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the said shipps Companie sold imbeazeled or made away-/

To the 10th hee saith, That the interrate Mr [XXX] (according as the said
Master hath declared to this deponent) did write to him to discharge the
interrate Thomas Attwood and this rendent and accordingly the said
Master denyed to lett them have Victualls any longer which was done
to this rendent upon or about the last of March last and not before
And further cannot depose:/

To the 11th negatively-/

To the 12th hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin

John vennitron (sic) [SIGNATURE ON RH SIDE]


The 2. day of May. 1656:-/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Nathaniel Marriott against William Bowtill and}
Thomas Jagoe. Smith}

Examined upon a Libell given and admitted on the
behalf of the said Marriott./

Rp. jus./

Thomas Marriott of Limehouse in the parish of Stepney
Mariner aged 59. yeares or thereabouts a Wittnes produced
sworne and examined saith as followeth videlicet/

To the first Article or position of the said Libell hee saith, that in the moneth of
May June July and August 1655. last past the arlate Nathaniel Marriott
was sole Owner and Proprietor of the shipp the Aprill shower arlate and of her
tackle apparrell and furniture, And for and as such the said Nathaniel Marriott
was generally accompted reputed and taken, Which hee knoweth, for that hee this deponent
being father to the said Nathaniel hath had and hath as hee beleeveth in his Custodie a
writeing under the hand of one of the Officers of the Commissoners for Prize goods in Ireland
importing the said Nathaniels payment for 1/4 part of the said shipp, by him bought of
them in Ireland and for that the said Nathaniel bought the 3/4. parts more of one
Samuel Barber here at London, this deponent being present at the buying thereof
And further cannot depose-/

To the second Article and Charterpartie annexed and now showed to this examinate hee
saith, that hee this deponent was present when the said Agreement of Charterpartie
was made between the arlate Bowtill and Jago, and the producent in this Cause
being the Charterpartie now showne unto this deponent and signed sealed and delivered
by the said Bowtill and Jago in the pressure of his deponent and the Wittnesses
whose names to the said Charterpartie were and are subscribed, And further
referring to the said schedule or Charterpartie, hee saith hee cannot depose
otherwise or more than that the Contents thereof were and are reall and true, and
soe hath and done at therein is conteyned./

To the third hee saith that upon and according to the said Contract of Charterpartie
the said Nathaniel Marriott did fitt furnish and prepare the said shipp the
Aprill shower with all necessarie Tackle apparell and furniture. Virtualls and
Mariners requisite for her intended voyage, and proceeded and went to Ireland from
whence shee returned to dartmouth the 22th day of August 1655. last past being
then fitted and accommodated to undertake her further voiage for Alicant or Civita
Vechia for the said imployers service according to Charierpartie, and immediately after such
her arrivall at dartmouth this deponent on the behalf of
the said Nathaniel Marriot repaired to the said Thomas Jagoe at dartmouth and
acquainted him with the said shipps arrivall and readines to take in the goods
of the said Jagoe and Bowtill according to the said Charterpartie. and the deponent
and Roger hall master of the said shipp did in the said moneth on the behalfe
aforesaid severall times presse and importune the said Jagoe to lade the goods of
him and his said partner Bowtill and to dispatch away the said shipp upon her