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thence went upon the said voyage to Barfleur wherein shee was stayed as
aforesaid, and saith hee doth not know mr Roy.
To the third hee deposeth that upon and after the said barquet being soe
arrested on staid at Barfleur her sailes and muskets were by the king and
officers and such as they imployed taken from her and carried on shore,
and otherwise referreth himself to his foregoing deposition.
To the fourth hee saith hee knoweth the interrate mr Haysum, who (as hee
said) tooke paines to get the said vessell rested after such her restraint and
offered caution for her, but said hee could not cleare her, whereupon
after shee had bin about seven weekes staid the said master and this
deponent and the rest of the mariners came away, all save one man
who alsoe came away afterward. and otherwise hee rembereth not
being as aforesaid,
To the fifth hee saith in or about the beginning of december last
the said William Johnson was but over to get the said vessell
againe, and that shee was restored and by him and company (whereof
this deponent was still one) taken possession of and thence brought
into (the river of Thames being affected as aforesaid to bring
beanes hether which were laden by a ffrenchman whose name hee knoweth not,
and that the master is to pay this deponent his wages. and otherwise hee
cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
The mark of the said
[MARK] George Shepick [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid Interrogatories.
Charles Le Pine of London Merchant aged 25 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first interrogatorie invested on the behalfe of the said Ricqueborough and
company upon which about her is by direction of the producent examied hee
saith and deposeth that on the nineteenth of January last past
hee this deponent was present on the Exchange London in the Assurance office
when the producent Nathaniel Ricqueborough and not John Roy the assured
had some speech about the vessell the john and ffrancis interrate, and then and
there the said mr Ricqueborough is this deponents presence and hearing
told the said mr Roy that the said vessell was in the possession of William
Johnson the master at Barfleur, and that the said mr Roy might there
disposed of her, which hee refused saying hee would not meddle with her.
and further that yesterday on the exchange alsoe in this deponents presence and
hearing the said mr Ricqueborough told the said mr Roy that the said vessell
was here in the River of Thames and to his the said Royes use, who might
dispose of her but hee still denying to muddle with her, the
said mr Rickeborowe replied that shee had bin there about foure and
twenty houres, and that hee would take no further charge of her, but
offered to satisfie him for what averidge should be made to appeare
from the time of her arrest in france. and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories on the other part. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1.2.3 and 4 hee saith that hee doth not knowne the said vessell nor
ought of thereof of the contents of theise interrogatories, but knoweth mr Roy
and further cannot answer.
To the fifth hee saith that the said shipp hath brought from Barfleur (hether)
about 120 quarters of beanes, there laden by one mr Robuis imployed by mr
Coulliet of Roane this deponents correspondent and are consigned to this deponent
for the said Coulliets account, and this deponent is to pay with for the freight thereof
and otherwise hee cannot depose.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin:
Char Lepine [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
C 6/157/92 Short title: Lepine v Dubois. Plaintiffs: Charles Lepine, David Morrilian and Anne Morrilian his wife. Defendants: Mary Dubois widow. Subject: property in Wingham, and Preston, near Wingham, Kent. Document type: bill, answer. 1662
E 134/17Chas2/Mich9 David Morillion and his wife Anne. v. Edwd. Hurst, Chas. Lepine, John Lepine.: Money lent upon bond by Mary du Boys, of London, widow, to the plaintiff David, with the defendant Charles for security, &c., &c.: Kent 17 Chas 2 ( 30 January 1665 - 29 January 1666)
PROB 4/11164 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Lepin, Jeremy, of St. James in the Fields, Mdx., gent. 09 November 1693