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25th of July 1651.

ffor the widowe Page./

[?pauper ex ?notitia XXXX.]

John Hutton of horsey downe in the parish of Saint Olaves in the borough
of South Warke mariner aged 30 yeares or thereabouts, sworne before
the right Worshipfull William Clarke doctor of lawes one of the Judges
of the high Court of the Admiraltie saith and deposeth by vertue of
his oath.

That hee well kn[?e]we the shipp the Mary of London (whereof John Page
late of the parish of Redriffe was master) and saith that hee the said
Page in his life time was sole owner and proprietor of the said vessell, which
hee knoweth because hee this deponent was his apprentice when hee bought her,
and that hee the said Page bought her about tenn yeares since at dover of
Mr Charles Br[aXnes] then of dover for the summe of two hundred and
thirtie pounds sterling, which hee this deponent sawe him pay at dover
to him the said Br[ames] for the said vessell, and for the raising of the money
a part thereof hee the said Page was necessitated to p[XXXX] or [?ingage] a
house which hee had in the said towne of dover; And for and as owner of
her hee the said Page was commonly accompted at the time of his death
which happened about tenn yeares since, And further hee saith that as hee
hath bin credibly informed the said vessell bound hence for Ireland in the
Parliaments service was taken by Jersey men about five yeares [?since] and afterwards by
them sold to Saint Mallows in ffrance/

And hee hath bin lately informed that at the time of her setting out
hense for Ireland as aforesaid shee was named the hopewell

Repeated before doctor Exton.

[MARKE] Jo: hutton [MARKE, RH SIDE]


26. die July 1651.

On the behalfe of the keepers of}
the Libertie of England by Authoritie}
of Parliament concerneing the William}
of Leith}

[X?ow] p[?debt.]

Ellener Lumsdell the wife of Raph Lumsdell
of Newcastle Marriner,
sworne before the Right worshipfull John Exton doctor
of the Laws one of the Judges of the highe Court of [XXX]
Admiraltie deposeth as followeth that is to say. That the said
shipp or vessell called the William of Leith was taken as a prize by
the shipp the Henry, about foure monthes since, and brought upp to the
Port of London by the deponents husband, who shee saith was putt in her
there of att Scarborough by Mr Southwood of London (or his order)
Owner of the said shipp the Henry; And she further saith That the said shipp
the William was laden with herrings in Scotland and (when shee was taken as this
deponent was informed) was bound for some Port in Norway; But being as aforesaid
brought to London, shee saith and deposeth, That the said Southwood caused the said
herrings to bee apprized after the rate of five shillings ten pence a barrell,
and afterwards hee the said Southwood did (about two
monthes since, sell the said Herrings (taken as prize) unto one Mr [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] Young livinge
in Thamestreete att the rate fof ten shillings the barrell, giving in one barrell
to the [XXX]. ffor which shee saith her said husband hath not had any allowance for his
share and service in the premisses, Neither hath hee the said Southwood given any
Accompte of the said shipp and Goods into this Court as shee hath heard and
verely beleeveth.

Repeated before doctor Clarke./

Ell[?e]anor l[XX GUTTER]