor, for some<br /> time, and then in regard the said Colquite could not loose<br /> the rope that was fastned to the slip Boy belonging to the Anchor<br /> of [?Osbornes] ship, hee Cut the same (being his owne) and<br /> left the said slip Boy and the said Anchor and Cable, and did noe<br /> Preiudice to the same, the Premisses hee deposeth being the man<br /> (thate deposeth being the man<br /> (that  +
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