HCA 13/65 f.45v Annotate
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whereof Thomas Willoughby was then master and then and there
sawe the said ship the Eagle. And further he cannot depose.
To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that the said ship the Eagle
was bound with her ladeing abord her from the said Iland of
Pr[?uices] to the Iland of Barbadas to which place shee was therewith
consigned And saith that accordingly and in order thereunto
the said ship the Eagle departed and left the Coast of Guiney
about the middle of the moneth of August 1650.
which hee knoweth to be true because hee was as aforesaid
at the said place with the Eagle when she departed from Ginney
for the Barbadas and was then abord the ffortun[?a] which was
in consortship with her and was then bound to the Barbadas
together with the said ship the Eagle and thereby cometh to knwe
the premisses to bee true as is predeposed . And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the third Interogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the
said ship the Eagle was well at such tyme as
shee departed from Ginney and being a better
sayler than the ffortun[?a] did runn to the windward
from her in her Course for the Barbadas at which place
this deponent thought to have fownd her when hee
Arrived there in the ffortuna[?a] Howbeit hee saith that
from the tyme that she soe Left the ffortuna[?a] in thire
way from Ginney towards the Barbadas the said ship the
Eagle was never heard of either by this deponent or
any other that hee knoweth of But as hee verily
beleeveth was and is lost at Sea But hee or in[XXXX] other
manner than as aforesaid hee saith hee knoweth not
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories on the behalfe of the
On the behalfe of James Oiles}
Richard Shute Peter Bulteele}
and others etctera}
To the first interrogatorie hee saith that hee came to
knowe the ship the Eagle in the parts of Ginney by his being
in those parts at that tyme that shee was there in the ship
the ffortun[?a] referringe himselfe to his foregoeing
deposition and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that whilest the
saoid ship the Eagle was in the parts of Ginney interrogated and
before this deponent sawe her at the Iland of P[XXXXes] the