HCA 13/71 f.190r Annotate
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lost, whereof hee knoweth being acquainted with his buying
of her and knowing that to be the first voyage hee made with her after
his buying her, and often this deponent heard hear him say to be that hee
was the owner of her, and hee easily diserned that hee was soe
for that hee kept noe account as masters use to doe that saile under other
owners. And lastly hee saith the said shipp tackle and furniture at
the time of her said proceeding hence and of her losse was well worth
betweene three hundred and fiftie and foure hundred pounds sterling,
or neere thereabouts. which valew hee is able to estimate having
had navigation about twenty yeers last. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
saving the said Blackleech had in the said shipp and lost by her said seizure 20 chests of oranges and lemmons
and about 8 or 9000 loose lemmons
Repeated before doctor Godolphin/
Humphrey Burton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined here on the fore said Interrogatories
Ambrose Ellet of Wapping Sailor, aged 24 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined as aforesaid.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee well knew
and was Cooke of the shipp the Affrey interogated (wherof Robert
Blackleech was master) at such time as hee was last at this port of
London, whense hee saith hee was bound on a voyage for Porto in
Portugall and thence to returne to this port of London.
To the second hee saith that about six monethes since the said shipp
departed from this Port of London, and about six weekes after arived
at Porto in Portugall aforesaid, and thense staid about two monethes
in which space shee take in a carge of oranges and lemmons for this
port of London and then departed therewith for this port of London,
and that shortly after such her running one from Porto the weather
became fowle and tempestuous, and such fowle weather increasing and
continewing [?longe] and the wind contrary the said vesell was with her said lading forced into
Saint Georges channell as farr as king-roade, in which chanell shee
was by adverse windes and fowle weather forced to continue a monethes
space or thereabouts, and then the winde serving, the said master and
company with the very first oportunitie came and plied their course
with their said shipp for this port, and coming into Weymouth bay
the said shipp was met with, set upon shott at and by force taken
by a dunkirke man of warr, on Easter day last, and that the said
man of warrs company having plundred her sailes, rigging and
lading as much as they thought fitt, they set her on fire, and
made [?a ?vast] hole to sink her and soe the said shipp perished and shee and her tackle
and furniture were and and are utterly lost to the said Blackleech, who with
this deponent and all the rest of his company were taken into the said
man of warr and carried to dunkirke and there imprisoned, this precontest
humphrey Burton being one of the company soe taken in her. And
otherwise hee cannot depose; saving the master and company used all diligence to prevent the said seisure.
To the third hee saith the said Robert Blackleech was commonly reputed
sole owner of the said shipp tackle, apparell and furniture, and this
deponent hath often heard him assure that hee was soe and hee beleeveth
verily that hee was soe. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin/
The marke of A[?mbXi] f[?Elliat]. [MARKE, RH SIDE]